Manitoba First Nations SchoolNet, a division of Keewatin Tribal Council under the Special Projects Department, has been the Manitoba delivery agent of INAC’s First Nations SchoolNet program since 2003. Through this funding, MFNS provides connectivity services, technical support, youth employment and other services to 84 First Nations Schools and 61 CAP sites in Manitoba.
What We Do
Promote the use and adoption of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) by Aboriginal and remote communities
Advocate for the adoption and use of ICT by Aboriginal and remote communities
Connect Aboriginal and remote communities to the world
Educate Aboriginal people and members of remote communities in the uses and applications of ICT
Encourage the development and the ongoing utilization of ICT in Aboriginal and remote communities
Implement resources for Aboriginal and remote communities
Facilitate access to ICT
Broker the establishment of ICT by working with government and communities
Enable Aboriginal and remote community residents to participate in the 21st century economy
Who We Serve
Aboriginal and remote communities
First Nations schools
Aboriginal and remote community members
Values & Guiding Principles
Innovative and adaptable.
Client centred – personalized, professional and responsive to individual client needs
Fair and equitable
Manitoba First Nations SchoolNet (MFNS) promotes the use and adoption of Information Communication Technologies by Aboriginal and remote communities facilitating access to the 21st century digital economy.
Manitoba First Nation SchoolNet will be a leader in skills development, research, and Information Communication Technologies access and innovation in Aboriginal and remote communities.
If you are interested in learning more about our programs or services, please contact us.