The NWT Métis Nation Healing & Wellness Program will be hosting a Game Night every Monday night starting at 6:00pm unless otherwise posted. Game Nights will take place at Mabel’s – 183 McDougal Road in Fort Smith. Snacks and refreshments will be available, all ages are welcome, no registration is required! If you have any […]
The NWT Métis Nation Healing & Wellness Program will be hosting an Indigenous Men’s Support Group Circle on Wednesday, February 28th, starting at 6:30pm. This support group circle will take place at the Aurora College Thebacha Campus Culture Room, 50 Conibear Crescent, Fort Smith, NT. This event is open to the public, anyone is welcome […]
The RNBW is a project being done by the NWT Métis Nation regarding the Residential Schools of Breynat Hall (Fort Smith), St. Peter’s & All Saints (Hay River) and St. Joseph’s (Fort Resolution). The RNBW Team is now taking names of Métis Residential School Survivors, to make arrangements to sit with them and record their […]
The Northwest Territory Métis Nation will be hosting a Culture Camp at the Thebacha Elder’s Village in Fort Smith, from March 16th to 24th, 2024. Offering a wide variety of events such as a Wellbriety Workshop from the 18th to the 22nd, métis sash making, lil copper pot necklace, earrings, and brooch making, guitar lessons, […]
The NWTMN Healing & Wellness Program is offering the following events at our offices in Hay River, located at Unit #103 in the Wright Center – 62 Woodland Drive. Join us for Paint & Chats, Grief Support, and Puzzles & Tea. All events take place from 1:00 – 4:30pm. Supplies will be provided for painting, […]
In an effort to find and honour lost children who did not make it home, the Northwest Territory Métis Nation – Resting Near Big Waters Team (NWTMN RNBW Team, or the Team) began engaging the Northwest Territory Metis communities in the fall of 2023. The NWTMN-RNBW Team is now taking names of Métis Residential School […]
Attached is a gallery of photographs from the Hay River Government Council’s Traditional Knowledge with Youth – Big Island trip.
Attached is a gallery of photographs from the Hay River Government Council’s Traditional Harvesting for Elders.
Attached below are photos and study results from the Moraine Bay Multi-Species Study on the Great Slave Lake.
Below is the PowerPoint presentation that the NWTMN AAROM presented at the 2023 Annual General Assembly containing the following; Overall objectives, Planning for the future, What has been done, Equipment purchases, Upcoming projects, etc.