all other Métis people in the province. It is made up of an
provincial president and vice-president and elected zone presidents and vice-presidents from each of
zones across Alberta.
“Harvesting” in this case means gathering renewable resources like fish, birds, and plants for food. The Métis believe that harvesting rights are part of their
as one of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples
by the Constitution.
to create an agreement that would recognize the Métis’ right to hunt, trap, and fish year round.
to promote Métis rights
to improve the education, health, social and economic conditions of Alberta’s Métis people
to provide Métis people opportunities to participate in government policy and decisions
to speak on behalf of the Métis to governments, industry and communities
to speak for the Métis people
Each of the 12 regions has a regional council with an elected regional president and vice-president and Métis representatives.
A General Assembly each year discusses policies and activities.
All members have equal decision-making powers.
All members elect a provincial president and vice president.
All members are appointed by the Alberta Provincial Government
in the Royal Proclamation of 1763 . As a result, Métis people felt that they were treated
of the Métis people of Alberta.”
in Alberta. The MNAA persuaded the Alberta government to create
Métis settlements in 1938.
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