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Lois Riel and the members of the Provisoional government. Ready to start with new land that would help maintain order.
The Metis people wanted a leader for the metis so they could get the goverment to pay attention to them, so Gabriel Durmont went to talk to Lois Riel about making him their leader. (Metis Bll Of Rights Being discused between Lois Riel and Gabriel. Dumont. In the spring of 1884.)
Seizure of Fort Garry by the metis people who were determined to fight for their rights.
Schultz and his men prepared to attack Fort Garry. But Riel took the offensive and seized 45 of the men and kept them prisoner inside the fort. Schultz eventually escaped and the other prisoners were released in early February 1870 without incident. Later that month, some of Schultz's men regrouped and again they were captured by Riel and held at Fort Garry.
Ha Ha. You are captured
Among Schultz's men was a big, aggressive man from Ontario named Thomas Scott. While held at Fort Garry, Scott continually insulted the guards and threatened to shoot Riel if he was ever freed. Riel's actions to date had been moderate, but with Scott he overreacted and appointed a military tribunal to try the prisoner for treason. On March 4, 1870, Scott was convicted, sentenced to death and executed by a firing squad in the courtyard of Fort Garry.
The Orange Order was a political and religious fraternal society in Canada. From the early 19th century, members proudly defended Protestantism and the British connection while providing mutual aid. The Order had a strong influence in politics, particularly through patronage at the municipal level, and developed a reputation for sectarianism and rioting.no fewer than four Prime Ministers —including Sir John A. Macdonald (as shown here) and at least 10 premiers belonged to the Order, as did countless mayors from coast to coast.
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