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We are mixed Descendants of First Nation People
INVITATION TO ALL PEOPLE

We invite all indigenous
leaders and people from
everywhere in Canada to talk
with us! Our community seeks
understanding and reciprocity
that leads to unity and possible
mutual accords. From our
perspective government
reconciliation is a disguised
attempt to continue the
assimilation process inherited
from British jurisprudence.
What is your perspective?
WHY BECOME A MEMBER?
You owe it to your
descendants to self identify as
indigenous.  Our family group
is proactive in that we are not
waiting to be recognized as a
rights bearing community. As
a member you will be
qualified for whatever benefits
you are entitled to. We are
doing this with our
comprehensive indigenous
lineage record where each
member has developed a
documented dossier verifying
indigenous identity pursuant
to the 2016 Daniels supreme
court decision. Join now for
free! Your effort will make
your family proud!
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METIS IDENTITY WAS CONFIRMED April 14, 2016 BY THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA!

The Daniel’s supreme court judgment April 14, 2016 made a very important ruling. Something consistantly overlooked by government and proponents of the Powley decision:

https://scc-csc.lexum.com/scc-csc/scc-cscm/1ex.do

Held: The first declaration should be granted: Métis and non-status Indians are “Indians” under s. 91(24) . The appeal should therefore be allowed in part. The Federal Court of Appeal’s conclusion that the first declaration should exclude non-status Indians or apply only to those Métis who meet the Powley criteria, should be set aside……..”

To make this judgement more clearly stated, in the background summary, of the Daniels decision, section:

"[17]  There is no consensus on who is considered Métis or a non-status Indian, nor need there be......'Métis'....can be used as a general term for anyone with mixed European and Aboriginal heritage....." 

BREAKING NEWS August 2021
Genealogical evidence of indigenous ancestry to an historcal First Nation community satisfies the Powley test for Metis identity under section 35 (1)

August 5, 2021, Keith Boucher v Canada (Her Majesty the Queen)  Court of Appeal of New Brunswick. Section (26), (27), (29)

https://www.courtsnb-coursnb.ca/content/dam/courts/pdf/appeal-appel/decisions/2021/08/2021-08-05-boucher-v-r.pdf

BREAKING NEWS March 24, 2022
The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed New Brunswick appeal of the Boucher decision!


https://decisions.scc-csc.ca/scc-csc/scc-l-csc-a/en/item/19251/index.do
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