Louis Riel might just be Canada's many ambiguous hero. Riel was the representative head of the Francophone martyr to English imperialism. The controversy between whether Louis Riel was a traitor or saviour was boomed to epic proportions on Nov 16th 1885 when Riel was strung. This controversy has held up for over 125 years and brought about very much debate regarding how Louis Riel should be exalted. Through radical politics efforts and motivation to fight for the individuals of the North West, Paillette Riel symbolizes a connection between Indigenous people and Euro-Canadians. Riel often used religious impact to govern his personal decisions nevertheless later in life slowly and gradually started to lose colour out of the shadow of the Catholic Church. Riel acted as a political leader for the Metis people through the creation of a eventual government which acted as a temporary govt for the people of the Red River. John Riel's actions throughout his life that lead to his exil, execution, and exaltation almost all play and important role in defining Canadian political identification as well as French-English relations and Metis identification to this day. Riel's execution exemplifies his life's work, that has played an important role in the definition of Canadian identity. At the end of August 1969, Riel appeared as the leader of the Metis People. This individual immediately moved to overturn the first logical plan for Metis response to confederation (which was motivated by simply Metis original rights), with a brand new plan simply by Riel that was more motivated by simply Catholic and French legal rights. There was much conflict in the Metis community as to how they should respond to foreign oppression. 1 After having a collective decision by the community, Riel 1 . Gerhard Ens " Debut to the Reddish River Resistance: Pre-Liminal Politics and the Triumph of Riel'” Journal of Canadian Record Association, Volume 5, Number 1, year 1994. (111-1123)

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