Central Urban Métis Federation (1993) Inc., (CUMFI) is a community based Métis owned and operated non-profit, charitable organization located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. CUMFI is a local and national leader in the area of urban Aboriginal issues and challenges.

Our constituents and clientele cut across a broad range of personal, social and economic backgrounds. Due to the hard work and commitment of a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors, we have the fundamental structure in place upon which to address the social-economic discrepancies faced by urban Aboriginal People in Saskatoon.

**REMINDER - Please contact the CUMFI office with update your contact, address, phone and email information! **

Latest News

Métis Nation of Saskatchewan Voting Process Breakdown

Voting Process Breakdown/Meeting will be held on Wednesday May 17th. The voting process will be discussed, including who is an eligible voter, what identification is required to vote, and how/where to vote in this region. This meeting will be held at Confederation Mall (by food court) - coffee and tea will be provided.

Additional information on the voting process is available in this information package.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 18:30 to 19:30
Event Location: 
Confederation Mall (by Food Court)

Métis Nation of Saskatchewan Election

CUMFI would like to inform everyone of the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan Election on May 27, 2017.

Advance polls are open from May 12-19th at Confederation Mall (300 Confederation Drive, Saskatoon, SK). Polls are open from 10AM-2PM, and 4PM-6PM daily.

CUMFI will be providing rides. It is of the upmost importance that everyone get out there and vote! For further information or if you have any questions, please call (306) 975-9999.

Event Date: 
Saturday, May 27, 2017 (All day)

CUMFI & GSCS Welcome New Agreement

CUMFI and the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools have signed an agreement that will have a positive impact in the education system. CUMFI wants to share this exciting news with it's members and the community.

 

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