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Métis Youth (Grades 10 to 12)

OTAWN: Virtual Métis Youth Cultural Camp

The OTAWN Virtual Métis Youth Cultural Camp will celebrate Métis history, traditional and contemporary way-of-life and culture. Programming will engage Métis youth in different workshops focusing on harvesting (on land and water), music, beading, finger-weaving and more. Access to technology and reliable internet is required to participate in the camp. The camp runs October 23 to 25. Application deadline is October 9, 2020. Apply Here

PCMNO Meeting / post-Meeting Town Hall

PCMNO to meet via videoconference

The Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) will be meeting via videoconference on October 3 & 4, 2020. This meeting of the PCMNO will include a swearing-in ceremony that will be posted to the MNO website.

Once again there will be a post-PCMNO Town Hall scheduled with Community Council leadership to provide updates and provide an opportunity to asks questions. Members of MNO Community Councils, Advisory Councils, and Captains of the Hunt are invited to join a Town Hall discussion being held on Wednesday, October 7 @ 7:00 PM EDT.  Note that this Town Hall will be held via the Zoom platform as means of introducing MNO leadership to some of the technology that will be in use at the upcoming Virtual Annual General Assembly in November. Details to follow.

If there are any specific questions that leadership would like to provide in advance feel free to pre-submit any questions, please email

A Citizen Town Hall will be scheduled prior to the AGA to provide updates and allows citizens to get comfortable with the platforms that will be utilized during the AGA.

Stay in touch with MNO!

Update your contact info with MNO Registry

If you feel you are missing communications from the MNO, you may need to update your contact information! MNO Registry is actively reaching out to citizens who don't have up-to-date addresses on file. In the next few weeks Citizens may get a phone call or email asking them to confirm information for their MNO Registry file. 

You can also contact MNO Registry to update your information, via email at, by calling 1-855-798-1006, or by filling out and submitting a Change of Address Form.

Métis Housing Stabilization Program

New MNO housing program

The MNO is pleased to announce the Métis Housing Stabilization Program for MNO citizens and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. To access the Program’s services or to learn more please contact the MNO's Métis Housing Stabilization team by email at or by phone at 1-800-236-4889 xt. 350.

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