To promote wellness and balance to those we serve mentally, emotionally, physically, & spiritually utilizing our individual gifts & ensure we serve the people with honesty and respect in all matters.
Family Support Program
Programs to enhance parenting skills, bonding, child development, personal development , and healing for parents: while at the same time give our children the maximum chance at a well balanced start in life. Interactive and educational which will enable our parents and children to learn, play and grow.
Resolution Health Support
Provide culturally appropriate emotional health support services to claimants involved in resolving Indian Residential School claim (IRS), who are participating in Truth or Commemoration events (TRC), or who have/will receive Common Experience Payment (CEP), or be involved in the Independent Assessment Process (IAP). Support for Intergenerational Impacts.
Housing and Employment Program
Programs that assist those that are experiencing homelessness or at risk of being homeless .Building bridges, making connections, empowering and supporting those that are looking for employment
Childcare services are available to parents/caregivers while attending groups, programming and activities at the centre.
A journey through healing, support,laughter, friendship, culture and traditions.
An Idea Is Born
Our organization was formed and incorporated in June of 1995, with the Marguerite Riel Centre opening it’s doors on June 8, 1998. In 2004 the Canadian Metis Heritage Corp. became a registered charitable organization. Original mandate of the Centre is: The activities of the Corp. are those activities that promote healing and wellness primarily to Metis and First Nations people in Northeast and North central Saskatchewan.
Throughout the years the Centre has provided a variety of programming for children, youth, and families. Some of the programming has included parenting, community kitchens, lifeskills, addictions, healing circles, domestic violence programs, anger management, self awareness groups, employment readiness, housing support, free gym nights, youth activities, cultural programming, Indian Residential School supports and many others.