Laura Marjorie Finn (nee Wells) is a Métis mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great grandmother. Family is central to her life and, at age 96, Laura still dedicates herself to ensuring family members are getting what they need day-to-day and long term.
Alicia Blore is an MNO citizen with historical ancestral ties to the Red River Settlement in Manitoba. She didn’t always know about her Métis ancestry growing up but still grew up with some of those key cultural traditions, like playing the fiddle.
Artwork by Community Members
“Toronto Pride 2022 was an incredible experience. After 2 long pandemic years, I was truly looking forward to celebrating this event in person. The Métis Nation of Ontario was invited to carry our flag alongside the 2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations and other Indigenous Nations who helped open and lead the parade. I met up […]
Beaded & Tufted Scissor Case Workshop – February/March 2022 Beaded Poppy Workshop – Feb 22
For the last meeting of our Spring Sharing Circle for Métis well-being with Tera Beaulieu and Associates of the Weaving Wellness Centre, we went for a Medicine Walk in Magwood Park! On June 13th, Ethan Dankert-Lannigan guided us through a trail in the park and shared their knowledge of the plants and animals that lived […]