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The Canadian Pacific Railway was completed because the government saw how quickly troops could be transported on it. There was an English-French conflict due to the hanging of Louis Riel. The Aboriginal Peoples were monitored and controlled according to the "Pass & Permit System". This would supposedly prevent them from being corrupted.

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Q: What were the results of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion?
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Who led the Metis in the Red River Rebellion of 1870 and the Northwest Rebellion of 1885?

Louis Riel was the Metis leader during both the 1869-70 Red River Rebellion and the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.

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William Henry Jackson what did he do in 1884-1885?

look up William Henry Jackson on wikipedia (make sure it in the Jackson in the Northwest Rebellion) Pretty much in 1885 there was the Northwest Rebellion and Jackson was a leader with Louis Riel in it. The Northwest Rebellion is about the Metis trying to keep their rights, land and the survival of themselves.

When did the Northwest Rebellion 1885 end?

June.3, 1885. right after the battle/skirmish at Loon Lake . (which was also on June 3, 1885)

What came first the North West Rebellion or the Red River Rebellion?

The Red River Rebellion occurred from the fall of 1869 to the summer of 1870. The Northwest Rebellion occurred in the spring and early summer of 1885.

What year did Riel Rebellion take place?

There were actually two uprisings led by Louis Riel in what are now Manitoba and Saskatchewan: The Red River Rebellion of 1869 and the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.

How long did the Northwest Rebellion last?

The insurrection by the Metis in Canada lasted from March 26 to May 12, 1885.

Where did the first clash of the Northwest Rebellion begin?

The North-West Rebellion began in 1885 by the Metis people ofÊ District of Saskatchewan, Canada against the government of Canada because they believed their rights as indiginous poeple were not being protected.

What did Louis Riel do wrong?

Because of his political leadership of the Métis during the Northwest Rebellion in 1885, Louis Riel was tried and convicted of having committed an act of treason, for which he was hanged.

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Who were the leaders of the north west rebellion of 1885?

Dumont, Riel, and Jackson where the main leaders of the NWR of 1885.

What was the Indians rebellion in the northwest?

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When did North-West Rebellion happen?

North-West Rebellion happened on 1885-03-26.

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What happened to Louis riel after red river rebellion?

After the Red River Resistance, Louis Riel spent most of the following 15 years in the USA. He was elected to the House of Commons three times, but was never allowed to take his seat. In 1885, he returned to lead the Northwest Rebellion, after which he was tried for treason, found guilty, and hanged.

How was riel a hero?

hero for the following reasons: - he was the reason Canada had Manitoba and Saskatchewan - he stood up for the natives rights and defended the metis - he wrote our a list of rights - led the northwest rebellion of 1885, which showed the capabilities of the Canadian pacific railroad

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