Upcoming events: Indigenous storytelling offers us different ways to look at the world around us. Friday, September 30, Bus trip to Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory Visit our Events Page or contact The Métis Women's Circle for additional information. The History of the Métis Women's Circle includes research projects which deal with those social issues impacting Aboriginal women in particular... We also include information on our Elder Elize Hartley, who celebrated her 90th birthday in 2014, here...
The Métis Women's Circle welcomes women of all races and denominations through our three levels of membership... more information is available on our Membership page...
The Métis Market offers beautiful original work by Métis women from southern Ontario... including handcrafts such as stained glass, watercolour paintings and handworked graduation stoles plus writings such as essays, books and more...
The Métis Women's Circle is a dynamic group of women who share Aboriginal heritage and honour our traditional teachings. We work to build community among urban Aboriginal women and their families both locally and nationally.
Supreme Court rules on "Métis"
...the legal definition of Métis established by the Supreme Court in a 2003 ruling has been broadened to now include those that self-identify as Métis and have a historic connection to a Métis community.
| Métis Women's Circle launches flipbook for 'They Come From the Mountains'including audio Michif translations by Métis Elder Norman Fleury|