A Federal Court Judge Ruled That Canada's Métis and Non Status Indians Do Qualify as Indians Under the 1967 Constitution Act. Laurie Graham Reports on the Implications of the Decision

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In a landmark ruling, the Federal Court has said that Métis and non-status Indians are indeed "Indians" under federal jurisdiction as defined by a section of the Constitution Act.
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