In attendance at the hearing were MNA President Audrey Poitras and Metis National Council President Clement Chartier.
What does MNC stand for?
MNC stands for Metis National Council
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The definition adopted by the five provincial Metis government organizations, as well as the Metis National Council, is, "Metis means a person who self-identifies as Metis, is distinct from other Aboriginal peoples, is of historic Metis Nation ancestry, and is accepted by the Metis Nation.
Metis National Council president Clem Chartier was Phillip's uncle.
This press release is transmitted on behalf of Metis National Council.
Gerald Morin, president of the Metis National Council, declared: "It [the decision] sends the message to all governments across Canada and to Ottawa that clearly these rights exist -- we are a people, we exist in this country" (ibid).
When the case is heard in February, the Siksika and Blood First Nations will also get a chance to speak as they have been granted intervener status along with the Metis National Council.
OTTAWA David Chartrand, vicepresident of the Metis National Council, said the federal government is finally listening to the concerns of the three major national Aboriginal organizations in cutting all funding to the National Aboriginal Health Organization.
Proposals will be sent to private companies, representatives and veterans associations throughout the Metis Nation homeland and to the Metis National Council.