noun, Canadian.
a member of any of the numerous indigenous groups registered as Indians under the federal Indian Act, having special rights and privileges and usually living on a reservation.
status Indian
(Canadian) a member of a native Canadian people who is registered as an Indian under the federal Indian Act


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