Welcome to the Credit River Métis Community
The MNO Credit River Métis Council represents Métis citizens in the areas of Halton and Peel. We are a not for profit council of volunteers, who support citizens, plan events, and host council meetings for our catchment.
Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Citizens will be part of the first phase rollout of vaccines.
The nation-wide COVID-19 vaccine roll-out has begun!
Canada has secured over 400 million vaccine doses from Pfizer and Moderna; however there have been some delays in Canada receiving those vaccines from suppliers. In the meantime, provincial health care institutions are ramping up the process of administering the vaccine they have to health care workers, essential care givers and residents of long term care homes who were identified as a priority group as part of the first phase vaccine rollout.
In Ontario, Métis, Inuit and First Nations are part of the first phase rollout of vaccines in the province. The MNO is working closely with Ontario on the details of the vaccine rollout to MNO citizens. As information about the vaccine rollout becomes available, the MNO will provide updates to our Citizens.
Please note: If you or a member of your council has been approached by a public health unit or other agency offering to administer the vaccine for MNO citizens, please contact Shelley Gonneville (ShelleyG@metisnation.org).
As you can appreciate, the status of COVID-19 vaccine availability has been fluctuating from day to day. We will inform MNO citizens where and when they can get vaccinated as soon as those details become available.
If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, or its rollout to Métis citizens, please submit them to ShelleyG@metisnation.org and we will be provide for answers to your questions. Watch for further information updates on MNO’s Facebook, in website posts and through Zoom town halls!
If you have COVID-19 related concerns, need help accessing supports, or have questions regarding the Métis Nation of Ontario's response to the pandemic please contact us by phone at 1-800-263-4889 or by email at email@example.com
MNO Citizens can now apply to have full child care costs covered by MNO Child Care Subsidy Pilot Program.
Services eligible for subsidy include licensed child care centres and licensed home-based child care. Unlicensed child care will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Online applications are now open https://bit.ly/2K4WxkO
Métis families with children up to 18 years of age may be eligible to have extracurricular activity fees and/or equipment costs reimbursed by the MNO as part of our Enhanced Extra-Curricular Reimbursement Program. Parents must pay all fees upfront and provide proof of purchase for reimbursement. Online applications are now open https://bit.ly/38zP8Uf
Attention all Métis families! The MNO is seeking input from Métis parents and caregivers on early learning and childcare needs in Ontario. Participate in the upcoming regional Community Engagement Sessions and share your opinions. For more information see bit.ly/3bcfnld
The MNO Home Improvement Pilot Program (MNO-HIP)
Offers low-to-moderate income home owners a one-time forgivable loan to complete necessary repairs to their home to extend its useful life and/or improve accessibility for persons with disabilities (to a maximum of $25,000). Applicants must be an MNO Citizen to qualify for this Program. bit.ly/39biUNQ
For additional information on this program and MNO housing services please contact the MNO’s Housing Team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (705) 722-5022 xt. 302
Need a new face mask
MNO branded face masks are now available through the MNO Swag Shop! Masks come in packs of 4 and are reusable and washable! Get yours today! To purchase click here: https://bit.ly/39ovnQe
The Following list of services available from Healh & Wellness
Metis Housing Stabilization Program
Home Improvement Pilot Program
Infinity Property Services
Mental Health & Addiction Services
Gaming & Gambling Awareness Program
Community Wellness Worker Program
Community Support Services Program
Metis Family Wellbeing Program
Metis Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program
Canada Pre-Natal Nutrition Program
Community Action Program for Children
Aging at Home Program
Anti-Human Trafficking Program
Diabetes Awareness Strategy
Health Research Initiatives & Projects
The Métis Voyageur Development Fund
January 11th Additional Services to be announced.
CURRENT EVENTS & WEBINARS
Make mental wellness a priority this year with MNO’s new series of workshops
designed for older adults. Co-hosted with Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH), this online series will be held on Thursdays and Fridays (Noon to 1PM) beginning January 14, 2021. Participants will learn about the broad range of mental health and addictions-related issues that seniors can face. The workshops are also ideal for those caring for seniors or older adults.
To register please contact email@example.com AND indicate “Seniors” in the subject line.
Spaces are limited, sign up today! bit.ly/38ZrMq3
Finding Unity Through Negotiation
February 13, 27 and 28, 2021
MNO in partnership with the Gordon Foundation invite all Métis youth between the ages of 16 - 29 to participate in a Negotiation Simulation in February 2021. Teams will negotiate with their peers on various aspects of an inter-governmental relations agreement.
For more details and questions email JordynP@metisnation.org.
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Mental Health and Addictions Services
is proud to announce the next two webinars in its ongoing Speaker Series. IT professional Paul Davis will be speaking on how to keep your kids safe while they're online. Register here https://www.metisnation.org/news/online-safety-for-children/
Credit River Metis Area
The Credit River Métis Council (CRMC) serves the Citizens of the Métis Nation of Ontario in a very large, densely populated area (yellow on the map) that is an urban and rural mix. The CRMC area covers major Cities and Towns such as Bolton, Brampton, Caledon, Erin, Georgetown, Halton Hills, Malton, Milton, Mississauga, Oakville and Orangeville.
Also included in the CRMC area is Acton, Alton, Ashgrove, Ballinafad, Belfountain, Bramalea, Brisbane, Caledon East, Camilla, Cheltenham, Clarkson, Glen Williams, Grand Valley, Hillsburg, Hornby, Huttonville, Inglewood, Laurel, Limehouse, Marsville, Meadowvale Village, Mono, Mono Road, Mono Mills, Monticello, Norval, Orton, Ospringe, Port Credit, Sandhill, Snelgrove, Speyside, Stewart Town, Streetsville, Tamarack, Terra Cotta, Victoria, Waldemar and Wildfield.