The Métis Raconteur | métis [mey tee] n. a person of mixed ancestry; raconteur [rak-uhn-tur; Fr. ra-kwan-toer] n. one who tells stories and anecdotes with skill and wit; The Métis Raconteur n. a B.C. Métis woman telling stories and sharing her culture

métis [mey tee] n. a person of mixed ancestry; ra-kwan-toer] n. one who tells stories and anecdotes with skill and wit; The Métis Raconteur n. Métis woman telling stories and sharing her culture

Sashweaver Carol James, info and videos on how to finger weave.

Finger weaving tutorials by Carol James - I want to make my own voyageur sash

Metis Culture & Heritage Resource Centre

Metis Culture & Heritage Resource Centre

Learnmichif.com    This website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Metis Youth British Columbia. It was created with funding from the Canadian Culture On-Line Project, a division of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

Learnmichif.com This website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Metis Youth British Columbia. It was created with funding from the Canadian Culture On-Line Project, a division of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

Our Legacy - Metis Scrip. Images and history about scrip in Canada.

Our Legacy - Metis Scrip. Images and history about scrip in Canada.

Plainspeak on the Daniels Case, February 2013

Plainspeak on the Daniels Case, February 2013

APTN Investigates: Métis Rights - YouTube. Talks about Harry Daniels, Section 35 and recognition of Métis rights.

APTN Investigates: Métis Rights - YouTube. Talks about Harry Daniels, Section 35 and recognition of Métis rights.

Lisa Shepherd. Metis jigger, beader, artisan

Lisa Shepherd, Métis Artist designs and produces culturally inspired custom garments and provides workshops, presentations and teachings of cultural artwork and dance.

North Island Metis Nation website - information about Metis culture, history and more. Focused on BC, it has education links for scholarships, bursaries, and awards, as well as for post-secondary programs.

The North Island Métis Nation is a registered non-profit organization. We were founded in November 1996 to represent the interests of Métis people residing in the North Vancouver Island area.

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