What criteria must be met for an individual to prove they are a member of a Métis community and are able to exercise that communitys Aboriginal right?
An individual must first demonstrate membership in a present-day Métis community that can trace its existence back to an historic Métis community with a distinctive culture. To prove membership, an individual must: self-identify as Métis, have an ancestral connection to an historic Métis community, and be accepted as a member by this community. The Supreme Court decision also stated that self-identification should not be of “recent vintage”-that is, made only to claim an Aboriginal right under s.35.
- Assuming all other revenue recognition criteria are met (other than the issues raised with respect to the acceptance provision), when should Company A recognize revenue on this transaction?
- If an individual has qualifying swim time for varsity, will he be able to compete at that level?
- What if an individual is not able to attend an engagement session?