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A free Community Support Session is happening for community members of Yellowknife (and surrounding communities) from May 25th – May 26th 2022. These sessions help
Great Opportunity. Fort Smith Métis Council & Northwest Territory Métis Nation are offering Safety Training in Fort Smith. Boat Safety – May 16-20, 2022Firearm Safety
On May 9, 2022, the NWT Metis Nation joined the three Northern Premiers and other Indigenous Leadership from across the north in issuing the first
On May 5, 2022, the NWT Metis Nation participated in the eighth annual NWT Anti-Poverty Roundtable with a focus on increasing safe and affordable housing,
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Bursary forms for the 2022 school year can be found here: https://nwtmetisnation.ca/programs-services/education-employment/
See ads below for more information. For more information on preventing the spread of avian influenza in wild birds, go to Canada.ca/Avian-flu
On April 12, 2022, the NWT Metis Nation Leadership & Métis Community Government Leadership held our annual Intergovernmental Meeting with the Government of the Northwest
Deadline to submit a Federal Indian Day School claim is JULY 13, 2022. See the attached for more information or navigate to https://indiandayschools.com/en/
Raffle time! Please view the ad below for more information. Raffle draw date is May 21st, 2022.
Northwest Territory Métis Nation would like to acknowledge the dedication and service of Louis Roy and all Metis, past and present, willing to serve in
Intergovernmental Meeting between Northwest Territory Métis Nation and Government of the Northwest Territories
Press Release on WBNP: Statement made during 41st Stage, World Heritage Committee:
The full report can be read below: The Ministerial Special Representative’s Report – Thomas Isaac, 2017
The Northwest Territory Métis Nation (NWTMN), the Federal Government of Canada (Canada), and the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) have been negotiating a land
For Immediate Release – April 14, 2016 The Supreme Court of Canada in a unanimous 9-0 ruling confirmed that although the Métis are considered Indians,