WSMNO welcomes newest representative
Updated: Apr 16, 2020
On March 4, 2014, the Métis Nation of Ontario Women’s Secretariat (WSMNO) appointed Rosalyn Adele Calder as their newest representative.
Calder is an active volunteer in her Métis community in Fort Frances. She has been a member of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Sunset Country Métis Council since 1997 and has been active on its Board of Directors since 2005. Calder is also a volunteer with MNO Victim Services in Fort Frances. Additionally, Calder is very committed to the Special Olympics and has been volunteering with the organization for many years.
Calder is very proud of her family. She is a mother of three and grandmother of six. She enjoys spending time with her grandkids, kids, family and friends. Calder is the daughter of Gordon Calder who was the recipient of the MNO Suzanne Rochon-Burnett Volunteer of the Year Award in 2012.
The WSMNO posted a vacancy notice for a woman representative on January 20, 2014. Interested candidates were asked to send in a letter of interest and resume to be considered for the position. As the February 10, 2014 deadline there were a total of six nominations for the vacant position. All applications were sent to the WSMNO for their consideration in appointing the successful candidate.
Thank you to all who applied and congratulations to Rosalyn Calder.