Daniels v Canada Supreme Court Ruling of 2016
AAMS Members (from left to right) Paul Tufts, Alyre Theriault, Seb Malette and Joseph Jacquard at Seb Malette's talk about Metis history on the Eastern Coast held at Dalhousie University in the Spring of 2016.
The Supreme Court Ruling: Daniels v. Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Development), 2016 SCC 12:
The history: Treaty of 1725 with tribes of Nova Scotia, some New England areas:
About the ruling:
Dr. Sébastien Malette, Assistant Professor - Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University, speaks about the ruling - in plain, constructive language for the everyday Métis.
The proof: Dr. Sébastien Malette cites proof of Acadian Métis in Eastern Canada in a video taped seminar.
About Métis in Eastern Canada:
At Sessions @Schulich, March 8, 2016, Schulich Law's Daphne Williamson and Professor Sebastien Malette debunk the myths concerning the existence of legimate rights-bearing Métis and other unrecognized Aboriginal communities in Eastern Canada.
The tribute: The life and times of Harry Daniels Sept 16, 1940 - Sept 6, 2004