After years of litigation, the Supreme Court of Canada in Daniels v. Canada made a historic declaration that Métis and non-status Aboriginal peoples are “Indians” within the meaning of section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867. This decision has the potential to fundamentally alter the relationship between the Federal Government and Métis and non-status Aboriginal peoples. As such, it is necessary to understand the decision and how it will be interpreted and implemented going forward. This forum brings together integral figures involved in the Daniels case as well as nationally recognized experts in the areas of Métis rights, constitutional law, and Aboriginal law. Our expert faculty will provide you with a thorough and balanced examination of the important consequences arising out of the Daniels decision.