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The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was formed in 1988 by the Chiefs in Manitoba to advocate on issues that commonly affect First Nations in Manitoba. AMC represents 62 of the 63 First Nations in Manitoba with a total of more than 151,000 First Nation citizens in the province.

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About Us

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was created in 1988 by First Nations in Manitoba to coordinate political action and technical work on common issues. It is a product of political and social developments that have been underway for decades.

Faced with the domination and assimilation policies of Canada’s Department of Indian Affairs, First Nations have long recognized their common interests and the strength to be found in solidarity.

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CELEBRATING FIRST NATION FOOD WISDOM

March is Nutrition Month, and as we celebrate, let’s acknowledge the deep-rooted wisdom of First Nations peoples when it comes to food and water. 🍎💧

For generations, First Nations have understood the profound connection between nourishment and well-being. Food and water aren’t just sustenance; they are cherished medicines and family members passed down through traditions and teachings.

In our dietetic practice, we recognize the importance of learning from the land and its bounty. Each plant, animal, and waterway holds invaluable lessons about nourishment and sustainability. There’s an intricate web of relationships at play, guiding us in our journey towards holistic health.

As we navigate this journey, we humbly acknowledge the shared knowledge of our relatives across Turtle Island. Their ancestral wisdom teaches us to honour the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit in our approach to nutrition.

This Nutrition Month, let’s celebrate the food wisdom of First Nations and commit to learning more about our Ancestral relationship with food and water.

Together, we can foster healthier communities and a more sustainable future. 🌱✨
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CELEBRATING FIRST NATION FOOD WISDOM 

March is Nutrition Month, and as we celebrate, lets acknowledge the deep-rooted wisdom of First Nations peoples when it comes to food and water. 🍎💧

For generations, First Nations have understood the profound connection between nourishment and well-being. Food and water arent just sustenance; they are cherished medicines and family members passed down through traditions and teachings.

In our dietetic practice, we recognize the importance of learning from the land and its bounty. Each plant, animal, and waterway holds invaluable lessons about nourishment and sustainability. Theres an intricate web of relationships at play, guiding us in our journey towards holistic health.

As we navigate this journey, we humbly acknowledge the shared knowledge of our relatives across Turtle Island. Their ancestral wisdom teaches us to honour the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit in our approach to nutrition.

This Nutrition Month, lets celebrate the food wisdom of First Nations and commit to learning more about our Ancestral relationship with food and water. 

Together, we can foster healthier communities and a more sustainable future. 🌱✨

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☺️👌🏼💯🔥✅✅🫶🏼 ❤️🇨🇦❤️🫖

YES!!!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!

This event is specifically designed for First Nations youth in Manitoba and promises three days of dynamic speakers, interactive breakout sessions, engaging workshops, and career fairs that are sure to leave you motivated and ready to take on the world!

Our conference is dedicated to providing young individuals from First Nations with valuable insights and tools to help them navigate their futures successfully. Whether you’re a high school student planning for college, a college student seeking career opportunities, or a young professional looking to enhance your skills, this conference is tailored to meet your needs.

This event is open to Manitoba First Nations youth ages 15-30, and if you are attending with a chaperone – the chaperone must be over 35.

Register to attend our AMC Youth Conference by using this link:

form.jotform.com/240021300950235

If you have any questions, contact Desiree Martin at dmartin@manitobachiefs.com
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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!

This event is specifically designed for First Nations youth in Manitoba and promises three days of dynamic speakers, interactive breakout sessions, engaging workshops, and career fairs that are sure to leave you motivated and ready to take on the world!

Our conference is dedicated to providing young individuals from First Nations with valuable insights and tools to help them navigate their futures successfully. Whether you’re a high school student planning for college, a college student seeking career opportunities, or a young professional looking to enhance your skills, this conference is tailored to meet your needs.

This event is open to Manitoba First Nations youth ages 15-30, and if you are attending with a chaperone - the chaperone must be over 35.

Register to attend our AMC Youth Conference by using this link:

https://form.jotform.com/240021300950235

If you have any questions, contact Desiree Martin at dmartin@manitobachiefs.com

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Kali, lets go

Issiah Lakota River

Constance Roulette

Kobe Jonsson

Jaylene Oniske

is the conference be held at The convention center?

Open to anyone?

Boozhoo, there was an issue with the form but it is fixed now!! Miigwetch

What is the age group for attendance, could a parent and 10 yr old register?

The form needs to be looked at. Even though, I'm only registering two people it is requiring me to select every cell under every section for hoodie size. Also, for inputting First Nation name its saying "enter a valid email address", when its only asking for the name of the First Nation.

There is a lot of errors coming up even though we pick selected from 1-16 still has errors

having issues also, saying 4 errors, and can not fill in every cell and asks for email address under first nation.

hi! wanted to reach out and let you know the bug for inputting first nation name is still on there:) Desiree Lena

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📣 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY – DEADLINE TOMORROW (MARCH 1) 📣

The MB First Nations Wellness Advisory Committee (MFNWAC) is searching for 2 youth representatives.

If you’re a First Nations youth aged 18 – 29, we invite you to submit a letter of interest to aroulette@dohs.ca.

For additional details, feel free to reach out to Allison Roulette at 431-373-8263.

Refer to the poster below for further information:
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📣 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY - DEADLINE TOMORROW (MARCH 1) 📣

The MB First Nations Wellness Advisory Committee (MFNWAC) is searching for 2 youth representatives.

If youre a First Nations youth aged 18 - 29, we invite you to submit a letter of interest to aroulette@dohs.ca.

For additional details, feel free to reach out to Allison Roulette at 431-373-8263.

Refer to the poster below for further information:
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We represent and advocate for 62 First Nations across Manitoba.

Click on the map for a detailed view showing the details of our member nations!

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