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.

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Latest News

Job Opportunities @ CUMFI

We've recently started posting employment opportunities on cumfi.org!  You can check out the postings here - check back often!

Congratulations Josh!

Josh Bodnarchuk, member of CUMFI Local 165 celebrates after winning the gold medal match at the CIS National Wrestling Championship this past weekend in Edmonton, Alberta. Bodnarchuk, a Suntep student and a wrestler in his Rookie year with the U of S Huskies was the recipient of the 2014 Aboriginal Youth Award in Athletics. Along with taking home the gold on the weekend, he was named the 2015 CIS Rookie of the Year.

Thanks To Our Sponsors!

CUMFI would like to say a special THANK YOU to our sponsors who continue to suppose our organization:
Wal-Mart, CO-OP, Saskatoon Downtown Lions Club, BMA Group Benefits Division LTD, Clarence Campeau Development Fund, The W Law Group, Law Sell Construction, Efficiency Heating and Cooling, Potash Corp, City Centre Bingo, SMEDCO, K&S Potash, Laroche McDonald Agencies LTD, Fire Creek, SIGA, SaskEnergy, SaskTel, Indian Metis Friendship Center, Old Dutch, Lorne and Judy Purdy, Chief Weighill, Megan Avery, CUPE Local 8443, Barbra and Edward Falk, Patrick Hanley, Bill Mintram

Fall/Winter 2014 Newsletter

The Fall/Winter 2014 CUMFI newsletter is now available. Check it out!


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