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Aanii! If you would like to watch a livestream of the MNCFN 2018 Historical Gathering at the Community Centre Feb. 15 and 16, please click on the following link:   http://www.ustream.tv/channel/HePUEbLpNtD  

Aanii, Please be advised that Powwow Practice is cancelled tonight due to the weather.   Miigwetch

In the fall of 2016, the six Mississauga Nations signed an accord in the spirit of unity and cooperation. MNCFN member Jesse Johnson designed a logo that would represent “Mississauga Nationhood” after the accord signing.   The logo he designed is now incorporated into a flag that flies proudly at the Agimaw Gamig Administration Building on the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation near Hagersville, Ont.   The logo was designed to represent each Mississauga First Nation with an eagle feather. A canoe was used because that was the traditional mode of transportation, and the water is shown to remind us of our

For LaForme, Indigenous stories must be included — as should a section on the value of Mother Earth, giving the general population a chance to reconnect to the land.