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We’re Recruiting for Roots of Empathy

Along with Healthy Child MB, we are once again recruiting First Nations schools Read More >

“The Journey from Our Mind to Our Heart”

Last week, MFNERC’s Early Childhood program hosted a First Nations Early Learning Conference, Read More >

Community-Led Direction

On June 17, MFNERC managers were on hand in Pinaymootang First Nation to offer valuable services and, more importantly, hear feedback Read More >

2014 Summer Institutes are Coming

Students and schools may be preparing for the end of the academic year, but here at MFNERC we’re gearing up for our Summer Institutes.  Read More >

Now Recruiting for the ROE Program

Along with Healthy Child Manitoba, MFNERC will once again be providing Roots of Empathy training. Apply before May 15, 2014. Read More >

Supporting Early Childhood Educators

“In many of our languages the words ‘child’ and ‘gift’ are the same,” (Monique Gray Smith). And at MFNERC we work to support the educators who are nurturing the gifts Read More >

Tikanaugan Teachings

One of the many regular workshops MFNERC presents is Moss Bag/Tikanaugan Teachings for early childhood educators. Read More >

Safe Snug Moss Babies Too

One of the areas MFNERC does a lot of work in is Early Childhood Education. And two of our programs are Roots of Empathy and Seeds of Empathy. Read More >

Safe Snug Moss Babies

Moss bags and cradleboards were once a vital part of child-rearing in aboriginal communities. It was a special item that was both useful and practical. Read More >

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    Phone: 204-594-1290 ext. 2243
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