First Nation, Métis and Inuit – Self-Identification
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First Nation, Métis and Inuit – Self-Identification

I am a leader. I am a lifeguard. I am an Arts Council President. I am a good friend. I am a competitive Go-Kart Racer. I am a writer. I am a gymnast. I am learning how to make a difference in
people’s lives. I am learning about illustration. I am learning to experience more about my culture. I am learning about integers. I am learning who I am. I am Chippewa of Georgina Island. I am Maskekoqiyiniwak Cree. I am First Nations Algonquian. I am Ojibwe. I am First Nations Cree. We are York Region District School Board Students.

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4 thoughts on “First Nation, Métis and Inuit – Self-Identification

  1. mexican mestizos are more amerindians in looks…how sad US and Canada's only 1 percent aborigines among the population were very diluted. They don't even look natives.

  2. For any Métis or those interested, I have started a subreddit called /r/MetisMichif, which is dedicated to the discussion, news, media, inquiries, and all about the Métis people! We focus on the cataloging and revitalization of the culture, language and identity by enabling an open forum for all interested to speak about it and having easier access to Métis media online!

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