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I want to go into the history of the Métis, and talk about and quote some John Ralston Saul (okay I actually have no desire to do that last thing) but this person just asked me a question at a party and his eyes are already drifting over the lithe form of a single neighbour. ” I am impressed with your mathematical skills, imaginary pastiche of all the people who have asked me this question since I moved to Quebec, but no.
I am going to speak for myself, not for all Métis peoples.
The term ‘halfbreed‘ still got tossed around a lot when I was growing up and was pretty ubiquitous in my parent’s and grandparent’s time.
You can imagine how confusing it is in terms of forming an identity, to be known by so many ill-defined names.
While there is no unanimous consensus, scholars generally consider the Métis to be Red River Métis and their descendants throughout the diaspora.
Others consider any community to be Métis where it was founded by métis who developed their own culture and shared a history.