Louis Riel fought for the Metis rights
Louis Riel didnt fight metis people, he was a metis, he was
fighting FOR the metis
Louis Riel was convicted of treason and sentenced to death.
Louis Riel Murdered Thomas Scott. ======================== Louis Riel did not murder Thomas Scott. In fact, Riel did not kill anyone. Louis Riel was convicted of treason and was hanged in Regina, Northwest Territories, on November 16, 1885. (Regina is now the capital of the Province of Saskatchewan.) Riel is the only person in Canada's history to have been executed for the crime of treason.
i came here for this to be answered. he wanted to help give the Metis people rights, as opposed to the Canadian Government.
Thomas Scott threatened to kill Louis Riel, which led Thomas to be killed.
Louis Riel is considered by many to have been a good leader because he stood firmly for what he believed in, but was also willing to compromise. Riel founded the province of Manitoba, and was a strong advocate for the Metis people, an aboriginal group in Canada.
Louis Riel didnt fight metis people, he was a metis, he was fighting FOR the metis
Louis Riel don't rape women , and don't even pillaged houses . He fight against the government because of his people , the Metis , (half European and first nations) He fight because of the equal rights and freedom for the metis. I hope it helped Jian.
He led all the metis to protest against the government to get there own rights Louis riel is a important Canadian hero.
This isn't helping...
Louis Riel was a rebel, because he fought for the metis' rights, which meant going against The canadian governement. The government wasn't happy about this, so they called him to court. Riel was declared guilty, and was hung.
defending the rights of the Metis
he made the Metis bill of rights with his provisional governmnet
it depends on your perspective. if you're on the English side, then Louis riel was a pest. if you're on the french side, then Louis riel was a great hero who defended their rights.
Louis Riel's father. a well-respected leader in the Métis community, was also named Louis Riel.
Yes, he and his provisional government in 1870, January I believe
Louis Riel did not "come to Alberta."
why did Louis Riel form Manitoba