All NEW members are subject to the new membership criteria. All members will require a genealogy done prior to the renewal of their membership. If your membership expires within 6 months or less you must submit both applications Genealogy (MGCC) and Membership together.
We do NOT accept genealogy from any other source, ONLY accept Métis Genealogical Centre of Canada (MGCC) genealogy must have their copy write on it to be valid. We DO NOT accept shared genealogy from Brother, Sister, Niece, Nephew, Auntie, Uncle or Grandparent.
Note: in all cases, if you are referring to a parental genealogy, you must submit all supporting documents birth or baptism showing their name, If you do not have this document for extenuating circumstance (adoption) please supply a valid certified letter by a commissioner of oaths.
To make the payment of $125.00 for Membership can be done on the websites at www.metisgcc.com or www.canadianmetiscouncil.com on the membership page through the Paypal button or you can E-Transfer (firstname.lastname@example.org using your last name as the password) to this email or money order to address listed below.
Canadian Metis Council Central Processing
212 Henderson Hwy Unit 3
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2L 1L8
506-356-7596 or 204-417-4727
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me by email or phone
Prices and timeframes are subject to change without notice
***Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE/NON-TRANSFERABLE***
Any future denied applications will have their funds processed NO EXCEPTIONS, the funds will be allocated to "Administrative Fees". You will be charged again for application costs.
Returned payments are subject to an NSF fee of $50.00 that may be collected upon through legal means.
WE NO LONGER ACCEPT PERSONAL CHEQUES
UPDATING APPLICATION LOST/STOLEN CARD
Print off and fill in page 2 and 3 of application
Add 1 citizenship size picture (PASSPORT PHOTOS ONLY)
Add processing $50.00 per applicant. Fees subject to change without notice
Please note that the Renewal date stays the same as on old card
Canadian Métis Council - Intertribal