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Veeren Patel

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Transcript of History-

The Confederation Conference
By: Veeren Patel
WAS CONFEDERATION UNFAIR?
Taken for granted
Did not have a say
No right to vote
Resource and land taken away
The Aboriginals
My name is Gabriel Dumont, I am the leader of the Mètis tribe I will be representing all the first nations at the confederation conference.
Confederation was unfair to the aboriginals because:
INTRODUCTION
WHO WAS CONFEDERATION FAIR FOR?
POSITION IN CONFEDERTION
Opposed:
Land claim during it was occupied
The missionaries
All rights were lost
Confederation was fair for:
The political figures
People in power
Capitalists
Male land owners
HOW WAS CONFEDERATION FAIR FOR VARIOUS PEOPLE?
Political figures:
Economy
Defence
Equal representation
Capitalists:
Able to sell merchendice in other parts of Canada
Costumers
Money
Male landowners:
Economy
More job opportunites
People in power:
Money
More power
Jobs
Land expansion
CONFEDERATION: JUST OR UNJUST
Confederaton was unjust:
No right to vote
Not included in the population
Treated unfairly
Change culture
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