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Please join MCNS and ISC at our registration event on May 31st

Generations of persons, including those who may have been previously denied, are now entitled to registration or could become newly eligible. Join us in the Bent Arrow Gymnasium, 11648 85 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 3E5. Register or renew your Status Card at this in-person event, supported by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).

If you have any questions about Status, the Indian Act, Bill S-3 or Bill C-38, drop in and we will be happy to help.


You will require the following documents, but if you don’t have them, you can attend and learn which documents are needed:

• An original proof of birth document (with parental information)

• Original valid photo identification

Possibly:

• a copy of any custody documents (for a child 15 or younger)

• Marriage or baptismal certificates

• Your ancestor’s Treaty/status number

• Family tree chart



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