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Monday, March 5

  1. page Grievances Against the British (Upper Canada) edited Grievances Against the British (Upper Canada) (9) - Michelle, Mahalia, Macguire, Victor. Also Derek…
    Grievances Against the British (Upper Canada) (9) - Michelle, Mahalia, Macguire, Victor. Also Derek, Clayton, Jonathan the 9001st, and Supper.
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    Canadian patriots, etc). William Lyon MacKenzieetc).MacKenzie and the
    The British wouldn't give Upper Canada the kind of democracy that America had. Radicals (group of people unhappy with current government) wanted to see an end to British rule.
    William Lyon Mackenzie used his newspaper to demand the end of the Family Compact (current government which involved several families having all of the social, economic and political power). All of the government officials were appointed, so the citizens had no say in anything that happened. He started an armed rebellion in 1837 because he was so unhappy about the amount of land given to the Anglican church and the way the Family Compact was running things. Because of him writing articles about these topics, people ended up trying to kill him and there was even an incident where a his printing press was thrown into a lake
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Wednesday, January 17

  1. page Upper Canada edited Main She Main Points {cauplwlg.gif} Upper Canada was the newest and most undeveloped coloni…
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    Upper Canada was the newest and most undeveloped colonies in the 1800’s. There where few roads, and places 30-40 kilometers from York (the capital) were considered remote
    The area had been occuppied by natives for a long time
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    Social class was important in how people adapted to Upper Canada. The rich would often have to do the hard work themselves. Because of the lack of labor, upper and lower classes would often live with each other, even though they never would have done this in Europe. The needed each other to survive.
    mortgaged= to use as security on a loan
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    identifies the areaasuh
    Monopoly= exclusive ownership because of legal privilege
    The problem of land
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Tuesday, June 6

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    Natural Resources - Maritimes
    Physical and natural forces that have shaped the Maritime provinces and created a diverse landscape:
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Tuesday, May 23

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    The Prairies
    The_Prairies_1870-1896-The_Metis_Flee_WeTHE Troops
    1870-london Act: rderedordered troops into
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    not straightforward pienisis and fuck dicks anal aside for them,, they were required to
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    (paper-like money)
    never ever sell buffalo booty to buffalo because they will rip that shit like a water buffalo and convertible

    convertible
    to cash
    Land scrip: allows you to exchange that for a homesteader's 160 acres of land
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    from the PANTIESMétis for an
    The Métis left Manitoba for Forts and settlements in modern day Northern Saskatchewan and Alberta and tried to recreate the culture they had enjoyed in the Red River settlement
    Fort Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River, Prince Albert on the junction of the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers, some also left for USA: Dakota and Montana
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    Métis are rebbelsrebels
    Métis recreated
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    the HBC ALL THE BRAS THAT WEMON WEAR ARE SPARKLES
    o when they started to dwindle, the Métis freaked out because their lives were dependent on bison, so they adopted the "Laws of St. Laurent" (LSL just for these notes)
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    these laws were very shit and governed all
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    especially the BOOTYbuffalo hunt to conserve the buffalo's ASS as long as possiblebuffalo
    Lawrence Clarke: he was chief factor at the main HBC post in Northwest, didn’t like Métis and used his HBC and later, governing, power to lower their standards of living through paying only in goods, hiring on temp contracts and imprisonment if there were strikes
    Someone violated the LSL and got fined by Dumont (Métis president), but that someone appealed to Clarke, which got Dumont arrested and tried them. This showed that now Ottawa had extended its power fully over the Métis
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    Then by 1876 the Indian Act was introduced: have to live on reserves and kids would have to go to residential school
    1877 all the treaties were signed in that area
    I want you to fuck me jerry.
    Shut daquan up you dumb dumb bubble gum lookin ass fuck boi lookin ass

    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
    *the formating is really weird so if you want a formatted copy I can send that to you - Ariana
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    NORTHWEST REBELLION OF 1885
    - Metis ...
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    wanted titles, like im awesome.
    o wanted financial aid to become farmers
    o were starving
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    o saw war – need to transport troops – as a way to justify the money spent on the CPR
    o goaded the Metis into a rebellion that would remove them as a force in the Northwest
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    in summer BECAUSE I CANMétis sent for
    - Riel collaborated on Métis Bill of Rights similar to Declaration of Independence
    o Complained that the government wasn’t living up to its arrangements for the North-West Territories, and detailed in the Manitoba Act
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Wednesday, January 4

  1. page The Northwest to 1870 edited ... Northwest in 1800 1800! With the fall of New France, the French fur trade was seized by E…
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    Northwest in 18001800!
    With the fall of New France, the French fur trade was seized by English businessmen from Montreal who took on the HBC with the NWC. The race for furs was on!
    Hudson’s Bay Company
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Thursday, December 8

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    o saw war – need to transport troops – as a way to justify the money spent on the CPR
    o goaded the Metis into a rebellion that would remove them as a force in the Northwest
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    in summer of 1884, MétisBECAUSE I CANMétis sent for
    - Riel collaborated on Métis Bill of Rights similar to Declaration of Independence
    o Complained that the government wasn’t living up to its arrangements for the North-West Territories, and detailed in the Manitoba Act
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  2. page The Prairies 1870-1896 edited ... The Métis left Manitoba for Forts and settlements in modern day Northern Saskatchewan and Albe…
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    The Métis left Manitoba for Forts and settlements in modern day Northern Saskatchewan and Alberta and tried to recreate the culture they had enjoyed in the Red River settlement
    Fort Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River, Prince Albert on the junction of the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers, some also left for USA: Dakota and Montana
    The_Prairies_1870-1896-The_Metis_in_the_The Métis in the hey bossare rebbels
    Métis recreated small garden plots, hunting buffalo, hauling freight for the HBC ALL THE BRAS THAT WEMON WEAR ARE SPARKLES
    o when they started to dwindle, the Métis freaked out because their lives were dependent on bison, so they adopted the "Laws of St. Laurent" (LSL just for these notes)
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    NORTHWEST REBELLION OF 1885
    - Metis ...
    o wanted title to the land they occupiedtitles, like im awesome.
    o wanted financial aid to become farmers
    o were starving
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Tuesday, December 6

  1. page The Prairies 1870-1896 edited The Prairies The_Prairies_1870-1896-The_Metis_Flee_WeTHE Troops 1870-Manitoba 1870-london Act…
    The Prairies
    The_Prairies_1870-1896-The_Metis_Flee_WeTHE Troops
    1870-Manitoba1870-london Act: rdered
    Land ownership was not straightforward pienisis and fuck dicks anal aside for them, they required to have scrip (paper-like money)
    never ever sell buffalo booty to buffalo because they will rip that shit like a water buffalo and convertible to cash $160
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  2. page The Prairies 1870-1896 edited ... Fort Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River, Prince Albert on the junction of the North and …
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    Fort Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River, Prince Albert on the junction of the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers, some also left for USA: Dakota and Montana
    The_Prairies_1870-1896-The_Metis_in_the_The Métis in the hey boss
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    recreated small pot gardens when they were bored,garden plots, hunting buffalo,
    o when they started to dwindle, the Métis freaked out because their lives were dependent on bison, so they adopted the "Laws of St. Laurent" (LSL just for these notes)
    § these laws were very shit and governed all aspects of life in the settlement, especially the BOOTY hunt to conserve the buffalo's ASS as long as possible
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    - Métis leaders pardoned or sentenced to a short prison term (gov. saw Riel as true culprit)
    - Riel charged with treason and hung on November 19, 1885

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