Indigenous Voters Across Canada Participate in Elections and Community Surveys
Over the course of the last few months, First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples across the country have been voting in various elections and partaking in community surveys, managed by OneFeather.
The following communities joined this round of voting and/or community surveys:
- High Bar First Nation, established in the 1860s and located in the Fraser-Canyon Cariboo region of British Columbia.
- c̓išaaʔatḥ (Tseshaht) First Nation, one of the 14 Nations that are part of western Vancouver Island.
- Canim Lake Band, members of The Shuswap Nation and whom are also known as "people of standing rock".
- Métis Nation BC (MNBC) recognized in 1996 as the representative organization for Métis in BC.
- Bigstone Cree, the second-largest Nation in Alberta and with over 5,000 members consisting of three communities, Calling Lake, Chipewyan Lake, and Wabasca.
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