Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba
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Welcome to the official website of the Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba!
Founded on July 17, 1887, the Union nationale métisse is the oldest Métis organization in Canada.
What's new with the Métis?
Offre d'emploi - Direction administrative
L'Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba est à la recherche d'une direction administrative.
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Brief submitted to the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages
The Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba submitted a Brief to the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages. This document is the result of several years of reflection and discussion. Please consult this Memorandum to better understand all that the Union does for the benefit of the French-speaking Métis in Manitoba.
National Indigenous People's Day
In honour of National Indigenous People’s Day, this orange square represents our support for past and present survivors of residential schools. You will find below a list of publications on this topic. We invite you to explore these resources to learn about aspects of our history that were not always taught in school. Our purpose is to promote awareness and reconciliation within our province and across the country.