The Battle of Batoche took place in the Canadian NorthWest (now Saskatchewan) from may 2 through May 12 1885. It opposed the Canadian forces to the Metis rebels (people of both European and American Indian descent) lead by Louis Riel. The Canadian Forces won and the local government lead by Louis Riel was taken down. Metis rebels were about 250. Canadian forces about 960. It is reported that 51 Metis rebels were killed, injured or captured and on the Canadian side, there were 8 dead and 22 injured.
In the Battle of Batoche there was approximately 59 that were killed, captured or wounded. This is a total of both sides. The Saskatchewan side only had 250 men fighting against the Dominion of Canada who had 916 men.