FVMA Women's Circle

16apr6:00 pm9:00 pmFVMA Women's Circle

Event Details

We will be gathering on the traditional, ancestral, unceded, and shared territories of the Stó:lō People, specifically in the Sem’a:th (Sumas), Mathxw’i (Matsqui) and Leq’a:mel (Mission) First Nations. This is also the lodging home of the Fraser Valley Métis Association.

This weekly gathering circle is made possible by the partnerships with the Mamele’awt Indigenous Education Centre and Metis Nation BC (MNBC) and our volunteers’ generous and dedicated support.

Light snacks, coffee and tea are provided. Help save the land and lend a hand by BYOM (Bringing Your Own Mug).



(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Mámele’awt Indigenous Education Centre

3277 Gladwin Road


Fraser Valley Métis Association

The Métis Nation emerged on the plains of the historic Northwest during the late 18th and early 19th century. Successive generations of mixed First Nations and Europeans married within the mixed-Aboriginal community, eventually this community was no longer seen as European (Fur Trade centric) nor as First Nations. Rather this community became seen as a distinct peoples and Nation with our own clothing style, language, music, political determination, and societal organization. Because of this distinction, Métis are among the three Aboriginal peoples recognized by Section 35 of the Canadian constitution act of 1982. As Métis, we trace our lineage back to historically identified Métis communities that originated in the historic Northwest well before Canada became Canada.

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