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

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One Response to Canadian Court Rules Métis and Non-Status Indians are Indians

  1. Reblogged this on Looking Back Woman-Suzanne Dupree blog and commented:
    About time, eh?
    If this wasn’t the case, AIM would not have a leg to stand on as being tribal leaders….

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