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Before our children are admitted to Catholic schools, we are being forced to pay the recent ‘sins’ committed by parents or grand parents who participated in the Resistance.
It wasn’t until the 1930s & 1940s that the government attempted to address the social, economic, and political marginalization of the Métis people in the prairies. Most government attempts were failures, providing the Métis little tools to increase self-determination. Real progressive initiatives instead originated from Métis leaders who by fighting to have Métis concerns brought view, realised such legislation like The Métis Betterment Act in 1938.
Impacts from the North-West Resistance were felt throughout Canada to this day. The influences from the Resistance were varied and served to progress and repress multiple interests. It provided a rational to finish the railway, served as a political tool in Quebec, and materialized as a “common enemy” to placate settler dissent in Manitoba.
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