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buildings renamed, monuments fall in recognition of oppression of indigenous people

by:Teesso     2019-08-22
When Canadians watched violent protests in Va charlottsville.
There are not hundreds of American citizens in this country and may feel relieved. S.
Civil War monuments, statues and buildings also divide Canadians into similar boundaries.
One of them is the statue of Halifax in Halifax dward Cornwallis, a governor of Nova Scotia and an officer who built the city in 1749.
Later in the same year, he gave a bounty to Mick Mark\'s scalpers.
Historians say deportation is not the only way to deal with recent protests by militants and indigenous peoples on statues
Duty men wearing black polo shirts claim to be proud boys
Known as the \"Western Satanism\" organization related to the extreme right
His founder defended conwallis\'s scalper declaration.
On June, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named the angevinblock the building where his office was located on Wellington Street, Ottawa, opposite the Capitol.
The new name is the prime minister\'s office and the Privy Council. Hector-
Louis Langevin is the father of the Federation and an outstanding member of Sir John.
MacDonald\'s cabinet and supporters of the boarding school system.
Inuit evin Block memo believes that Langevin Block name represents \"colonial heritage\", which raises doubts about who is the \"architect\" of Calgary boarding school.
Victoria Uof renamed the residents of Trutch joseph Trutchgarners, a similar split reaction.
He is remembered as B. C.
Governor, engineer and Commissioner of Public Works.
But he is also considered to be a man who trampled B. \'S rights. C.
Indigenous peoples of the 19 th century.
The University of Victoria recently removed his name from one of its residential buildings.
It was temporarily renamed lansdowne residence 1 before selecting a new name. B. C.
\"Judge shangning was laid off B. C.
Recently, a statue of the first Chief Justice of the province was removed from the foyer.
Begbie sentenced six tsilhqotin chiefs to death before becoming a country in Canada, and was nicknamed the hanging judge.
The statue was removed and replaced by a more unified and inclusive symbol, the association said.
Aboriginal and municipal leaders debate the future of the public statue of bebiein New WestministerC.
The character of Nicholas frodaven explains the tomb of Nicholas frodaven in Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa, which contains a prominent bust image of the man,
Regina\'s journalists and politicians, who were early supporters of women\'s voting rights, also wrote an influential report in 1879, leading to the creation of boarding schools.
Cindy Blackstock is an Aboriginal activist and a professor of social work at McGill University, working with Beechwood Cemeteryto to install the plaque, in recognition of Davin\'s role in what the truth and reconciliation commission calls \"cultural genocide.
\"Ryerson Uname is a student at Ryerson University in Toronto --
The campaign, led out of respect for the survivors of boarding schools, urged the school to change its name.
Egton Ryerson, a pioneer in public education in Ontario, is widely seen as contributing to the development of a boarding school policy.
The movement is still looking for his statue.
Hudson Bay Company removed a Southern Union badge from its flagship store in the heart of the city of Monterey in honor of the Southern Union President Jefferson DavisS. Civil War.
The plaque was hung on the wall of the store on Union Avenue.
Written in French, it says: \"to commemorate Jefferson Davis, president of the Southern Commonwealth state who lived in John Lovell\'s house in 1867, he used to live here.
\"It was placed in 1957 by the joint daughter of the Confederacy, a group dedicated to beautifying the revisionist view of the history of the Confederacy.
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