The Métis Nation of Ontario & the MNO Credit River Métis Council cordially invite you and your family to:
The Annual Louis Riel Day Gathering
1:30 – 6:00 pm, Sunday, November 17, 2013
CAW Local 1285 Union Office
23 Regan Road, Brampton, Ontario
RSVP by November 10 to Councillor Joyce Tolles at either: 905-796-3772 or email@example.com
Métis scientific researcher 1 of 3 in Canada to receive prestigious award
Submitted by: Richard Cuddy, MNO Credit River Métis Council President and Dr. Melissa Perreault:
Métis Beading Circle
The Credit River Métis Council opens it’s office once a month for an evening of beading.Everyone is welcome. Please join us for a social fun night out.Space is limited so if you are interested or if you have any questions, please contact:
Councillor Darlene Lent (firstname.lastname@example.org).Our next evening is Wednesday, November 20, 2013. Time 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m
Drop in or stay for the entire evening
Credit River Métis Council Office,10A Bram Ct., Unit 4,Brampton, Ontario
Marcee, Chi-Miigwech, Regards, Richard Cuddy. President,
Valuable Métis Families Insight Required – Free Dinner Gathering
Good Evening Citizens,
The Credit River Métis Council in conjunction with COPA (Centre Ontarien de Prévention des Agressions) invite you to attend one of three Capsule Family Dinner and Gathering.
COPA is Ontario’s non-profit provincial assault prevention education training agency.
What is the Capsule Families Project? It is an original multimedia educational resource being created for families by COPA, for child and youth assault prevention.
Use the following link for more information:
The Métis Nation of Ontario Credit River Métis Community is being offered the unique opportunity to have their valuable input included in the development of new resource material being put together by COPA.
The Gatherings will consist of a free dinner; an opportunity to view COPA’s material and discussions. The Gatherings will only be about 2 hours (6:00 to 8:00 pm) and everyone that attends will receive a free gift of appreciation! Child care will also be available.
The Gatherings are designed for parents and caregivers with school age children but anyone interested is welcome to attend. We are also looking for the important input from some of our respected Métis Elders. Come and share your expertise and guidance.
The Credit River Area is large which can make it difficult to attend events like this, especially with small children. COPA has agreed to hold three separate Gatherings, spread throughout our area. You can attend the Gathering closest to you or choose the one that fits your schedule the best.
1. Tuesday, November 26, 2013in Brampton/Caledon/Georgetown
Council office at 10A Bram Ct, Unit 4(410 & Steeles Ave)
RSVP by Nov. 19th to email@example.com
2. Thursday, November 28, 2013in Oakville/Mississauga
Country Inn and Suites, 2930 South Sheridan Way (QEW & Winston Churchill)
RSVP by Nov. 21st to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Tuesday, December 3, 2013 in Orangeville and Area
Orangeville Public Library Meeting Room, Lower Level at 1 Mill Street
RSVP by Nov. 26th to email@example.com
The opinions of Métis people can bring valuable insight to this project. Please support COPA and the Credit River Métis Council at one or all of these events to make these important resources the best they can be.
RSVP to Richard Cuddy, President of the Credit River Métis Council at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be attending all events and hope to see you there!
Marcee, Chi-Miigwech, Regards,
Credit River Métis Council
The Métis Nation of Ontario
Voting Member, Region 8 Lands and Resources Consultation Committee
The Métis Nation of Ontario in conjunction with Niagara Region Wind Corporation and Union Gas is hosting the Metis Nation of Ontario – Employment and Contracting CommunityGathering on October 29th, 2013 at the Holiday Inn and Suites Parkway Convention Centrein St. Catherine’s. The gathering will begin at 4:00pm.
The Niagara Region Wind Corp, and representatives from Enercon, TSP Towers Canadaand PCL along with Union Gas and representatives from AECON Utilities and Link-Line willhave displays and will be making presentations at 4:00pm and again at 6:30pm regardingupcoming employment and contracting opportunities. In addition, the Métis Nation ofOntario – Education and Training branch with a number of colleges and universities will havebooths to compliment this gathering.
There is no cost to attend this gathering. Food and Refreshments will be available.
October 29, 2013 at 4:00pm-8:00pmHoliday Inn and Suites Parkway Convention Centre
327 Ontario St., St. Catherine’s.Remember to bring your resume! Representatives will be available to determine if your skills match the jobs.
Remember to bring your Business Profile! Representatives will be available to determine if your company matches their contracts
For additional information please contact:James Wagar Manager of Natural Resources, Lands Resources and Consultation, Métis Nation of Ontario Telephone: 416-977-9881 toll free: 888-466-6684e-mail: email@example.com
Regional Employment & Training Coordinator, Métis Nation of Ontario
Attention!! Metis Youth in the Credit River Area. For more information please click on: Vacancy on Council, Youth Rep. Position
The Métis Nation of Ontario’s Canoes take a trip on the Credit River.
On Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16, 2013, both the Métis Nation of Ontario’s canoes were featured during the Mississauga Waterfront Festival taking trips along the shore of the Credit River right through the festival. The canoes made several trips on both afternoons, proudly displaying the Métis flag.
The local Métis community was also represented by Métis Fiddler, Ms. Amie Nault and a troop from the Métis Nation of Ontario’s Youth Programme.
Among the paddlers were Credit River Métis Council President, Richard Cuddy; Vice President, Bill Morrison; Councillor Jean-Marc Maheu; Councillors family members; MNO Manager of Community Relations, Hank Rowlison; MNO Vice Chair, Sharon McBride; citizens and friends of Council.
Thanks to Councillor David Neville for organizing the event with the assistance of Councillors Maheu and Morrison.
May 30, 3013, the Credit River Métis Council and the Métis Nation of Ontario
Assist the Peel District School Board With Métis Specific Training, for moreinformation click on link: Native Studies Plan Métis focused Session ARTICLE PHOTOS
Richard Cuddy signs New Oath of Office on April 14 2013
Credit River Council at AGM held on April 14 2013
Credit River President Richard Cuddy speaking at the Region of Peel Diversity and Inclusion Charter Launch Date taken: 18/04/2013
Annoucement by The Métis Nation of Ontario Veterans Council (MNOVC) see our News page.