The Métis people are a distinct nation with their own language, culture, and traditions. For information on Métis identity visit Indigenous Foundations. All Métis settlements in Canada are located in Alberta. See the following resources for more information:
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The Métis Settlements Act of 1990 established the current eight settlements in Alberta. An online copy of the act, current as of June 1, 2015, is available here. There are eight Métis settlements in Canada, all of which are located in Alberta, including:
Each settlement has an elected Settlement Council. All eight councils make up the Métis Settlements General Council (MSGC).
In the Yukon
In the Northwest Territories