BC Metis Federation leadership and the North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Centre Society reach a new agreement to sign a statement of cooperation at an event in Clearwater last week. Front row (l-r) Cindy Wilgosh, executive director for North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Sherry Daniels, office manager for the BC Metis Federation. Back row (l-r) JJ Lavallee, BC Metis Federation, Sam Saul, chair for North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Joe Desjarlais, secretary for the BC Metis Federation and Joe Short, vice chair of the North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Society. Photo submitted

BC Métis Federation signs new agreement in Clearwater

  • Oct. 21, 2018 12:30 p.m.

Submitted

BC Métis Federation leadership and the North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Center Society (NTACCS) recently reached a new agreement to sign a statement of cooperation.

The agreement recognizes the role of each organization as NTACCS works to represent the need of Métis members in Clearwater and BC Métis Federation desires to make sure the voice of the Métis members from Clearwater is included in the governance and project delivery of the BC Métis Federation.

NTACCS has been providing cultural services in Clearwater for years and has a significant number of members supporting the culture and local needs of their Métis people.

“Thank you to the executive director Cindy Wilgosh and the board of NTACCS for agreeing to work together for the commitment and trust to work together; Cindy has provided strong Métis leadership and her commitment to cultural education and events in Clearwater,” said Keith Henry, president of the BC Métis Federation.

“I know we will continue to strengthen our relationships together and having NTACCS representative Cindy Wilgosh agree to continue her role on our provincial organization signals a realm trust and commitment—we have a lot to address including the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, which is a major local issue for their organization and through this agreement we will continue to advance this work.”

For more information about the BC Métis Federation go to www.bcmetis.com.

For more information about NTACCS go to www.aboriginalculture.ca/home

Just Posted

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

New Director of Instruction, Elementary Education and Learning Services for SD73

Vessy Mochikas will assume responsibilities on Jan. 1

Local Rotary Club busy at work

Rotary hosts Christmas Tree Light-up, donates stationary bikes to students

Snowfall warning continues for parts of B.C.’s Interior

First significant snowfall of the season prompts Environment Canada warning

CSS students receive financial boost

Charles and Jean Whittaker Memorial Bursary helps with post-secondary studies

VIDEO: Boys help rescue Cariboo bear cub

The cub, weighing just 24lbs, has been taken to wildlife sanctuary in Northwest B.C. for the winter

Campbell River mom’s iPhone containing priceless photos stolen from Victoria hospital parkade

The phone contained photos, heartbeat recordings of her late son

Miller nets winner as Canucks edge Sabres 6-5 in OT

Roussel, Leivo tally two apiece for Vancouver

‘Norovirus-like’ outbreak interrupts Bantam hockey showcase in Greater Victoria

Several athletes were sent home, quarantined on the ferry

$578: that’s how much your first distracted driving ticket will cost with recent premium hikes

Over 50 per cent of Canadians admitted to using phone while driving last year, according to study

Kelowna man attempts to steal bait bike from RCMP parking lot

38-year-old Brian Richard Harbison is facing several charges

‘Things haven’t changed enough:’ Ecole Polytechnique anniversary prompts reflection

Fourteen women were fatally shot by a gunman at the Montreal school on Dec. 6, 1989

Bear raids freezer, gorges on Island family’s Christmas baking

Hungry bruin virtually ignored meat and fish, focused, instead, on the sweets

B.C. pharmaceutical company’s stocks double in value after successful lupus drug trial

More than 40 per cent of patients using voclosporin saw improvements in kidney function

Most Read