This factsheet explores Métis identity and the politics of Métis citizenship, as well as outlines five key historical events that compose understandings of Métis nationhood. The factsheet explores historical moments of politically conscious actions taken by the Métis and highlights the Manitoba Act as a agreed-upon treaty that the Canadian government is still obligated to fulfill.
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Gaudry, A. & Leroux, D. (2016). "White Settler Revisionism & Making Métis Everywhere." https://vimeo.com/187758863
Gaudry, A. (2016). “Are the Métis Treaty People?”[YouTube video]. UWinnipeg Lecture. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU8b5QFB53gSitara
Métis National Council. https://www2.metisnation.ca/