The Indian Act
1914 - 1927
Created By: Ruth James
First Nations people have to ask permission to wear their traditional clothing in public places, such as residential schools as it was forbidden.
New Prohibitions Added to the Indian Act
Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs makes attendance at residential schools compulsory for ages 7 to 15.
Residential Schools are Made Mandatory
Peter Bryce was forced to retire from federal service and published a book about the Health Conditions of First Nations
Retired Government Official
Soliciting funds from First Nations legal funds are made illegal if permission is not granted
Prohibitions made to the Indian Act