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Métis Nation Scores Massive Victory in Daniels Decision

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Easter greetings from President Chartier

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Federal Court of Appeal decision in Daniels to be released Thursday April 17

Ottawa, ON (April 16, 2014) – MNC President Clément Chartier QC will be available for interviews regarding the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling in the Daniels case following the decision’s release expected the morning of April 17, 2014. Continue reading

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Agenda Set for 2014 MNC General Assembly

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CBC Exposes the True Story of the Bell of Batoche

The Métis National Council joins with MMF President David Chartrand in applauding the CBC documentary “The Mystery of the Bell” that aired on April 10, 2014. Continue reading

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A statement from the Métis National Council on the Passing of Former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty

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The Journey of Reconciliation

Métis National Council President Chartier along with a delegation of Métis residential school survivors and youth joined Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Alberta National Event in Edmonton from March 27-30, 2014. Continue reading

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TRC NATIONAL EVENT CONTINUES A FRUSTRATING PROCESS FOR THE MÉTIS NATION

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Toward a Métis Nation Education Strategy

March 25, 2014 Vancouver, BC: The Métis National Council held a Seminar on Métis Education on March 24 & 25, where political representatives of the Governing Members of the Métis National Council, education experts and officials discussed ways to improve Métis outcomes in education. Continue reading

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Democratic Rule Restored to Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (MNS)

Ottawa, ON (March 21, 2014): President Clément Chartier applauded today’s decision of the Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan to nullify actions of MNS President Robert Doucette that had threatened the ouster of twelve democratically elected members of the Provincial Métis Council (PMC). Continue reading

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