Actually I was being sarcastic, as I do not believe there is a difference between First Nations and Metis other than Treaties for Bands and Metis having been given personal land grants.
Currently, the Métis Nation does not have a Constitution. However, Métis people from throughout the Homeland have consistently expressed their desire to have a Métis Nation Constitution in order to strengthen Métis nationalism and build a stronger and more effective national governance structure. This site maintained by the Metis National Council has been created to provide Métis citizens, from throughout the Homeland, an opportunity to be aware of, updated on, and participate in the Métis Nation's constitutional development process.
Of course there are Metis east of Manitoba, but have you personally tried to get land that was promised or status those Metis east of Manitoba deserve to have? The fight for Metis status in the east is ongoing and recognition of right is slowly accummulating.
For example, my daughter's heritage on her father's side is Mi'kmaq and French. Her father's family should have had full status and Metis status years ago, and only now is it becoming possible. The treaty rights were only recognized in 1986 and rights have had to be fought for ever since.
The Santé Mawiómi announced that October 1st would be known as "Treaty Day" to commemorate the relationship between the Míkmaq and Her Majesty.