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The Métis in Western Canada: O-Tee-Paym-Soo-Wuk

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This project was made possible thanks to the financial contribution of Industry Canada's Francommunautés virtuelles program and Canadian Heritage's Canadian Culture Online Program, as well as the Government of Alberta's Community Initiatives Program.

The Heritage Community Foundation would like to thank all of its partners on this website project. Without their contribution of rich Métis content, this website would not have been possible. These partners are:

As well, the following organizations have contributed images and photographs for this website project:

The Métis sash imagery featured in the website design comes courtesy of the Musée historique de Saint-Paul.

Finally, we would like to thank The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture for their assistance with fact-finding for this website.

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