Metis Weddings-Unions in Quebec

Metis Unions & Weddings in Quebec: 

The present study is exposing an analysis of researches conducted from 2006 to 2017 containing the results of genealogical researches from people requesting the Aboriginal Status and / or Métis status in connection with the records of membership of some Band Councils in Quebec. It was conducted by Eric Pouliot-Thisdale, graduate in social sciences and member of the Faculty of Human Science from University of Quebec iMontreal, during university studies and involvements in a student association. 

He is an acknowledged researcher since 17 years in the field of public archives of various sources, including historical and demographic archives and conducted several researches for Band Councils political land claims, as well as for particulars.

Presently researcher for the Band Council of his community, Kanehsatake, and a contributing writer and historical columnist for the weekly paper from the Kahnawake community, award winner of the best business, education stories from the Quebec Community Newspaper Association on 2016:

The Eastern Door, Kahnawake weekly newspaper  


A PDF-version of a free-online book was published on the website of Library and Archives Canada in 2016:

Métis unions and claims in Quebec /Eric Pouliot-Thisdale. 32 pages.

Métis Unions and Status Claims in Quebec, Analyse conducted from 2006 to 2009 Eric Pouliot 

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