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A person who wants to become a member of one of the 8 Metis Settlements must apply to one of those councils for membership approval.
In order to be considered for membership, the applicant must:
- have Canadian Indigenous ancestry
- identify with Métis history and culture
- be 18 years old
- have been a member of a Metis Settlement or have lived in Alberta for the past 5 years
- have or will have suitable living accommodation in the Settlement area
- be committed to living in the Settlement area and preserving a peaceful community
For current members, send us an email with your updated contact information to [email protected].
Apply to the desired Settlement Council.
Consideration of application by the Settlement Council.
Decision on the application by the Council – A Settlement Council must consider every application for membership made to it within 90 days of the application being received at the Settlement office.
Connect with Metis Settlements Land Registry – Membership:
Metis Settlements Land Registry
9th Floor, Forestry Building
9920 108 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2M4
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