Saturdays 8:00PM (PST)

MéTV is a one hour news magazine show that will touch on all aspects of Métis culture in BC, as well as discuss issues facing the Métis people today.

Hosted by Deputy Minister & CEO of Métis Nation BC, Daniel Fontaine.




On this episode of MéTV: Petty Officer First Class Steve Morrison, Poetry with Jonina Kirton and Lisa Shepherd, Fiddle Bow Maker John Bell, and Artist & Painter Shawna Magnussun, and so much more!


On this episode of MéTV: Musicians Ry Moran and Keith Hill, Métis knowledge keeper Jo-Ina Young, 12 year old ballerina Lilika, and much more


Episode 2 of MéTV features interviews with The Métis Bannock Queen, Jillian Brook, Kehte ayak Marie Bercier, Susie Hooper, Minister of Post Secondary Education and Environmental Protection, Métis cinematographer Kaayla Whachell, and a panel discussion with Kelly Roberts, president, Prince George Métis Community Association, Cheryl Dobman, president, Kelowna Métis Association, and Pixie Wells, president, Fraser Valley Métis Association


The debut episode of MéTV dives into what it means to be Métis in British Columbia. Featuring interviews with Terry Fox’s younger brother Darrell Fox, the first Métis federal minister Gerry St. Germain, acting president of MNBC Lissa Smith, Métis carver Pat Calihou, and so much more!


Through interviews with experts and prominent members of the community, MèTV will break down the issues the Métis Nation faces in British Columbia and educate viewers on the rich culture and history of the Metis people.

Topics of discussions will include the rights of Indigenous people, reconciliation with the Métis community in BC, preservation of culture, education,health & wellness, and more.

MéTV will also take you outside of the studio for a first hand look at Métis personalities. We will showcase musicians, artists, community leaders and advocates, among others.

We will also visit the 7 regions of Métis Nation BC, exploring the unique communities within each area.

These segments shall highlight specific aspects of Métis language and culture such as food (Pemmican, Bannock and Les Tourtières), Beadwork, Clothing, and Art such as dot painting , and the quintisential Métis jig.


Daniel Fontaine Biography

Daniel Fontaine works as the Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Minister for Métis Nation BC. Over the course of his career he has worked in the private and not-for-profit sectors as well as government.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Manitoba, Fontaine went on to complete the Media Writing and Public Relations certificate from Langara College. He was appointed to the Board of Directors for Douglas College and served on the BC College of Psychologists from 2004-2010. He also served on the Board of Directors for SafeCare BC which has a mandate to reduce workplace injuries in the long-term care sector.

Fontaine is the former weekly civic affairs columnist for 24 Hours Newspaper and political commentator on Global TV & Global BC1 news channel. He actively participated in the weekly civic affairs panel for the top-rated Bill Good Show on CKNW radio.

In 2012, Fontaine was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for public service. He was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba and moved to British Columbia in 1989.


Lisa Shepherd Biography

Lisa Shepherd is a celebrated artist that has grown from humble beginnings to becoming recognized across the country and internationally for her intricate work that utilizes traditional art forms to explore and inform about Métis culture.

She is a highly respected cultural ambassador and knowledge carrier for the Métis Nation and a recipient of a BC Aboriginal Business Award for Business of the Year. In 2020, she co-created Breathe: a collection of traditionally crafted masks demonstrating resiliency through 21st century pandemic, bringing attention to Artists across Canada and internationally, and providing healing through art and culture.

Lisa’s artwork can be viewed here


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