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beaded chickadee 1h
Replying to @beadedchickadee
Those red ones are white hearts, size 8ish. They just glow in the sunshine!
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Riverview School 4h
Grade 1/2S learning about traditional Metis values using The Giving Tree by Leah Dorion!
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Pape Salter Teillet Feb 17
Today is ! We encourage everyone to learn more about him and history (including by reading book, The Northwest Is Our Mother: the story of Louis Riels People, the Metis Nation)
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Yvonne Poitras Pratt 7h
Some of the amazing resources emerging from the education staff @rupertslandorg/teaching-learning - kudos to and other educators -
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beaded chickadee 1h
Replying to @beadedchickadee
Removing the paper. Once it’s gone I will do the fill in.
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MetisCaron 8h
The look of exhausted happiness. Reclaiming family traditions that Canada took away from my family. Filling the hole in my soul.
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MB Metis Federation 7h
Le Metis is MMF's biweekly newsletter, keeping you up-to-date on the latest news, events, and employment opportunities. Our new issue is now available online: Not subscribed? Click "Stay Connected" on our home page to join:
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beaded chickadee 1h
Replying to @beadedchickadee
I beaded & didn’t take any pics during this process (this side anyway.) I started with the small (size 15) outline of the centre, filled it with size 8 assorted yellows, then did the rest of the outlining.
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@toddireland Feb 17
Happy Louis Riel Day! The least I could do was enjoy a hearty bowl of Red River Cereal in his honour. Wait? You don’t know who he is? Google that shit, pronto!
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Will Goodon ∞ Feb 17
Several years ago, then Premier of Manitoba Greg Selinger followed the lead of school kids across the province and named a new holiday in Manitoba after Manitoba’s first leader, and arguably first Premier, Louis Riel. 1/3
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Métis Nation Ontario Feb 15
Do you know a student in grade 10, 11 or 12 who would benefit from learning about all the opportunities in postsecondary education? MNO's 2020 March Break Camp is here!
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Will Goodon ∞ Feb 18
Another excellent article by the Brandon Sun and again I’m bringing it to you in a picture format. “MMF projects receive federal funding” talking about our Innovative Housing projects.
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Rahul Vaidyanath 7h
mine a check on Canada's global energy strategy (as discussed by ) and its cooperation with
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Métis Nation Ontario Feb 18
On March 9-10, 2020, the MNO is hosting a National Conference on Self-Government in the National Capital Region. For more information: SelfGovtConference@metisnation.org
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McMurray Métis Feb 18
Job Posting - McMurray Metis requires a Communications Manager to be responsible for the development and implementation of the Metis Local 1935's internal and external communication strategies. More information in the attachment.
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Nancy Marguerite Anderson 2h
2/2 "MET A LARGE War party of Blackfoot, amounting to about 500 men. We had to put ashore for them twice, and Mr. Harriott made them some presents of tobacco. This is one of the largest parties here for many years."
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#EndViolenceWithRespect Feb 17
A proud member of & author of Song of Batoche, Maia's book also made it to CBC’s Historical Novels to Read and was chosen by Raven Reads as their spring 2018 Read for Reconciliation. She is .
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Blue Buddha ブルー仏レディー Feb 17
RT Nov 2, 2016 "Today I made the sad decision 2 request my membership b removed from the Nation of Ontario" Artwork by *@watching_crows
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Will Goodon ∞ Feb 17
Replying to @MBMetis_MMF
Today, all Manitobans celebrate this winter holiday. And in communities across the province, more and more events honour this leader who fought and died for his Métis Nation. 2/3
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Métis Nation Alberta 4h
Tânsi ! Join us on Mar 2 - we want you to help us better understand Albertans perspectives, experiences, successes & gaps with Children’s Services. See poster for engagement session info! Contact Christine to register: 780-455-2200 Ext. 249 or cdyck@metis.org
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