“We pause today to honour the men and women who, 76 years ago, became the first Canadian Army unit to engage in combat in the Second World War. In October, … Read More
The Métis National Council’s Minister Responsible for Veterans issued the following statement today on the 77th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy: “Today, on the 77th anniversary of … Read More
Winnipeg, MB in the Homeland of the Métis Nation – The Métis Nation proudly recognizes the service and sacrifices of Thomas Charles Johnston, a Métis Veteran of World War II. … Read More
In this video, Project Officer for the Métis Veterans Legacy Program Nicholas Mcphee provides a walk-through of the application process.
Statement David Chartrand, Minister of Veteran Affairs of the Métis National Council, issued the following statement on the launch of the Métis Veterans Legacy Commemoration Program: With great pride and … Read More
February 22, 2021, Winnipeg, MB: Today, David Chartrand, National Spokesperson and Minister of Veterans Affairs, Métis National Council (MNC), and President, Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF), is proud to announce the … Read More