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Ethnolinguistic Profile of the Canadian Metis.

National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man, Canadian Ethnology Service.

Ethnolinguistic Profile of the Canadian Metis.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesCanada National Museum of Man Canadian Ethnology Service Mercury Series -- 99
ContributionsDouaud, P.
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Open LibraryOL21885147M

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Ethnolinguistic profile of the Canadian Metis Book Description: Focusing upon the Mission Métis of Lac la Biche, the author examines the use of French, Cree, and English as a means of garnering insight into the mechanisms of western Canadian Métis cultural.

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Ethnolinguistic profile of the Canadian Metis. Ethnolinguistic profile of the Canadian Metis. [Patrick Douaud] -- Traces the ethnolinguistic development of the Canadian Metis in general and the Mission Metis of Lac La Biche.

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The Metis had been in Canada since before Europeans but then they were considered Indians. It was mixing with the Europeans that made them half-breeds. The Metis were a mixture of cultures and races but the First Nations were their base. They lost their official status as a nation for political reasons.

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Ask any Canadian what “Métis” means, and they will likely say “mixed race” or “part Indian, part white.” Canadians consider Métis people mixed in ways that other indigenous people -- First Nations and Inuit -- are not, and the census and the courts have premised their recognition of the Métis on this race-based understanding.

The word métis, which means “mixed” in French, can be used of any aboriginal (First Nation) person of mixed descent, but the Métis who are of mixed French and Cree descent are the only speakers of Michif. There are several varieties of Michif in Canada.

The Métis resisted the Canadian takeover of the Northwest in Given here are the ethnic origins of Canadian residents (citizens, landed immigrants, and non-citizen temporary residents) as recorded by them on their census form (aro, in total). The relevant census question asked for "the ethnic or cultural origins" of the respondent's ancestors and not the respondents themselves.

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Foster. Ask any Canadian what "Metis" means, and they will likely say "mixed race" or "part Indian, part white." Canadians consider Metis people mixed in ways that other indigenous people - First Nations and Inuit - are not, and the census and the courts have premised their recognition of the Metis on this race-based by: Ethnolinguistic minorities and national integration in Canada JOSEPH YVON THE´RIAULT Abstract In the light of the other contributions to this issue, which o¤er various per-spectives on ethnolinguistic minorities — Anglophones in Quebec and Fran-cophones in Canada outside Quebec — this article explores the question ofCited by: 3.

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Departure: Enter a date using the following format: two-digits month, /, two. According to Wikipedia, "Louis Riel was a Canadian politician, a founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies." In this comic-strip biography, Chester Brown details some of Riel's life as it pertains to the relationship between the Metis natives (mixed French and native /5.

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Language in Canada. Jackson, Michael. "Aperçu de tendances phonétiques du parler français en Saskatchewan." Revue canadienne de linguistique – (French).

Up until the s, French speaking Metis were viewed as French-Canadian graduates. The Manitoba Metis Federation was started because of a split between Status Indians and Non-Status Metis people.

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Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia, Yarmouth, NS. K likes. Facebook Group for Eastern Woodland Metis Nation; for direct response from EWMNNS (questions or concerns), please contact our Followers: K. The Metis are descendants of both Aboriginal and European ancestry because when the fur-trade moved west in the 's and 's, French-Canadian fur traders married Native women.

This was often due to the fact that the Native people were eager for the Europeans and themselves to form strong relationships. Written in English and in Inuktituk, the language of Canada's Inuit people, the book is accompanied by a CD, which includes a reading in both languages and a performance by Susan.

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The Western Metis: Profile of a People, edited by Patrick C. Douaud Regina, University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, MNHS call number: Reading Room EM47 W48 Métis French (French: français métis), along with Michif and Bungi, is one of the traditional languages of the Métis people, and the French-dialect source of Michif.

Métis French is a variety of Canadian French with some added characters such as Ññ, Ćć, Áá, Ÿÿ and Ææ (example, il ñ'ÿ á pas un nævus sur će garçon, English: "there is not a birthmark on this boy") and words Ethnicity: Métis people. (countable) A pidgin.

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Welsh, Christine. “Voices of the Grandmothers: Reclaiming a Métis Heritage.” Canadian Literature (): “Voices of the Grandmothers: Reclaiming a Métis Heritage.” is an article written by Christine Welsh about her acceptance of her Métis background through the oral stories and histories she compiled while researching Métis heritage.

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