Toronto and York Region Métis Community


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MNO Restorative Justice (RJ) program

For more information, please contact: Bradley Scarr (He/Him) Restorative Justice Coordinator  Community Wellbeing Branch/ Succursale Bien-etre Communautaire Suite 305 – Plaza 2 – 350 Rutherford Road South Brampton, L6W 3R6 Metis Nation of Ontario C: 1-613-402-5601 Email: Web:

TYRMC nominated for the Toronto Community Champion Award

On March 20th 2023, the Toronto & York Region Métis Council accepted the Toronto Community Champion Award for supporting the Indigenous community by doing vaccine outreach, providing financial and food support, distributing school supplies, and distributing PPE throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Senator Suzanne Brunelle opened up the event in a good way with a […]

MNO Self-government Recognition and Implementation Agreement

Canada and the MNO signed a Métis Government Recognition and Self-Government Implementation Agreement on February 23, 2023. Upon signing this Agreement, Canada officially recognized that MNO is the Indigenous government representing its citizens and Métis communities within Ontario. The MNO has been highlighting excerpts from the Agreement. Find out more and read the full Agreement […]

Every Child Matters Poem

The child was like a wild flowerThey crushed her in a millCalled Residential School.They didn’t know,When they crushed her so,Her essence was a jewel. The child was like a robinStolen from the nestStolen from under a mother’s wing.They didn’t know,When they stole his soulThat one day he would sing. The child was like a seed,They […]

Toronto Mayor John Tory apologizes to Métis people for city’s role in 1885 Northwest Resistance

Apology for historic injustices against Métis People issued by Toronto Mayor John Tory: Tansi, The City of Toronto is committed to advancing truth, justice and reconciliation with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. Canada has learned from the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women […]

Our website is live!

We’re thrilled to launch our new website. Huge thanks to all of our TYRMC citizens who have contributed content for our site and the many of you who participated in our site consultations to contribute ideas on what you’d like to see in this space. We hope you’ll take a little time to tour the […]

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