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  • Writer's pictureColleen Murray

Finding Indigenous Ancestors

As part of their Métis Project, La Société généalogique du Nord-Ouest, Edmonton is hosting a lecture entitled: Finding Indigenous Ancestors: with a historical overview of the Métis Nation. The presentation will highlight documentary and internet resources and Indigenous Languages. The presentation will be in English by Sheila Genaille, Monday April 24 at 7:00 pm Mountain Daylight Saving Time. Membership with the SGNO is not required to attend.

Visit the SGNO website for information on other lectures in their Métis Project, and to learn about their resources for Métis and French-Canadian research. Although the SGNO is a French-language society, you don't need to be fluent in order to benefit from their great resources and databases. Their library is also staffed with volunteers, who can assist you in getting started. And their membership is only $20 per year!

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