• In Our Blood

    An Oral History of the Georgian Bay Métis - a film years in the making

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  • Métis Culture

    Fiddling, Jigging, our Sash and Flag, The Michif Language and more!

    Moon River Métis Council is part of an amazing culture.

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  • Métis Resources

    Information and forms from The Métis Nation of Ontario.

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  • Working Together and Moving Forward

    The MRMC and MNO have been and are working hard to capitalize on the recent and heartening sense of awareness and respect for our voice – among governments and Canadians.

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  • Moon River Métis Council Education Bursary

    The Moon River Métis Council (MRMC) is proud to announce the offering of three $1000 dollar bursaries toward attending or entering an accredited post-secondary program in 2016.

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Welcome to Moon River Métis Council

On December 5, 2004, a meeting was held in MacTier, Ontario for Métis people in the Parry Sound / Muskoka area. It was at that meeting, with much enthusiasm and eagerness, that the Moon River Métis Council was born!!!

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"We must cherish our inheritance. We must preserve our nationality for the youth of our future. The story should be written down to pass on."
- Louis Riel

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MNO 2014 Framework Agreement

Métis Culture

Denied the recognition of their collective rights, the Métis became Canada's "forgotten people". Only in Alberta was any action taken to alleviate Métis distress through the establishment of Métis settlements in 1938.

Métis History

Well known for their tracking, guiding, and interpretive skills, Métis were often employed by the Northwest Mounted Police, just as they are often employed today by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Duty To Consult

This new duty requires governments to consult Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples and accommodate their interests whenever a Crown actor considers conduct that might adversely affect Aboriginal rights or interests.