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Red Sky Métis Independent Nation, Ontario (Canada)

Last modified: 2021-12-24 by rick wyatt
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[Red Sky Métis Independent Nation flag] image by Vanja Poposki, 19 November 2021

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The Band

Red Sky Métis Independent Nation™ (RSMIN) consists of descendents of the 84 “half-breeds” who were recognized by the Crown as beneficiaries and annuitants under the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850, in concurrence with the First Nation peoples. However, RSMIN is distinct from the First Nation peoples, by ways of our traditional lands, traditions, customs, and practices.

The RSMIN People are Aboriginal people as defined by the Constitution Act of 1982, and descendent of the beneficiaries to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850.
Vanja Poposki, 19 November 2021

The Flag

News from 03.11.2021 about the flag of the Red Sky Metis Independent Nation.

"The flag design represents our unique heritage. The Canoe, Beaver pellet, Gun and Paddle represents our traditional way of life as Trappers and Hunters. The 84 represents that we are the descendants of the 84 half breeds that were mentioned by Robinson in the creation of the Robinson Superior Treaty in 1850. The Fort and Teepee represents bridging the way of life between Indigenous and European peoples. The Fleur-de-lis and Medicine Wheel represents that we are mixed descendants. The Trees and Lakes represent the land scape on NWO. The Red Sky represents the navigational and forecasting tools that our ancestors used and for which we are named."
Vanja Poposki, 19 November 2021