Hearing on the Matters of Laws 37 and 54


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Hearing on the Matters of Laws 37 and 54
Thesis: …MacDonald did the right thing in supporting French-Canadian efforts to receive a hearing on the matters of Laws 37 and 54; it must also be concluded that Laurier did the right thing when he arrived at a compromise that everyone – French and English, Catholic and Protestant – could live.
The Canadian Government’s Response to the JCPC vis-à-vis the Manitoba Schools Question
A major question in the late 19th century for many Manitoba residents was whether or not the Canadian government responded properly to the Court decision involving the Manitoba Schools Question – a question that fundamentally came down to whether or not French Canadians enjoyed the right to have their own schools. To truly...
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.....r. Laurier on Separate schools in Manitoba.” (1893, 18 Mar.): 1-14.
“Lord Russell on separate schools.” Manitoba Schools Question, 1896-1906, p.9.
The Manitobia Project. “The Manitoba Schools Question.” Manitobia: Life & Times. n.d. 6 May 2009 <http://manitobia.ca/cocoon/launch/en/themes/msq>
Newman, Peter C. “Rewriting history: Louis Riel as hero.” Maclean’s, 12 Apr. 1999: 48.
Sixth Synod of Manitoba. “Minutes and reports of the Sixth Synod of Manitoba.” 1889. Pp.1-2 (additional information not provided).
Smith, R.B. “The Manitoba School Act of 1890: an insult to the French Roman Catholics.” Truro, Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Teachers’ College, 1994.
Tupper, Charles. “Tupper: Speech before the house of commons.” 3 Mar. 1896: 1-12.