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French River Metis Tribe, Ontario (Canada)

Last modified: 2019-11-24 by rick wyatt
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[French River Metis Tribe, Ontario flag] image located by Valentin Poposki, 11 October 2019

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The Band

The French River Metis are descendants of the Woodland Metis who lived in the French River Area. Our members come from the villages of Noelville, St-Charles, Alban, Monetville, Markstay, Hagar, Warren and surrounding areas.

The French River Metis are affiliated with OCAP (Ontario Coalition of Aboriginal People) and are associated with other neighbouring communities such as West Nipissing Metis.

Even though our French-Canadian roots run deep, and we carry on many of these traditions, we also enjoy practicing some of the Ceremonials and Spirituality of our aboriginal heritage. From our First Nations relatives, we incorporate the medicine wheel, tobacco offerings, the eagle feather, smudging, the sacred fire and many other traditions.

In 2017 FRMT signed Treaty #2 with Metis Nation of Canada for partnership.
Valentin Poposki, 11 October 2019

The flag

The flag is purple fading to white in the center and bears the group's emblem in the center.
Valentin Poposki, 11 October 2019