In partnership with Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School, MFNERC created a grade nine course in Cultural Awareness through Outdoor Education. Read More…
There are a number of Aboriginal/First Nations cultural centres situated throughout the province, as well as the Manitoba Provincial Archives and Manitoba’s universities, Read More…
April 15, 2010
Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate (WVC) is offering Manitoba First Nations high school students an exciting opportunity to participate in a unique pilot program that will give you access to science and math courses that may not be available in your locally.
August 5, 2011
Fisher River Cree Nation welcomed and united members of the Cree Nation from all across Canada and the United States when they hosted the National Cree Gathering August 5- 7, 2011. Read More…
March 7, 2012
Our 8th Annual Conference… Read More…
The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. (MFNERC) provides the province’s leading education, administration, technology, language and culture services to First Nations schools in Manitoba.
A short, informative video that highlights some of our goals and directives, which is to help First Nations improve education for all learners to achieve: mino-pimatisiwin (Cree/Ojibway/Oji-Cree), honso aynai (Dene), tokatakiya wichoni washte (Dakota), a better life.
A campaign that discusses why students are dropping out of school and how this impacts communities. Video and print resources, with more to come.
Many of the resources compiled and created by the Resource Centre are now available to you online. This search engine will allow you to click on the categories that apply to what you are interested in finding. GO >
Our video library is a growing collection showcasing the latest news, conferences and events happening at MFNERC. GO >
Please use this interactive map to explore the communities and schools MFNERC is dedicated to serving in Manitoba. You can discover traditional names and meanings, Treaty boundaries, language and cultural regions and school information. GO>