THE LEADERS OF THE MNOC

The Métis Nation of Canada (MNOC) was incorporated in 2009 and merged with the Council of the First Métis People of Canada (CFMPC) in 2018. Our governance structure and governance instruments ensure that leadership and representation of our citizens meet the highest standards of integrity, honesty, accountability, and transparency. Anything less is unacceptable in our eyes. Our leaders are professionals from various business, public, private, and government sectors, with decades of practical experience, skills, and dedicated volunteer services to their communities.


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Follow this link to access the four GOVERNANCE documents.

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THE MNOC 

Karole Dumont, National Chief

Bill Gabbani, Deputy Chief

Donald M. Fowler, Lead Elder


METIS RIGHTS TEAM


Timothy McDowell, Leader Warriors & Veterans Society


ADMINISTRATION & TECHNOLOGY

Joseph Vautour, IS Coordinator-Webmaster

 Nicole CharbonneauTreasurer

 Debbie AsselinSecretary 

Stephanie Johnson, Director of Communications


LEADERS: CIRCLES & SOCIETIES

 Diane MontreuilEducation Society

 David (Dave) ClarkArt & Culture Society  

 Deidre ThompsonWomen  Circle

 Youth, Vacant


MNOC AMBASSADORS

 André Bossé, Ambassador Ontario

 Alfred Chiasson, Ambassador Maritimes 

 André Forbes, Ambassador Quebec

 Arnold Dithurbide, Ambassador Nova Scotia

 Roderick Fequet, Ambassador Northern Quebec


TREATIES, ALLIANCES & COMMUNITIES

Chief George Lebel, Wik Wak Sun Oté - Treaty #1

Chief Gaétan Gauthier, French River Tribe - Treaty # 2

 Chief Albert Chaisson, Metis Nation of Saint John NB-Treaty #7


MNOC MÉTIS COMMUNITIES LEADERS

 Darin Long, Greater Toronto Area Métis Community

 TBA, Ottawa Métis Community

 TBA, Prescott-Russell Métis Community

 TBA, Greater Sudbury Métis Community

MNOC FOUNDER

 Bryce Fequet, MNOC Founder

Bryce founded the Métis Nation of Canada (MNOC) January 21, 2009 as the first National Metis Organization to represent Metis Citizens from all regions of Canada. Bryce’s Mother and Father raised their children to love one another, to help those that need help and to be kind and stand up for what you believe in.  This kind of upbringing resulted in Bryce being very community oriented and from 2009-2013 he was the Mayor of his Municipality.

He was elected the first Warden of the Municipal Regional County (MRC) du Golfe du St. Laurent 2010.  Bryce received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012 and Friendship Gift Medal from the Canadian Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association of Canada 2019.

Bryce’s passion and determination, which was passed to him by his Aboriginal and European ancestors, motivates him to work hard and continue the fight for the national recognition of all Metis Citizens in Canada. 

JOIN A DYNAMIC TEAM!

Interested in making a difference for the Métis People across Turtle Island? Tired of seeing our inherent rights denied in eastern Canada? The MNOC welcomes individuals for whom integrity, justice, honesty, and true dedication is a way of life. Contact any member of our board to learn how you could join a dynamic team of highly dedicated and motivated individuals.