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MNO Victim Services

MNO Victim Services is here to assist victims of any form of crime, tragic circumstance or violence. If you are in need please connect with them at 1-800-263-4889 ext. 7.

Join the Eglinton Park Indigenous Community Circle

The City of Toronto is seeing Indigenous community members to take part in a virtual Indigenous Community Circle on February 21st from 6pm-7:30pm with the purpose of discussing and gaining community insight on the proposed Indigenous placekeeping elements for Eglinton Park, located near Yonge and Eglinton.  For more information please contact kmaracle@theridgeroad.com or visit toronto.ca/EglintonParkImprovements

Building Skills for Change

The Institute for Change Leaders is offering Region 8 Métis citizens two full-day in-person sessions exploring the fundamentals of collective action. Session dates will take place at Toronto Metropolitan University on March 2nd & 3rd from 9am-5pm.  The goal of these two sessions is to explore ways for Métis citizens to engage in community, to strategize ways to increase involvement, and to bring more […]

TYRMC Letter Endorsing Increased Federal Funding

On January 22nd, 2024 The Toronto & York Region Métis Council sent a letter endorsing Mayor Chow’s request for additional federal funding to cover the rising costs of responding to the growing numbers of refugees arriving in Toronto.  Read the full letter below.

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Survey

Hello Great Lakes Community: In collaboration with the NOAA Great Lakes Marine Debris program, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant is gathering feedback on a proposed campaign to help prevent plastic pollution in the Great Lakes. This is a campaign to encourage the use of reusables, particularly reusable water bottles. It is intended to target Great Lakes recreationists […]

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: BradleyS@MetisNation.org Web: www.MetisNation.org

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MNOWC – Women Honouring Women Award 2024

Do you know an exceptional Métis woman in your community whose service and contributions deserve recognition? The MNOWC is seeking nominations for this year’s Women Honouring Women award! Winner will be announced at this year’s MNOWC Annual General Meeting in AUGUST. Deadline for submissions is JULY 5, 2024 11:59 PM EST. Scan the QR CODE […]

Consultant Equity 7 Diversity EDHR (Gender-Based and Intimate Partner Violence)

Job ID: 43147 Job Category: Human Resources Division & Section: People & Equity, Equity & Human Rights Work Location: CITY HALL, 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON Job Type & Duration: Full-time, Temporary, 12 monthS Salary: $93,500.00 – $119,274.00, TM1248, WG6.5 Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week  Affiliation: Non-Union Number of Positions Open: 1  Posting Period: 23-JAN-2024 to 06-FEB-2024 The primary function of […]

Education Assistant (Summer Camps and Outreach) – Various Locations

Posting Date: Jan 10, 2024 Location: Toronto, ON, CA Company: City of Toronto Important:  For this specific job, current active recreation workers must apply to this posting.  On-line Scheduling Forms will not be considered. Toronto History Museums enhance the understanding of Toronto’s diverse stories through engaging and exciting experiences, including inclusive seasonal programs that introduce children and/or youth to Toronto’s […]

Consultant Training & Development (Indigenous Affairs Office)

Are you committed to building understanding through truth-telling? Are you an experienced training and development professional? The City of Toronto’s Indigenous Affairs Office is seeking a Training and Development Consultant who will support learning solutions that will help staff in the Toronto Public Service advance the City’s Reconciliation Action Plan. The role involves assessing, designing and developing learning solutions, […]

TYRMC Toronto and York Region Metis Council – 2SLGBTQ+ Vacancy

Attention Toronto and York Region Métis Citizens, We want to inform you of an exciting opportunity to actively contribute to your Métis community by volunteering for the Toronto and York Region Métis Council. There is one position on the council that has recently become vacant, and we invite you to consider taking on this meaningful […]

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