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Louis Riel PROFILE

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NameLouis Riel
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BirthdateOctober 22, 1844
Death DateNovember 16, 1885
(died at age 41)
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BirthplaceCanada
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Canadian political legend who founded the province of Manitoba, and was a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies. He also served Provencher in Parliament from 1873 to 1874.

Before Fame

He originally studied to become a priest until his father's death in 1864.

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He is known as the 'Father of Manitoba' because he helped the region become part of the Canadian Confederation.

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He had two children, Jean-Louis and Marie-Angelique, with wife Marguerite.

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He is the "Father of Manitoba," which is where hockey player Chuck Rayner began his career.

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