The Metis are a nation. They are a distinct people with a rich and important language, culture and history.
There is no greater priority for the Federation than to ensure the preservation of our heritage and a prideful transmission to younger generations.
The Federation is proud and active in educating all Manitobans and promoting pride in our Metis heritage, respect for our existence as a distinct people and resistance to the cultural assimilation of our members for the past 41 years.
Here is just a small taste of our rich and fundamental culture.
Celebrate. Share. Preserve.
Last Updated (Friday, 24 September 2010 15:23)
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