As an advocate for Métis education, training and research, Rupertsland Institute actively engages with the federal and provincial governments, educational institutions across Alberta and other stakeholders to further RLI’s goals.
David Andre Boisvert, 66 years of age, beloved husband of Deanna (LaJambe) and uncle of Brooke passed away August 9, 2016 after a short battle with cancer. David was born November 5, 1949 near Somerset Manitoba. Predeceased by parents Albert and Denise (Labossiere), David also leaves to mourn four younger brothers Richard (Dorothy), Phillipe, Robert and Edgar, sisters-in law Lorette (Tony) George, Veronica LaJambe, Theresa LaJambe and brother-in-law Derek (Heather) LaJambe.
Alberta teachers given tools to advance First Nations, Métis and Inuit history and perspectives in the classroom 4898 To honour this government’s commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Alberta Education will provide teachers with professional development to ensure that all students learn about First Nations, Métis and Inuit history, perspectives and contributions.
The Rupertsland Institute and Service Canada are working together to host services for those who are affected by the Ft. McMurray fire. This includes assistance for those who are eligible for Employment Insurance through on-line applications which are fast-tracked for review and approval.
April 25, 2016, Edmonton, Alberta – Research, Policy and Strategic Partnerships The Rupertsland Institute (RLI) and representatives of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and Service Canada (SC) held a highly productive meeting on Thursday, April 21st that included dialogue on a broad number of issues ranging from how the ongoing economic downturn has affected Métis people, to an analysis of the federal Aboriginal Skills Enhancement and Training Strategy (ASETS).
Rupertsland Institute CEO Lorne Gladu along with Audrey Poitras President of the Metis Nation of Alberta joined MacEwan University’s Dean of the School of Business Elsie Elford, Executive Director, Amelia Canto Ellis, and Joanne Lieu, Senior Development Officer on March 22, 2016 for the unveiling of the Rupertsland Reading Room.
Rupertsland Institute and University of Alberta Faculty of Native Studies presents Métis Talks November 17, 2015 2-06 Pembina Hall 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Join us for Lunch 12:00 pm, 2-06 Pembina Hall RSVP TO: email@example.com Featuring: KINSCAPES Using the Digital Humanities to Track an In Situ Plains Métis Nation Dr.
Each year, on November 16th, Métis people across Canada pay tribute to the Right Honourable Louis Riel by holding a commemorative ceremony on the date of his execution. This ceremony symbolizes the commitment Métis people share in striving for and promoting the visions of Louis Riel and is one of the most important dates on the Métis calendar.
Edmonton, AB – October 8, 2015 Métis Nation of Alberta President (MNA), Audrey Poitras and Métis Nation of Ontario President (MNO), Gary Lipinksi were present at the College of Alberta School Superintendents (CASS) First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Education Symposium, which kicked off last night in Edmonton.
Alberta Métis Youth experienced a first-hand lesson in governance this past weekend by presenting a general resolution before the Métis Nation of Alberta General Assembly to create a Métis Youth Council. The resolution was a direct result of lessons learned and a passionate discussion during Friday’s Rupertsland Institute 2015 Métis Youth Gathering.
Former recipients of Rupertsland Institute and the Métis Nation of Alberta Labour Market Development program gathered in Edmonton, Alberta during the MNA Annual General Assembly to celebrate their shared accomplishments. Rupertsland Institute also used the event to announce its intentions to create a formal alumni association.