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mrhha

Welcome to MRHHA

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since 1673

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We share an interest in the rich historical and cultural heritage of Moose Factory, Moosonee and the Moose River Region. That historical and cultural heritage is primarily Omushkego, but includes major contributions from other peoples, contributions that have become part of the present‐day community’s political, social, religious, economic and cultural fabric in the course of its long evolution that predates Moose Factory’s establishment as a fur‐trade post in 1673, or Moosonee’s establishment in the 1903. As the additional presence of Eeyou, Orcadian, Scottish, English, Norwegian and French family and cultural heritage shows, hospitality has long been one of the most important aspects of Moose Cree and Omushkego cultural and historical heritage. Our non‐profit association includes elders, youth, harvesters, community members and hosts, film‐makers, librarians, spiritual leaders, community researchers and educators, university and college professors and students, musicians, artists and many others who have a passion for our combined heritage along with the support of our leadership, councils and jurisdictions. The purpose of this grassroots organization is to preserve, document, and promote our historical and cultural heritage as well as our tradition of hospitality. We believe that this will have enormous benefits for the local community and its members as well as the broader society to which Moose Factory, Moosonee and its people continue to contribute.

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MRHHA Mission

The purpose of this association is to preserve, document, promote and perpetuate our historical and cultural heritage and our tradition of hospitality. We believe that this will have enormous benefits for ourselves, our communities as well as a broader society to which we continue to contribute. Our non‐profit association draws on the support of our leadership, councils and jurisdictions, and includes elders, youth, harvesters, community members and hosts, film‐makers, librarians, spiritual leaders, community researchers and educators, university and college professors and students, musicians, artists and many others who have a passion for our combined heritage.

MRHHA Vision

We share an interest in the rich historical and cultural heritage of Moose Factory, Moosonee and the Moose River region. That historical and cultural heritage is primarily Omushkego, but includes major contributions from other peoples, contributions that have become part of the present‐day community’s political, social, religious, economic and cultural fabric, in the course of its long evolution that predates Moose Factory’s establishment as a fur‐trade post in 1673. As demonstrated by our communities’ additional Eeyou, Orcadian, Scottish, English, Norwegian and French heritage, hospitality has long been one of the most important aspects of Moose Cree and Omushkego culture.

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small efforts make big change

cecilchabotDecember 30, 2022

You are invited to participate in our second annual Storytelling Celebration, on the theme “Honouring Our Elders,” which premiered on December

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Moose River Heritage & Hospitality Association

March 2023

More than 350 Years in the Making: From Time Immemorial to 1673 to 202

Please submit by Deadline :
January 13th 2023

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mrhha

Welcome to MRHHA

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since 1673

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We share an interest in the rich historical and cultural heritage of Moose Factory, Moosonee and the Moose River Region. That historical and cultural heritage is primarily Omushkego, but includes major contributions from other peoples, contributions that have become part of the present‐day community’s political, social, religious, economic and cultural fabric in the course of its long evolution that predates Moose Factory’s establishment as a fur‐trade post in 1673, or Moosonee’s establishment in the 1903. As the additional presence of Eeyou, Orcadian, Scottish, English, Norwegian and French family and cultural heritage shows, hospitality has long been one of the most important aspects of Moose Cree and Omushkego cultural and historical heritage. Our non‐profit association includes elders, youth, harvesters, community members and hosts, film‐makers, librarians, spiritual leaders, community researchers and educators, university and college professors and students, musicians, artists and many others who have a passion for our combined heritage along with the support of our leadership, councils and jurisdictions. The purpose of this grassroots organization is to preserve, document, and promote our historical and cultural heritage as well as our tradition of hospitality. We believe that this will have enormous benefits for the local community and its members as well as the broader society to which Moose Factory, Moosonee and its people continue to contribute.

Jurisdictional Members

MRHHA Mission

The purpose of this association is to preserve, document, promote and perpetuate our historical and cultural heritage and our tradition of hospitality. We believe that this will have enormous benefits for ourselves, our communities as well as a broader society to which we continue to contribute. Our non‐profit association draws on the support of our leadership, councils and jurisdictions, and includes elders, youth, harvesters, community members and hosts, film‐makers, librarians, spiritual leaders, community researchers and educators, university and college professors and students, musicians, artists and many others who have a passion for our combined heritage.

MRHHA Vision

We share an interest in the rich historical and cultural heritage of Moose Factory, Moosonee and the Moose River region. That historical and cultural heritage is primarily Omushkego, but includes major contributions from other peoples, contributions that have become part of the present‐day community’s political, social, religious, economic and cultural fabric, in the course of its long evolution that predates Moose Factory’s establishment as a fur‐trade post in 1673. As demonstrated by our communities’ additional Eeyou, Orcadian, Scottish, English, Norwegian and French heritage, hospitality has long been one of the most important aspects of Moose Cree and Omushkego culture.

Team Members

Board Members

Committees

small efforts make big change

cecilchabotDecember 30, 2022

You are invited to participate in our second annual Storytelling Celebration, on the theme “Honouring Our Elders,” which premiered on December

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Moose River Heritage & Hospitality Association

March 2023

More than 350 Years in the Making: From Time Immemorial to 1673 to 202

Please submit by Deadline :
January 13th 2023

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Hours
Minutes

Committee Members

Contributing Members​

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