"Advancing transformative change for the well-being of Mtis children, youth and families"


Sheri Wildman

Hello my name is Sheri Wildman and I am from the Mtis and Cree Nations. My grandmother was Violet Dumont who was from the Big Stone Cree Nation and my grandfather was Alec Paquette who was from the Saulteau First Nations. I have worked in the field of social services for 13 years and have specialized in Aboriginal child protection since 2005. I have been honoured to meet and work with youth and families in Surrey, Vancouver and now in Kamloops, BC. In addition to my full time work, I have devoted much of my time to volunteer work with inner city Aboriginal youth through mentorship and cultural programs. I am honored to be involved with the Mtis Commission and I am motivated to continue my lifelong commitment to ensuring Mtis children and families are safe and supported.

Featured Resources

Proud to be Metis!: The Cultural Booklet we send to families is now available online!

MCCF Cultural Information Package: A collection of Metis cultural resources and information to support service delivery and planning for Metis children, youth and families.

MCCF Quality Assurance Framework: Continuous Quality Improvement for Mtis Children and Family Services in British Columbia, March 2011

MCCF 2011 Provincial Catalogue:
A catalogue to provide immediate contact information about available services to assist the Mtis communities, Mtis families, Ministry and non-Ministry front line workers in supporting Metis people.