Youth: Caedmon Kovacs the Langley & White Rock Métis Association’s appointed Youth Representative and is responsible for communicating the needs of the community's youth to the board of directors. Youth who are currently enrolled in school may find several helpful links below for unique scholarships available to Métis youth. Youth searching for employment can access several links below which list available opportunities. Exciting opportunities for our youth may be found on the calendar page which shows all upcoming community events
Women & LGBTQIA+: Danielle Harris is Waceya Métis Society's appointed Womens & LGBTQIA+ Representative, the community contact to the Métis Women of British Columbia (MWBC). The MWBC is committed to promoting opportunities for Métis women to share their skills and accomplishments and to achieve their full potential. The MWBC will advocate on behalf of all Métis women and support them in maintaining their pride in who they are, in retaining the culture, language and traditions of the Métis people, in nurturing healthy families and communities through sustaining a healthy lifestyle, in respecting the diversity and uniqueness of all Métis people, in honouring our Elders and valuing their knowledge and in managing and preserving our natural resources for future generations.. Several useful resources have been listed below for women in our community. Upcoming community gatherings may be found on the calendar page which shows all upcoming events.
Elders: Maxine Lavallee and Phil Lavallee is the Langley & White Rock Métis Association’s appointed Community Elder and supports the association by providing Métis knowledge and cultural guidance to the board of directors and leadership council. Elders are recognized for their wisdom, their stability, their humour and their ability to know what is appropriate in a particular situation.e