The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation is a thriving and vibrant community, bursting with people reaching for their roots as well as the future as they prepare to teach the next 7 generations it’s history and culture. This community has survived many hundred years of change; we fought through near extinction, battled in many wars, suffered a complete loss of culture, undertook a new way of life, faced the trails and tribulations that have come with facing our Canadian government and those now occupying our traditional territory, however despite every inch of transformation the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation have endured, they continued to adapt and grow into the resilient First Nation community that stands today.

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Historical Tidbit – Poet William Wilson

May 19th, 2020|0 Comments

John Jones (1797-1847), the schoolteacher at the Credit River Mission Village and the brother of Rev. Peter Jones, looked about his classroom and felt great satisfaction as his students worked away at their lessons.  A [...]

Message from the Chief

May 18th, 2020|0 Comments

I know the province is lifting some restrictions, however MCFN will not blindly follow their methods. We will evaluate and take the steps necessary to ensure the safety of our Nation. Please continue to practice [...]