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ABORIGINAL CULTURE PROUDLY SHOWCASED DURING PARAPAN AM OPENING CEREMONY

The Mississaugas of the New Credit were proud to be in attendance to support their band members as they performed during the Parapan Am Games Opening Ceremony. The Parapan Am Games will welcome over 1,600 athletes from 28 countries during a week of an exciting display of athleticism and commitment of our Parapan athletes.  Read more

THREE FIRES CEREMONY HOSTED JULY 10TH TO COMMEMORATE THE BEGINNING OF TORONTO 2015

To coincide with the beginning of the Pan Am Games, the Mississaugas of the New Credit hosted a Three Fires Ceremony to commemorate the games that will take place over the next two and a half weeks. Three separate fires were lit in three locations to honour the traditional territory and the current home of the Mississaugas of the New Credit. Read more

MISSISSAUGAS OF THE NEW CREDIT HOSTS INDIGENOUS WELCOME GALA

On the evening of July 9th, the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation welcomed over 250 attendees to an Indigenous Welcome Gala that was held on traditional territory. The event was held on the grounds of Fort York National Historical Site in downtown Toronto, and boasted the sights and sounds of a natural landscape; including trees, hide, indigenous plants, animals and furs. Read more

MISSISSAUGAS OF THE NEW CREDIT WELCOMES PAN AM TORCH

On Day 20 of the Toronto 2015 Torch Relay, the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation officially welcomed the flame to the Official Host First Nation community. A community celebration was held on June 19th and boasted various aboriginal artisans, traditional fare and live entertainment. To add to the excitement of the day, the event was hosted by hockey royalty and Coaches Corner host Ron Maclean, and Waneek Horn-Miller, aboriginal olympian and 1999 Pan Am gold medalist.

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Mississauga Torch celebration and 41 Tree Ceremony

MNCFN ATTENDS 41 TREE UNVEILING EVENT

On Monday, May 25th the first Pan Am Ceremony took place at the new Athletes’ Village located in downtown Toronto. Forty-one trees were planted and identified with a Pan Am plaque to commemorate the talent, commitment and dedication of the athletes representing each participating country in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.

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