CORAF – Collective Rights. Social 9 Textbook: chapter 4. What are collective rights ?. “ Rights held by groups (peoples) in Canadian society that are recognized and protected by Canada’s constitution ”. What are collective rights ?. Unique to Canada! Are different than individual rights
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Textbook: chapter 4
Chapter 4 in your textbookCanada’s History of Collective Rights(For groups of people not language)
French civil law & institutions
Worried that they would be eclipsed by growing English power
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Saint-Eustache Patriotes. By Lord Charles Beauclerk
Note: we will be studying Confederation in much greater detail later in the course
Riel’s government also
tried and executed an
Why would Riel do this?
Note: In 1875, Louis Riel was exiled for his execution of Thomas Scott