First Nations families file constitutional challenge to regain Indian status

Several First Nation families are filing a constitutional challenge in the Supreme Court of B.C. over a process called 'enfranchisement.' Their families lost their Indian status generations ago, when they traded it in for Canadian citizenship which allowed them to vote, own property and avoid residential schools.

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