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Tools for Resource Teachers

One way that MFNERC continues to provide support to First Nations-run schools is through regular resource teacher meetings.

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Apply for the 2017 LTF Trade Show

Applications are now being accepted for our Annual Lighting the Fire Trade Show.

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Our Tomorrows, Today Premiere

Thank you to everyone who attended the premiere screening of Our Tomorrows, Today: Wahbung 1971.

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Improve Your Child’s Literacy Skills

Are you a parent or guardian with children in a First Nations

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Canadian Fatherhood Survey

Dad Central Canada has commissioned a Canadian Fatherhood Survey.  We are looking for dads and men raising children from across the country to give us their thoughts about fatherhood in Canada.  Follow this link to the survey:    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/cdnfatherhoodsurvey2017

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Preserving and Recycling the Gifts of the Earth

Leevan Harper of St. Theresa Point, and Matthew Monias and Waylon Harper of Garden Hill

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Helping Children Achieve the Good Life: MFNERC’s Early Learning Conference 2017

The First Nations Early Learning Conference,

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Register for the Land-based Youth Gathering

Sagkeeng Anicinabe First Nation will be hosting the 7th Annual Youth Gathering for Traditional Land-based Teachings March 1-3.    

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Next Education Directors’ Meeting

Mark your calendars for the next meeting in Winnipeg.

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Join our Community Histories Project

Are you a local First Nations community historian? Do you know someone in your community who has extensive historical knowledge?

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