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Bursary Application

To apply for a Bursary from the McMurray Métis, click apply here and complete the online Bursary Application Form.


McMurray Métis Membership

To apply for a membership of the McMurray Métis please complete the Membership Application Form or visit our office.


Contact Us

To contact the McMurray Métis please click the button below or visit our office. Looking forward to hearing from you.

McMurray Métis and COVID 19

The health and safety of our members and staff is of the utmost importance to McMurray Métis.

Considering the new guidelines around COVID-19 announced by the Government of Alberta, we will be taking precautionary measures to keep our staff, members and visitors as safe as possible.

Office doors will remain locked throughout the day.  If you have a scheduled meeting with any of our staff, you must call reception to gain entry and then sign in, have your temperature checked and wear a face mask.

All events and or meetings will be held virtually.

Please check social media for further updates and if you have any questions call the office 780-743-2659.


The McMurray Métis (Métis Local # 1935) was founded in 1987 and governed under the bylaws of the Métis Nation of Alberta by an elected Local Council, McMurray Métis is accountable to its membership with a mandate to pursue the advancement of the Métis people of Fort McMurray and northeastern Alberta.

The Métis are one of the recognized Aboriginal peoples of Canada under Section 35(2) of the Constitution Act, 1982. The mission of McMurray Métis is to pursue the advancement of the Métis people of Fort McMurray and northeastern Alberta. Achieving this requires the ongoing promotion, pursuit, and defence of the Aboriginal constitutional and other rights.

This occurs through engagement with governments, regulatory agencies, stakeholder organizations, and the courts when necessary.


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