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Manitoba Métis Federation Sixties Scoop & Residential Schools Department

Dear Red River Métis Citizens,

We extend a warm welcome to you as you explore our dedicated website, crafted to support those impacted by the Sixties Scoop, Residential Schools, and Day Schools. Our mission is to provide comprehensive resources, updates, and connections tailored specifically to your needs and experiences.

What You Will Find Here:

  • Specific Information: Access detailed resources and information unique to the Sixties Scoop, Residential Schools, and Day Schools. We aim to offer clarity and support through curated content addressing each issue's distinct challenges and history.
  • Latest News: Stay informed with the most recent updates and developments related to our department's work, community events, and relevant news affecting our citizens.
  • Departmental Staff Profiles: Meet our dedicated team committed to assisting and advocating for you. Learn about their roles, backgrounds, and how they can support you.
  • Contact Information: Find all the necessary details to reach out to us. We are here to answer your questions, provide guidance, and listen to your concerns.
  • Event Announcements: Stay connected with our department through updates on upcoming events, gatherings, and initiatives designed to bring us together and foster healing.
  • Programs and Services: Explore a range of programs and services available to support your well-being, and personal development.

We are honored to serve and support the Red River Métis survivor community. Your resilience and stories are at the heart of our mission. Please do not hesitate to reach out for support, information, or connection.

With heartfelt respect and commitment,

The Sixties Scoop, Residential and Day Schools Department

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Based on the many words spoken by Sixties Scoop Survivors, the Department will create a safe environment where kinship relationships amongst Survivors, staff, and leadership are built and rooted in Métis culture, language, and ways of knowing. A safe environment includes a physical space that replicates a family home where all Survivors are always welcomed.

Our programs and services focus on repatriation, mental/emotional support, and cultural programming. The Department is there to help you and your families by providing access to support, information and resources. You are not alone!

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