Speech given at the1885 and After Conference held in Saskatoon in 1985 looks at historical ideologies regarding Métis culture in a contemporary context.
English Honors Thesis (BA) -- University of California, 2020.
Brief commentary on artist Bob Boyer, known for making political statements about the way Aboriginal people have been treated throughout the years.
Entire issue on one pdf. To access article scroll to p.38.
Highlights development of Métis identity and culture and the conflict between colonists and residents of the Red River which culminated in the Red River Resistances of 1869 and 1885. Student handout for use with Chapter from Grade 7 Social Studies textbook Voices and Visions: A Story of Canada by Daniel Francis; contributing authors Angus Scully and Jill Germain.
For use with chapter from the Grade 7 Social Studies textbook Voices and Visions: A Story of Canada
Overview of Métis history from the 1600s to the early 1870s when many Métis migrated from Manitoba to Saskatchewan. Includes questions for students.
Media and Cultural Studies Thesis (MA) -- University of Alberta, 2021.
Meant to educate people about who the Métis are, where they come from, and where they live today in British Columbia. First part focuses on identity and its importance; second part focuses on contemporary life.