The Métis Nation has a long history of political activism and engagement which predates the Canadian Confederation by more than 50 years. This chronology focuses on Métis living in present-day Saskatchewan with some references to the Métis Nation of Western Canada.
2007: (October 19).In R. v. Belhumeur, the Saskatchewan Provincial Court ruled that Don Belhumeur, a Métis from Regina, had an Aboriginal right to fish without a licence because he belongs to an historic Métis community, which includes Regina and the Qu’Appelle Valley. This case used a key “test” from the 2003 Powley ruling whereby Aboriginal harvesting rights could be implemented in a region if a Métis appellant could prove connection to a historic Métis community. The Province of Saskatchewan still has not reversed its decision to allow Métis across the province the Aboriginal right to hunt and fish.
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