History Epilogue 2

History Epilogue 2

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  • I need support and I am aware of who my people have to work with to satisfy their grievances
  •  November 1869: Riel gathered support from among both the francophone and anglophone Métis communities, aware that his people must work with the more reticent, less organized anglophones to satisfy their grievances
  • We will support you Riel
  • Representatives of the rebel colonists were summoned to an elected convention, which in December proclaimed a provisional government, soon headed by Riel.
  • A provisional government has been proclaimed
  • I am the head
  • January 1870: Riel gained the support of most of the anglophone community in a second convention, which agreed to form a representative provisional government to discuss terms of entry into Confederation
  • Do we have an agreement?
  • We do sir
  • 1885: After his execution, Riel became the martyr of the Metis
  • We members of the government deem the late Louis Riel the martyr of the Metis 
  •  2007: Manitoba recognized him with a public holiday held annually in February
  • We shall have a holiday to honour Louis Riel and his legacy
  • For the Métis, 16 November, the day of Riel’s execution, is a national public commemoration of Riel’s life and the struggles he led
  • Let us honour the man who helped us get to where we are today
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