Community Associations provide a shared sense of citizenship and inclusion, enriching the quality of life and well being of their communities. A FVMA membership will provide opportunities to connect and engage with the community. There are 2 types of FVMA memberships:
Individuals who claim Métis heritage, who self-identify as Métis, are of historic Métis Nation Ancestry, and are distinct from other Aboriginal peoples may apply to the Board of Directors to be a Member of the Society
FVMA Associate Member
A FVMA Associate Member is an individual who has a cultural, familial or historic connection with Members of the Society and who wish to enjoin with Métis Citizens in celebrating the Métis cultural heritage. FVMA Associate Members are not deemed as Métis Citizens and not entitled to a vote.
For more information please read FVMA’s Bylaws
How to register for FVMA citizenship
If you do not have an MNBC Citizen Card number (#) Click here to be directly linked to MNBC’s Citizen Card application:
What happens next?
Once MNBC Central Registry has verified and validated the information they will contact FVMA directly via email to see that you are accepted by FVMA as your local community.
FVMA will then verify your information and reply to MNBC as the last step in acceptance as a registered MNBC Métis Citizen.
Once you receive or you already have your MNBC Citizenship Card # continue to Step 2
Fill out the Application form below to request a FVMA Membership Application to be mailed out to you.
Once FVMA has received your application, a FVMA Citizenship Card will be issued and you will be notified via email and/or telephone.