MCFN

(redirected from Moose Cree First Nation)
AcronymDefinition
MCFNMichigan Campaign Finance Network
MCFNMoose Cree First Nation (Moose Factory, ON, Canada)
MCFNMarine Corps Family Network
MCFNMotor City Freecycle Network (Detroit, MI)
MCFNMama Cancer Foundation of Nigeria (est. 1999)
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Moose Cree First Nation chipped in $500 to help defer the costs of CWB testing, while the Kapuskasing Indian Friendship Centre provides meeting space and refreshments for additional training sessions.
Then incorrectly considered part of the Moose Cree First Nation, the Missanabie Cree did not receive recognition as a separate First Nation until the 1950s.
Dobson, a member of the Moose Cree First Nation, was born in the remote northern Ontario community of Moose Factor)'.
Etherington, a member of the Moose Cree First Nation, made the trip with his father, Patrick Sr., and a group of five companions made up of residential school survivors and their children.
Jay works with Moose Cree First Nation where he manages and maintains business entities under the economic development program.
This year's Youth Award was presented to Stan Kapanshesit, a member of the Moose Cree First Nation who co-owns and operates Solstice Productions.
Linklater is Omaskiko Cree, from Moose Cree First Nation in Northern Ontario, while Lukin Linklater is Alutiiq from Alaska.
Moose Cree First Nation in particular benefitted from the project.
July 27-31, 2004, Moose Cree First Nation, Ont.--705-658-4619
Winner of the Business Woman of the Year is lawyer Patricia Faries of the Moose Cree First Nation. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Indigenous Bar Association, and the Lawyer's Professional Indemnity Company.
Other artists who were chosen for the park are Duane Linklater, from Moose Cree First Nation, in Ontario; Jerry Whitehead, from James Smith First Nation, in Saskatchewan; Marianne Nicolson, of Scottish and Dzawada'enuxw descent, from British Columbia; and Mary Ann Barkhouse, from the Nimpksih band, Kwakiutl First Nation, in BC.
Green energy businesses and projects are playing their part in the Aboriginal economy, whether through large energy developments such as the Lower Mattagami redevelopment--a joint venture between Ontario Power Generation and Moose Cree First Nation. The passing of the 2009 Renewable Energy Act incentive enabled Aboriginal businesses and communities to participate in the renewable energy sector.