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Head Office Métis Nation of Ontario Suite 1100-66 Slater Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5H1 Ph 613-798-1488 Toll-free 1-800-263-4889 Fx Fx 613-722-4225 Northwest Métis Council is located in MNO Region 1

Organization: Métis Nation of Ontario - Northwest Métis Council - Northwest Métis Council - Métis Council  
Phone Numbers: 807-223-4535
Toll-Free: 1-800-263-4889
Fax: 807-223-4855
Email: nwmetis@drytel.net
Website: www.metisnation.org
Address:
34B King St
Dryden, ON
P8N 1B3
Intersection: King St and Earl Ave
Location: Beside Wilsons Business Solutions Store
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Ronald Robinson - Council President
807-223-8082
Public Contacts: Nancy Hatch - Administrative Assistant Coordinator
Service Description: Offers a wide range of community-based and culturally appropriate programs and services to Métis people

Located at King St near Earl Ave

  • Offers a wide range of community-based and culturally appropriate programs and services to Métis people
  • Participates in community development activities that promote cultural diversity and partnership development with other Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal agencies

  • Addresses the needs of Métis people by providing the following programs and services:
    • Education and Training Branch, Education Program
    • Education and Training Branch, Employment and Training Program
    • Healing and Wellness, Métis Family Wellbeing Program
    • Healing and Wellness, Métis Healthy Babies Healthy Children
    • Healing and Wellness, Community Action Program for Children (CAP-C)
    • Healing and Wellness, Community Support Services

    Council
    • Provides advocacy and deals with political issues for Northwest Métis Nation
    • Assists individuals and families with issues such as membership and genealogy

    Ontario Telemedicine Network
    • Provides video-conferencing suites on-site which use the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN)
    • Allows psychiatrists and other health care specialists to have a remote connection to patients and clients
    • Reduces the need to travel to receive care

    Fees: None
    Application: Intake assessment required for all programs
    Eligibility / Target Population: Métis individuals and their families
    Languages: English * Interpretive Services
    Area Served:
    District of Kenora  
    See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples
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    This information was last completely updated on March 15, 2018

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