Métis Nation British Columbia

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The Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC), formerly Métis Provincial Council of British Columbia, is the main organization representing Métis people in British Columbia, Canada. The current president is Clara Morin-Dal Col, the Vice-president is Lissa Smith.

Further reading[edit]

  • Andrews, G. S. Metis Outpost Memoirs of the First Schoolmaster at the Metis Settlement of Kelly Biitch, B.C., 1923-1925. Victoria, B.C., Canada: G.S. Andrews, 1985. ISBN 0-9692169-0-4
  • Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah Dorion, and Audreen Hourie. Métis legacy Michif culture, heritage, and folkways. Métis legacy series, v. 2. Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 2006. ISBN 0-920915-80-9
  • Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah Dorion and Darren Prefontaine. "Metis Legacy: A Historiography and Annotated Bibliography". Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications Inc. and Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 2001. ISBN 1-894717-03-1
  • Desjarlais, N. Colin. The Rights of the Métis in British Columbia. Vancouver: Native Programs, Legal Services Society of British Columbia, 1995. ISBN 0-7726-2466-6
  • Evans, Mike. What It Is to Be a Métis The Stories and Recollections of the Elders of the Prince George Métis Elders Society. Prince George, BC: UNBC Press, 1999. ISBN 1-896315-08-9
  • Goulet, George and Goulet, Terry. The Metis in British Columbia: From Fur Trade Outposts to Colony. Vancouver, BC & Calgary, AB: FabJob, 2008. ISBN 978-1-897286-29-6
  • Inkster, Rene. The Métis of British Columbia Fundamental Reading and Writing Exercises. [Victoria]: BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology, 2001.
  • Point, Leona. Metis People of Quesnel People of Mixed Heritage Living in the North Cariboo of British Columbia. Quesnel, B.C.: Quesnel Tillicum Society], 1994. ISBN 1-895795-02-8

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