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'The Year Of The Elder'
in the spirit of reconciliation

MÉTIS COMMUNITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

2021 AWARD RECIPIENTS

CONGRATULATIONS!
RECIPIENT:  MAUREEN BELANGER
Visual Arts
Recognizes the achievement and leadership of a Métis whose contributions in arts and culture inspires and benefits our community.
RECIPIENT:  KRYSTLE PEDERSON
Performing Arts
Recognizes the achievement and leadership of a Métis whose contributions in arts and culture inspires and benefits our community.
RECIPIENT:  ALFRED ANDERSON
Culture
Recognizes the achievement and leadership of a Métis whose contributions in arts and culture inspires and benefits our community.
RECIPIENT: DANIEL ASHAM
Athletics

Recognizes the achievement and leadership of a Métis whose contributions in sport, fitness, or recreational programs inspires and benefits our community.
RECIPIENT:  CHANDRELLE MARSHALL
Education
Recognizes a Métis who is a role model in their profession and community involvement, leading, and inspiring positive change.
RECIPIENT:  LEO DAIGNAULT
Professions

RECIPIENT: MICHELLE LECLAIR
Leadership

Recognizes Métis leaders in the professional and business sector whose innovation has influenced positive change, and who is a role model in their career and community involvement.
RECIPIENT:  KELLY LINKE
Community Achievement
RECIPIENT: EVELYN JOHNSTON
Outstanding Volunteer

Recognizes the achievement and leadership of a Métis whose contributions in volunteerism, philanthropy, and engagement inspires and benefits our community.
RECIPIENT:  ALBERT LECLAIR
Preservation of Michif Language
Recognizes a Métis who continually promotes the Michif Language, who is dedicated and passionate about preserving the unique Michif language.
RECIPIENT:  THE LATE, MELVIN VANDALE
Lifetime Achievement

Recognizes the lifetime contribution of a Métis Elder whose entire lifetime was to bring forth Métis issues, language, culture, and teachings.
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Nomination Rules
All winners (one winner per category) must find their own transportation to the award ceremony (location in Saskatoon to follow), Thursday, September 9, 2021, at 6:00 pm. If they are traveling in from out of town, they are responsible for their own lodging. They along with 5 guests will be invited to the Award Night free of charge.

We accept nominations from all over Canada but just to note that cannot provide any travel expenses, if they are chosen for the award, and would like to attend the ceremony. But if they do get chosen and cannot attend, we will still announce the award during the evening and mail the certificate to them.

Last Year's Virtual Event

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In the spirit of reconciliation.

The Métis Cultural Days will play host to community participation, awareness and engagement in Métis Arts, Culture and History.