Say hello to Frank Oliver, the man who tried to block Black people from coming to Canada, created modern Western Canada by stealing massive amounts of land from Indigenous people and personally profited from the whole thing. Did we mention that he has schools, pools and huge swathes of Edmonton named after him? We dive into Oliver’s legacy with Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse.
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- First Nations Land Surrenders on the Prairies
- Frank Oliver and the Michel Band
- A tax-eating proposition : the history of the Passpasschase Indian Reserve
- Details on land surrenders from the Government of Canada
- No Means No: Erminskin’s Resistance to Land Surrender
- Frank Oliver and infantile Edmonton
- Remains of 28 First Nations people reburied after nearly 50 years in storage
- Order-in-Council P.C. 1911-1324 — the Proposed Ban on Black Immigration to Canada
- Paul First Nation History: Sharphead Band at Wolf Creek
- The Curious Case of the 1908 Enoch Surrender
- The Yards: Canada 150 and some tougher history for Edmonton
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