I don’t suspect that this is an exhaustive list, so please let me know of any others out there.
- Métis National Council:The MNC’s central goal is to secure a healthy space for the Métis Nation’s on-going existence within the Canadian federation.
- Métis Women Canada: The Métis Women’s Circle is a charitable organization that works to build community amongst urbanized Aboriginal women and their families locally and nationally.
- Métis Nation of Alberta: Since its inception in 1928, the MNA has existed to advocate on behalf of and meet the needs and aspirations of Métis people in Alberta.
- antidote: Established in 2002, antidote is an award-winning grassroots network and community-based organization of over 180 multiracial girls and women in Victoria, British Columbia.
- HapaPalooza:Celebrating Mixed Heritage Creating a Community for People with Mixed Roots and Hybrid Identity in Vancouver and beyond!
- Métis Nation of BC: Métis Nation British Columbia develops and enhances opportunities for Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services.
- Labrador Métis Nation: As a not-for-profit organization, the LMN is committed to promoting and ensuring the basic human rights of its members as Aboriginal persons, and the collective recognition of these rights by all levels of government.
- Northwest Territories Métis Nation: The Northwest Territory Métis Nation is comprised of the indigenous Métis originally from the South Slave in the Northwest Territories.
- Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia: Their goal is to help the EWMN reach their full potential and realize Economic, Cultural, Social and spiritual wellness, while becoming more economically independent and self-reliant.
- Making Sense of One youth group at St. Stephen’s Community House.
- Métis Nation of Ontario: In 1993, the Métis Nation of Ontario (“MNO”) was established through the will of Métis people and Métis communities coming together throughout Ontario to create a Métis-specific governance structure.
- Mixed Students Association at York aka MSAY is dedicated to equality and increasing awareness of mixed-heritage issues.
- Nation Métis Québec: La Nation Métis du Québec s’organise avec l’aide de son Secrétariat pour éduquer et aider ses citoyens/nes et ses représentants du Gouvernement provisoire à promouvoir leur droits légaux, politiques et sociaux ainsi que la participation et la représentation de la population Métis au sein de leurs départements et organisations corporatives, communautaire et nationales et formuler le périmètre de la reconnaissance de la Nation.
- Métis Nation of Saskatchewan: The Métis Nation – Saskatchewan’s legislative assembly, has the authority to enact legislation and resolutions regarding the affairs and conduct of the Métis people of Saskatchewan.
- Critical Mixed Race Studies: This group is for scholars doing critical mixed race studies to connect with each other and with community workers and cultural producers.
- Hip Hapa Homeez: In Hawai’ian pidgin, “hapa” means “half”. Anyone who is biracial, blended, mestizo, mixed-race, multiethnic, transracially adopted, or who crosses cultures is “hapa”. And, since we’re all hip and homeez, too, we are hip hapa homeez.
- Mixed Heritage Coalition: This group was established in order to address the issue of attaining a much needed medium of communication between those of mixed heritage backgrounds at school. Building a community & holding each other up.
- Mix’d Messages: Mix’d Messages is a blog featuring the work of many different contributors who identify as mixed race/multi-racial/of mixed heritage/ biracial/having diverse ethnic backgrounds/of diaspora/[insert your preferred terminology here].
- The Topaz Club: Founded in January, 2004, The Topaz Club (better known as ‘TTC’) is an online-based social/support sisterhood for biracial/multiracial women and girls who are of partial African descent – in combination with other heritages.