Provides overview of the history of the Métis in Alberta followed by a discussion the Powley decision, the public and Conservative party's backlash against extending harvesting rights, the influence of the "Calgary School" of academics on provincial politics, and the denial of the Métis' historical presence in Southern Alberta.
London Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 26, Indigenous Peoples: Historical Understanding, Contemporary Challenges and Canadian Approaches, 2010-11, pp. 26-62
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