Métis Nation BC
MNBC is the government of Métis in BC, representing nearly 98,000 self-identified Métis people and over 22,000 registered Métis Citizens.
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This day celebrates the radiance and diversity of Two-Spirit identities, expression and experience that have always existed across Turtle Island.
On March 8th, Métis Nation British Columbia celebrates and reflects the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of diverse women and girls for International Women’s Day (IWD).
MYBC meets with Murray Rankin at the MNGA
Building a better future for our children enriched in Métis culture and language. MNBC’s Ministry of Education hosted its first Métis Early Years Conference this weekend in Surrey. Thank you to the Honourable Grace Lore, Minister of State for Child Care, for joining us.
It was fabulous weekend for #ChildCareBC .
Great to connect with and learn from early childhood professionals at the inaugural Métis Nation BC Early Years Conference.
I am so glad to work alongside you to build child care that meets the unique needs of Métis families. Maarssii!
Today's meeting of President Smith, Minister Harriott and CEO Trudeau meeting with Parliamentary Secretary to Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Finance MP, Terry Beech 黃志峰.
TY Melanie Mark. We would like to acknowledge the important work we have done together to support Métis people across BC. Being the only Indigenous cabinet minister, Melanie Mark was a significant voice at the cabinet table, and a strong advocate for Indigenous culture.
Be a buddy, not a bully 💗
February 21st marks International Mother Language Day, which celebrates linguistic diversity and the importance of connection to mother languages.
#Métis #Indigenous #CulturalAwareness #Languages
Great meeting this morning with Carolyn Bennett, Canada's Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, and Dr. Kate Elliott, MNBC Minister of Mental Health and Harm Reduction and our Ministry team.
C'est un honneur de rencontrer le ministre Patrick Harriott de Métis Nation BC pour discuter des priorités en matière de langue et de culture métisses du point de vue de la Colombie-Britannique.