Fort McKay Métis Nation and Alberta Government Partner for the Future

A new memorandum of understanding was signed by the Government of Alberta and the Fort McKay Métis Nation .

The partnership outlines plans for future prosperity including a commitment to ensure access to provincial skills training opportunities and enhancing education outcomes in a shared vision.

Minister of Indigenous Relations, Rick Wilson praised the FMMN saying they are innovators in business and community development and hopes more partnerships like this with the GoA and other Indigenous communities will be made.

“This agreement with Alberta is another milestone for the Fort McKay Métis Nation,” Ron Quintal, president, Fort McKay Métis Nation Association

“We own our own land, have established a thriving business operation, have established credible assertion of our status, and now look forward to working with Alberta to fully define our relationship with the province and the benefits of that to our membership. We thank Minister Wilson and his government for this significant step towards reconciliation.”

The MOU also highlights a shared vision to work together on infrastructure funding and a mutual commitment toward long-term community sustainability.





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