METIS RESOLUTIONS OF THE NCC 1992 & 1994 ANNUAL ASSEMBLIES

METIS RESOLUTIONS OF THE NCC 1992 & 1994 ANNUAL ASSEMBLIES

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Métis Resolutions of the NCC 1992 & 1994 Annual Assemblies .Please click on the link below to find them all . They are still pending today and should be addressed.

https://web.archive.org/web/20000417164 ... s1992.html

The following resolution was unanimously passed by the 1992 Annual Assembly of the Native Council of Canada (NCC) --now the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP)--as proposed by Métis constitutents and Affiliate Presidents who were concerned over the Metis National Council's (MNC) failed attempt to restrict the definintion of Métis during the Charlottetown Conference process. The rest of the resolutions presented here were also passed unanimously by the 1994 NCC Annual Assembly after a two-day workshop of the Confederacy of Métis Peoples held at that Assembly.


NCC 1992 Annual General Assembly Resolution #13

Whereas the Native Council of Canada (NCC) exists to represent off-reserve Aboriginal people, including Métis people in Canada, and

Whereas the Native Council of Canada negotiated the term ìMétisî into the Constitution Act 1982 with the intention of accommodating all of its Métis constituents, and

Whereas the Metis National Council (MNC) has announced its intention to pursue an agreement with Federal and provincial governments which will create a definition of Métis which will exclude all Métis not within the political infrastructure of the organizations named in the Metis Accord,

Therefore be it resolved that affiliates of the NCC form a Confederacy of Métis peoples within the NCC to address this and other concerns of the Métis peoples of the NCC, and

Be it further resolved that this Confederacy of Métis Peoples be authorized by this Assembly to invite other Métis peoples and organizations to associate themselves with the Confederacy for the above stated purposes, and

Be it further resolved that this Confederacy be authorized to approach the Metis National Council with a view to developing a co-operative and mutually beneficial resolution to the issues raised in the Metis Nation Accord, and

Be it further resolved that if such negotiations should fail, the Confederacy of Métis Peoples be authorized to take such other legitimate action as may be necessary to insure equity of access to all Aboriginal and Treaty rights applicable to them and to initiate such action as may be necessary to defend themselves against abrogation and derogation of their rights by virtue of the implementation of the Metis Nation Accord or any part thereof.
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