Non status Native People

“Non-status Indians” commonly refers to people who identify themselves as Indians but who are not entitled to registration on the Indian Register pursuant to the Indian Act. Some of them may be members of a First Nation.

The Office of the  Federal Interlocutor works with Métis, non-status Indian and urban Aboriginal organizations, as well as with provincial governments where appropriate, to find practical ways to improve the quality of life of Métis, non-status Indians and urban Aboriginal people.


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