Comments about Duncan Campbell Scott
mascdemarco: The term "final solution" was coined by the asshat racist Duncan Campbell Scott from the Department of Indian Affairs in Canada, to refer on the how to deal with the "Indian Problem".
JeanfieldU20: Tonight’s starting XI
Adam Leese (C)
Subs - Barr, Duncan, McLaughlan, Gahan, Norwell, Coutts and Oosenbrugh
Crowtyme: Duncan Campbell Scott
ororoisking: can't wait to go to hell so i can jump duncan campbell scott
robefc80: Tomasz Radzinski
TTLastSpring: After Dr MacCallum's introduction, Duncan Campbell Scott stood up and walked over to the fireplace and rested his hand upon the mantel.
TTLastSpring: First, a poetry reading and talk, by Duncan Campbell Scott (who came down from Ottawa for this special occasion).
SiegfriedMag: As his friend and fellow writer Duncan Campbell Scott observed, his poems “were principally composed as he walked … to and from his ordinary employment,” or as he paced the floor of his study.
TTLastSpring: War will be the death of the type of Canadian poets of the likes of Duncan Campbell Scott, Bliss Carman and Wilfred Campbell.
TTLastSpring: Fortunately I’d be able to make a judgment because Duncan Campbell Scott was on the program tonight
TTLastSpring: First, a poetry reading and talk, by Duncan Campbell Scott
TTLastSpring: Duncan Campbell Scott stands up and walks over to the fireplace and rests his hand upon the mantel.
TTLastSpring: I also was thinking that this type of poetry along with the War would be the death of the type of Canadian poets of the likes of Duncan Campbell Scott, Bliss Carman and Wilfred Campbell.
TTLastSpring: Fortunately I'd be able to make a judgment tonight because Duncan Campbell Scott was on the program tonight to do a reading from the his new poetry book followed by a talk on the Indian Problem.
SecondGuerilla: His boss in the Department of Indian Affairs, Duncan Campbell Scott, felt the reforms would be 'too expensive'. And I 'over-emphasize' the devastating impacts of Canadian cheapness. I really don't.
UofTFNH: “The True Spirit and Original Intent of Treaty 7” by Treaty 7 Elders and Tribal Council with Walter Hildebrandt, Sarah Carter, and Dorothy First Rider
“Treaty No. 9" by John S. Long
“Floating Voice” Duncan Campbell Scott and the Literature of Treaty 9 by Stan Dragland
DeadPoetsDaily: The Closed Door on Dead Poets Daily
BreenOuellette: Part 2. Dr. Peter Bryce repeatedly advised Ottawa that the deaths of children in residential "schools" continued after Duncan Campbell Scott's published admission:
rfcyouthupdates: Rangers starting 11 against Man City in the Istria Youth Cup
Cheyom1: Peter Bryce, Duncan Campbell Scott studied in new film:
BreenOuellette: White fragility written large.
Thousands of children killed in residentials schools. Admitted to be upwards of 50% back in the early 1900s by the head of Indian Affairs, Duncan Campbell Scott.
Kids still taken, dying.
But I'm too extreme to demand Canada face criminal charges.
OutpostMagazine: That's what Duncan Campbell Scott, deputy superintendent of the federal Department of Indian Affairs, said in 1920, when he helped amend the Indian Act to "officially" make it legal for the gov't to force Indigenous children to go to residential schools.
mishiikenhkwe: The Indian Act was meant to assimilate Indigenous people into euro-Canadian culture and to destroy our culture, language and way of life.
It helped to manage and fund the residential school system.
Duncan Campbell Scott famously said, “I want to get rid of the Indian problem… 1
chc_cpc: Duncan Campbell Scott and Dr. Bryce:
AdamsAnnmarie: "A ten-storey chunk of concrete brutalism on the campus of McGill University has been known as the Leacock Building ever since it was put up, in 1965." The Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott
cblackst: A tarnished life leaves a tarnished legacy...The Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott | The Walrus
allenmendenhall: The Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott | The Walrus
borealwoman: "conversations with a dead man" the legacy of duncan campbell scott by mark abley (2013) this book should be in every canadian library.
RussDiabo: [I've met modern versions of federal Dept. of Indian Affairs bureaucrats like Duncan Campbell Scott in my time in Ottawa, like Bruce Rawson, Rick Van Loon, Michael Wernick & Joe Wild for example!]
Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott
CircumpolarInfo: The Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott
WritingLife_b: The Tarnished Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott | The Walrus (The Walrus)
T hroughout much of the twentieth century, a man who is now a byword for infamy was widely s...
Add your highlights:
nemoloris: Duncan Campbell Scott, Canadian lyric poet and committed eraser of indigenous culture.
CaringSociety: Writing about his initial 1907 report, Bryce states that it was "...owing to the opposition of Mr. Duncan Campbell Scott and his advice to the then Deputy Minister [that] no action was taken by the Department to give effect to the recommendations made" (1922, p.5)
RadioFlyer1101: After days of Saskatchewan taxpayers calling the SaskParty to shut down the school, Scott Moe refuses to let the Minister of Education Dustin Duncan address the matter. MLA Dustin Duncan is a former principal at that school.
ChrisGilgallon1: Some great action at the games today. Eilidh McColgan's final sprint to win gold was incredible. Duncan Scott with another gold was a great nail biter of a finish in the pool. England's Emily Campbell gave an outstanding display of strength to win the weightlifting gold.
killer_90s: Released August 2, 1991, Rock-a-Doodle is a live-action/animated musical comedy film directed by Don Bluth and starring Glen Campbell, Christopher Plummer, Phil Harris, Charles Nelson Reilly, Sorrell Booke, Sandy Duncan, Eddie Deezen, Ellen Greene, and Toby Scott Ganger.
ericavioletlee: Whenever I doubt the value of my own poetry, I think of Duncan Campbell Scott’s “Onondaga Madonna” and laugh and laugh about how he was considered a really Great Canadian poet. Then I keep writing.
RogerLcuyer1: Duncan Campbell Scott - Wikipedia
Skink00ts: "Some of the Indians on the reserve do not take the whiteman's religion very seriously..."
Duncan Campbell Scott, Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs, April 27, 1931.
miskosquared: Lorne Cardinal’s impersonation of Duncan Campbell Scott made me laugh
narrXbear: Every time I type “Duncan Campbell Scott” at work I want to type “Duncan Campbell Scrotum.”
yellowlikemust1: Duncan Campbell scott mandated and expanded residential schools. The media was complicit. They sold the idea that a native returning to reserve becomes a drunk loafer. So the policy, even though good people spoke against it, remained popular and for the “common good”. Now COVID.
mishiikenhkwe: Duncan Campbell Scott said, about the Indian act and residential school:
“I want to get rid of the Indian problem. I do not think as a matter of fact, that the country ought to continuously protect a class of people who are able to stand alone. . . .
DMG_UTSC: ✨Now You See Me Artist Highlight: Meryl McMaster ✨ McMaster's large-scale self-portrait grapples w/ Duncan Campbell Scott’s 1898 poem, 'Onondaga Madonna', addressing colonialism and racism with resilience and defiance. Learn more:
dcb_dbc: You can read our bio of Dr. Peter Bryce Henderson here:
RealTonyGanios: Those we have loved the dearest,
The bravest and the best,
Are summoned from the battle
To their eternal rest;
There they endure the silence,
Here we endure the pain—
He that bestows the Valor
Valor resumes again...
~ Duncan Campbell Scott
JenniferEValent: Thou gav'st them the full treasure
Of that heroic blend—
The Pride, the Faith, the Courage,
That holdeth to the end.
Thou gavest us the Knowledge
Wherein their memories stir—
Master of Life, we thank Thee
That they were what they were.
-Duncan Campbell Scott
WinterShorts: WTFTIL The only child Duncan Campbell Scott, architect of the brutality of Canadian Residential Schools, died when she was 12? And that was possibly before he ever became superintendent?
duncanmccue: Ep 2 of KUPER ISLAND drops tomorrow, and I'll be referring to the words and policies of one of Sir John A's acolytes, Duncan Campbell Scott, who made residential schools compulsory in 1920.
Bmore_Creative: Gatling guns were used to kill indigenous people for their land & resources to make room for Conservatives which are the ones who sent the order & hired Duncan Campbell Scott.
These Cons till live on our land illegally, they still commit genocide & assimilation economic slavery
ironbow: Superintendant Duncan Campbell Scott went on to prevent, "...even the simplest effective efforts to deal with the health problems of the Indians along modern scientific lines...", owing to Scott's, "active opposition...no action was taken by the department to give effect to the
ironbow: But this alone does not justify a change in the policy of this Department, which is being geared towards the final solution of our Indian Problem." - Duncan Campbell Scott -1910.
ironbow: A very long thread, but worth your time. **Trigger warning** ''Via Anthony Melting Tallow: Dr. F. A. Corbett was a Regina physician who was commissioned in 1920 and 1922 by the infamous Duncan Campbell Scott serving as deputy superintendent of the Department of Indian Affairs,
ParabolicOcelot: 6/ of poet and Indian agent Duncan Campbell Scott—that through assimilation we could be given the “gift” of becoming them. My whiteness, the fact that I am also of settler heritage, has afforded me great privilege, one privilege being that I do not get comments like
Evie_Calling: were considered “uncivilized” and “immoral.”
The term “Indian Problem” is attributed to Duncan Campbell Scott of Indian Affairs. In 1918 he said,
I want to get rid of the Indian problem. I do not think as a matter of fact, that the country ought to continuously
dstephenlindsay: My cousin James Cunningham just published Two Dead White Men: Duncan Campbell Scott, Jacques Soustelle and the Failure of Indigenous Policy (Seneca Press). I haven't read it yet but James is a smart and interesting guy and the topic is timely. See
lethejerome: All of Duncan Campbell Scott's poems were erasure poetry.
breandersonx0: real life Canadian villain is Duncan Campbell Scott
altonbeal: "By spending time in prayer we do not decrease our activity, but we increase our productivity and accomplish vastly more." - Duncan Campbell
MalindaSmith: Path dependency? Then & now.
Canadian political science and policy studies must transform colonial assumptions, theories, frameworks.
“I want to get rid of the Indian problem”—Duncan Scott Campbell, 1920
“Until There Is Not a Single Indian in Canada”
MarieDeRoy1: JC's book sheds light on the role that the "revered" Canadian writer Duncan Campbell Scott played in residential schools and racism in FN policies . . . we will always need to reassess our own history.
jchead: Will Canada’s Aboriginal problem ever find resolution? sounds vaguely like Duncan Campbell Scott’s words “getting rid of the Indian problem.” Will Canada ever reckon with its true colonial history and ongoing colonial impacts to Indigenous Peoples? Fixed it for you.
“I want to get rid of the Indian problem..
Our object is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed into the body politics and there’s no Indian question and no Indian Department.”—Duncan Campbell Scott, Deputy Min of Indian Affairs
Terrilltf: Sir John A. Macdonald, Duncan Campbell Scott’s and Pierre Trudeau’s dreams are finally coming true. We are seeing the rapid loss of our people due to unresolved colonial trauma on the streets while the elites sell out the Treaty position to fall under the provinces.
JamesCullingham: Two Dead White Men - Duncan Campbell Scott, Jacques Soustelle and the Failure of Indigenous Policy
blaisew_c: Hitler's ethnic cleansing policies inspired by Canada's residential schools and Indian Act, the Nazis' "final solution" doctrine was first formulated by Duncan Campbell Scott, and oh there's this:
EvansShirina: 1910 - Duncan Campbell Scott "get rid of the Indian problem"
2022 - me "get rid of the colonial problem"
mariahkcg1: Duncan Campbell Scott, Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1920: “I want to get rid of the Indian problem. Our objective is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed into the body politic and there is no Indian question.”
MOHAWKEMOTIONS: Gonna make my puppy a Duncan Campbell Scott chew toy
KaiaLamothe: The 90’s? Sure, but maybe have a little looksee at John A. McD and Duncan Campbell Scott a few years before and their Indian termination policies. Maybe have a look at the Liberals while you’re at it. They’re just as vicious
seasruler: » make them able to be “outstanding citizens” of the country they were in. duncan campbell scott, the man in charge of canadian residential schools from 1913-1923 said in 1920 that he “wanted to get rid »
groulx_lynne: A open letter can be signed to ensure the University of Toronto rescinds the "honorary" degree it awarded in 1922 to Duncan Campbell Scott - whom fed, anchored and encouraged the history of violence against Indigenous people:
SeanCarleton: Duncan Campbell Scott.
miki_lou: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
DailyHiveTO: U of T students petition to revoke Duncan Campbell Scott's honorary degrees
TheVarsity: Writer Duncan Campbell Scott was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by U of T in 1922. That year, he was serving as the deputy superintendent at the Department of Indian Affairs, which oversaw Canada’s residential schools.
grousewalk: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
midwifek: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
turtleisland101: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
AngadKaurKhalsa: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
nishnawbe111: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
KaraMGarcia: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
evans3_w: University of Toronto Honorary Degree to Duncan Campbell Scott. Please join me and add your name to this open letter
ArleneHache: Please join me and add your name to this open letter demanding that the University of Toronto Honorary Degree awarded to Duncan Campbell-Scott be withdrawn.
Dawn798719571: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
ClairePrvost1: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
rightojibwe: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
TheDHTaylor: Seems a group of annoyed people are petitioning U of T to publicly rescind the honorary Doctor of Letters degree it awarded in 1922 to Duncan Campbell Scott.
I just think those Letters should more specific.
Like F & U.
metiscat: Check out this petition to revoke Duncan Campbell Scott's honorary doctorate
merripaul: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
klochead: Duncan Campbell Scott is implicated in the genocide of Indigenous people in Canada. He is not deserving of any honour, let alone an honourary degree from a public institution (UofT). Please join me and add your name to this open letter
miki_lou: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
davidshorter: "Scott was the architect of racist, colonial policies designed to 'get rid of the Indian problem.'" Please join me and add your name to this open letter
BrainyAcademic: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
armp71: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
NetworkVirginia: Our objective is to continue until there is not a racist among us.
Please join me and add your name to this open letter
EmmaSabzalieva: Please join me and add your name to this open letter
Adam_M_Lauder: Please join me and add your name to this open letter