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GATEWAY TO A NATIONAL DREAM (Chapter 3 of 4)

3 — The Goal In the fall of 1869, Canada invaded the North-West Territories. A 25-year-old Métis, a failed priest and indifferent law clerk, said, Wait a minute! You didn’t ask me. Canada did not ask the Métis of Assiniboia … Continue reading

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MAKING HISTORY (Chapter 1 of 2)

“There’s the history you inherit, and the history you make.” I heard this comment recently, and thought it was original.  Google proved me wrong.  But it’s still true. I spent the best part of three days recently to research an … Continue reading

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