**Carter likes the last quote – it relates to Canadian identity
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Great job on this blog post! I really liked how you focused on ethical judgment and the disparity that Indigenous and Metis people face daily. I also found your writing style very thought-provoking and powerful. It connects to my inquiry …
I love how deep you went into your project. You did a really good job of covering every angle of your project. You also did a wonderful job concluding with a powerful statement which nicely closed off your article. A connection between our posts is how overlooked our two subjects were in Canadian history. The colonies would have never been able to survive without the aid of indigenous people and later slaves, or les filles du roi. It is important to see everyone’s contributions.
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Wow! That’s a lot of confusing information. I like how you were able to summarize all of that so concisely into one essay, and how it has the potential to make me understand all of it (which is really hard, by the way). As well as contributing to the creation of New France, Jacques Cartier also kick-started trade with Europeans in a couple of indigenous communities. This relates directly to my inquiry, about how the fur trade affected indigenous people (as dry of a connection as that is).
I really like how informative your investigation is. It is very clear, precise, and not wishy-washy (unlike mine). When I was reading it, I also didn’t hear any bias because it was written so factually. I understand that a large portion of the English-French-Aboriginal conflict arose over a couple central ideas, but I just thought that it would be kind of cool to make the connection of the English and French having different technological strengths in the Seven Year’s War while the Europeans and Aboriginals had different economical strengths (a sense of value, a knowledge of manufacturing worth, hunting skills, being resourceful, etc…) in the fur trade. Both of these opposing parties had many factors, so it’s so hard for us to judge and analyze them nowadays.
I love that your investigation is so wonderfully written. You have a very strong introduction, which is -very concisely and clearly- followed by all of the information that you wanted to mention. It’s written in such a way that you cover the criteria for explaining our inquiry, while also staying on your topic of the fur trade and keeping the reader engaged. I did the majority of my inquiry about the fur trade and indigenous people, and I find it funny that we decided to connect our topics to each other’s, in the end.
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I love how you viewed wants and fears from different points of views! thinking about your previous questions and merging them into this blog post was a clever idea. I like how you thought about both religion and indigenous values, and how they…