MNBC Citizenship Act
Registry Guide to Métis Citizenship

Registry Guide (PDF)

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We have a new and improved as presented by the Métis Youth British Columbia (MYBC) and the Métis Nation BC (MNBC). Learn more about this project by clicking on the title link.

Métis Nation Relationship Accord

In May of 2006, the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Province of British Columbia signed the Métis Nation Relationship Accord to signify a positive working relationship for the 69,475 (2011 Census) self-identified Métis in British Columbia.

Citizenship Application Package

Download, print, and complete applicable form if you are not using the online Métis citizenship application form.

Printable (PDF) Youth Citizenship App Short Form May, 2018

The age for legal purposes and decision making as an adult  in Canada is 19 yrs. and older. Please be sure all applications for individuals 18yrs and younger are signed off by the parent/legal guardian.

Important Notice When Applying for Minor Aged Children - (Citizenship for Children/Youth in Care)

MCFD Staff & Extended Families in the position of guardianship of minor aged children in their care are requested to contact the MNBC Central Registry directly obtain an application package.

Jeanie Cardinal – Assistant Provincial Registrar
MNBC Central Registry
107 - 5668 192nd St
Surrey BC V3S 2V7
Toll free: 1-800-940-1150

Laurel Katernick – Director of Registry
MNBC Central Registry
107 - 5668 192nd St
Surrey BC V3S 2V7 
Toll free: 1-800-940-1150

Citizenship Application Step 2 (Online Application Supplement)

Download, print, and complete this form if you are using the online Métis citizenship application form and have lost your supplemental document download.

Who Do I Contact For Help With My Application?
Change of Address Form
Métis Registration Guide

Information guide on how to apply for Métis Citizenship, frequently asked questions, and what to expect from the application process.

Registration Guide
What's In Your Wallet?
Citizenship Registry Operational Highlights
Citizenship Statistics
How Important Are Our Chartered Communities to the Métis Nation?
The Métis (Publication)