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Protecting, promoting, and advancing inherent, Treaty, and
Aboriginal rights of Northern First Nations.

Orange Shirt Day – Survivors Honour Walk in Thompson

September 22, 2023|

MKO and Sponsors are hosting a series of activities for Orange Shirt Day this year on Saturday September 30, 2023 in Thompson, MB. Please see the poster for more information on what we have planned for the day. For more information, please contact Maegan Courchene @ 431-276-0764 or email

Employment Opportunity: Mobile Crisis Response Team Member

September 21, 2023|

4 Full Time Positions available in Thompson, MB. Position Open Until Filled To view this opportunity in PDF, please click here.   Under the direction of the Intake and Deployment Coordinator, the Mobile Crisis Response Team Member will be responsible for providing rapid crisis intervention and support in remote/Isolated First Nations communities throughout Manitoba in the priority areas of suicide, grief or bereavement, but also in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, trauma, family violence or other crisis. All work will be carried out in a manner that is consistent with Indigenous culture and values.   Roles and Responsibilities Read More...

Employment Opportunity: Medical Transportation Coordinator-Traditional Healer Program

September 21, 2023|

Full Time Position in Thompson, MB. To view this opportunity in PDF, please click here. Position open until filled.   Under the direction of the Traditional Healer Program Manager, the Medical Transportation Coordinator will provide travel and administration support for the Traditional Healer Program employees. As part of the contribution agreement, which is a partnership between MKO, the Province of Manitoba, and Health Canada, the Medical Transportation Coordinator works to improve and provide alternatives and initiatives oh health. The Medical Transportation Coordinator will work as a liaison between the MKO Traditional Healer Program and Health Canada to assist citizens and Read More...

MKO Mission Statement

To maintain, strengthen, enhance, lobby for and defend the interests and rights of First Nation people within its jurisdiction and to promote, develop and secure a standard quality of life deemed desirable and acceptable by its First Nations without limiting the generality of the foregoing and the objectives of MKO.