Category Archives: First Nations Languages

Youth Language & Culture Camp

Our language program was proud to host a culture camp for youth, August 2-4, 2016.

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Rocky Cree Elders Gather at Paint Lake

On July 13 – 15 2015, MFNERC hosted a gathering for Rocky Cree Elders on the land at beautiful Paint Lake MB.

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Honouring Our Elders

Elders are integral to everything we are. They are our teachers, advisors, mediators and friends.

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Community-Led Direction

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

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Hot off the Press

MFNERC is excited to announce the publication of Ne Nanonawen, Cree Sayings and Phrases. Compiled by Stella Young, Cree Language Specialist.

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“Iye Ohdakapi: Their Stories”

We are very excited to announce the recent publication of Iye Ohdakapi: Their Stories, Manitoba Dakota Elders.

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Dene Youth Culture Camp

As summer continues, camping season is fully underway. At MFNERC, we organize and fund a unique kind of camping program.

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Dakota Youth Culture Camp

As summer begins, camping season gets underway full swing. At MFNERC, we organize and fund a unique kind of camping program.  

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Dreams of the Youth

Sponsored by the MFNERC language and culture department, various Youth Gatherings are held throughout the province during the school year.

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Ojibway Youth Gathering

“Success has to come from within. You have to create your own journey for yourself and your future children.” “I stayed in school even though all my friends were dropping out. I just decided I could do it.”

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