In the late 1920s, Washington formulated a top secret plan to invade Canada, entitled “Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan — Red”. The plan was approved by the US War Department under the presidency of Herbert Hoover in 1930.
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According to the Manitoba Act of 1870, the children of then-Métis residents were to receive some 1.4 million acres of land.
The movement got a boost when Theresa Spence, Chief of the First Nation of Attawapiskat, started a hunger strike to call attention to long-standing frustrations within the First Nations Community and to force the Prime Minister to meet with First Nations leaders.