Tag Archives: Daniels v. Canada

Canadian Supreme Court Rules Métis, Off-reserve Indigenous People Require Federal Recognition

Download decision here. Link to previous post here.  

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Canadian Federal Court of Appeal affirms that 400,000 Métis have Indian status

In a historic decision, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal today affirmed a 2013 Federal Court ruling that Métis are “Indians” under section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867.  The decision impacts approximately 350,00 – 400,000 Métis in Canada.  The court … Continue reading

Posted in Aboriginal Rights, Author: Wenona T. Singel, Métis | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Canadian Court Rules Métis and Non-Status Indians are Indians

Here is news coverage. Thanks to R.F., one of our Senior Canadian Correspondents. The 175-page opinion is here. And here: Daniels v Canada

Posted in Aboriginal Rights, Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher, News, Research | Tagged , | 1 Comment