Manitoba First Nations School System (MFNSS), begun in 2017, has been empowered to engage in Indigenous led education within the province. Established by the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre (MFNERC), MFNSS is a First Nations-designed and led school system. For more information, visit: https://www.mfnss.com/About/Pages/default.aspx#/=.
Cheyenne Chartrand, Spiritual Care Provider at Neecheewam Inc., explains Neecheewam's approach to education.
Neecheewam's White Butterfly Program works with young people to improve their lives.
Manitobah Mukluks' Storyboot School teaches traditional arts while cultivating entrepreneurial spirit.
Elder Audrey Bone's perspective on healing, education, and reconciliation.
Urban Circle uses multigenerational holistic education in efforts of reconciliation and healing.
Ka Ni Kanichick strives to embed social justice in educational processes.
Neecheewam Inc. strives to cultivate life skills through the development of relationships and culturally appropriate teachings.
IBEP strives to create a place where Indigenous business students can thrive. Through their efforts, Indigenous students are ensured space within Asper School of Business, and their student association helps develop leadership qualities within those students. http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/management/programs/undergraduate/ibep/index.html
With a variety of programs support for the Inuit community comes from the Manitoba Inuit Association.
Indigenous Languages of Manitoba is focused on retaining and revitalizing Indigenous Languages within the province. They operate within their community, offering various services from translation to language education. For more information, visit their website: https://www.ilmb.org/.
Dawn Wood describes Indigenous Inclusion Directorate - Community School Program funding and their objectives in the province of Manitoba.