Sask. Metis veteran remembered for quiet strength, infinite kindness

Louis Roy is seen receiving recognition and a cheque from the Manitoba Metis Federation in a 2019 handout photo. Roy was the first Metis veteran to receive a recognition payment from Ottawa after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for how they were treated upon return from the war. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Glenda Burnouf.) Louis Roy is seen receiving recognition and a cheque from the Manitoba Metis Federation in a 2019 handout photo. Roy was the first Metis veteran to receive a recognition payment from Ottawa after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for how they were treated upon return from the war. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Glenda Burnouf.)

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