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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Karole Dumont, National Chief
Delores Johnson, Lead Elder
TBA, Lead Elder
MÉTIS RIGHTS TEAM
Keith Vanderbeke, Lead Advocate General, Human Rights
Michael Binkley, Leader, Natural Resources
ADMINISTRATION & TECHNOLOGY
Joseph Vautour, IS Coordinator-Webmaster
Nicole Charbonneau, Treasurer
Stephanie Johnson, Director of Communications
Debbie Asselin, Secretary
LEADERS: CIRCLES & SOCIETIES
Diane Montreuil, Art & Culture
Lisa Binkley, Education Society
Darin Long, Leader Warriors & Veterans Society
André Bossé, Ambassador Ontario
Alfred Chiasson, Ambassador Maritimes
André Forbes, Ambassador Quebec
TREATIES, ALLIANCES & COMMUNITIES
Prés. Alain Béliveau, Assoc. Métis Cote-Nord. Community of Mingan-Treaty #3
Chief Arnold Dithurbide, Highlands Metis Nation - Treaty # 4
Chief Shane Savoury, Bras d’Or Lake/Unama’ki Voyageur Metis Nation -Treaty #5
Chief Della Spears-Horne, Eastern Shore Metis Nation - Treaty # 6
Chief Albert Chaisson, Metis Nation of Saint John NB-Treaty #7
Anne Anderson, Muskrat Metis of the St Clair Region-Treaty #8
Richard Meilleur, Métis Nipissing Families-Alliance # 9
MNOC MÉTIS COMMUNITIES LEADERS
Darin Long, Greater Toronto Area Métis Community
TBA, Ottawa Métis Community
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 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.