Métis Culture

Anything to do with Métis Culture including traditional crafts, art and music. I'm always excited about new ways to incorporate our culture into our modern day lives. I've got separate boards for Métis beading & embroidery, clothing and history/heritage.
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Learn Michif Website - this website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Metis Youth British Columbia.

Learn Michif Website - this website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Metis Youth British Columbia.

Janet Woppumnaweskum, Métis woman; Rupert's House, ca 1869.  Bernard Rogan Ross Black & White Print Archives of Ontario

Métis women in dress; fashioned after European design The Métis were descended from French or Scottish fur traders and First Nations women, and lived in Canada's prairies.

Mini Métis Sash Weaving  Photo 1:  Finger Weaving  Photo 2:  Weaving on Cardboard (for best results use a loom)  Photo 3:  Finger Weaving Sash completed; Loom Sash almost done!

Mini Métis Sash Weaving Photo Finger Weaving Photo Weaving on Cardboard (for best results use a loom) Photo Finger Weaving Sash completed; Loom Sash almost done!

Bannock Awareness for Aboriginal Day - Many Recipes

Bannock Bread Ingredients: 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 T baking powder 1 t salt 1 cups water 1 cup blueberries Directions: Mix dry ingredients , add water quickly & continue to stir. Add blueberries and mix into batter. Spread batter on pie

Check out my new BLOG!  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; #metis, #heritage

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

The Métis Culture by Holy Angels School Grade 3/4 Students; book is inspired by a presentation by Scott Carpenter to students from the North Superior Catholic District School Board.

The Métis Culture by Holy Angels School Grade Students; book is inspired by a presentation by Scott Carpenter to students from the North Superior Catholic District School Board.

Métos Hand-Woven Scarf or Belt from Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Métos Hand-Woven Scarf or Belt from Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Smoking Lily; pick up a Louis Riel graphic T-shirt or dish towel; check out their print archive.  Their products are available all across Canada.

pick up a Louis Riel graphic T-shirt or dish towel; check out their print archive.

Birch Bark Biting

Birch Bark Biting

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