Quebec Act 1774?


The Quebec Act of 1774 was a law passed by the British Parliament that created a permanent government in Canada. In doing so, the Quebec Act replaced the temporary government established by the Proclamation of 1763, and granted Canadians religious freedom and the French form of civil law. The Quebec Act of 1774 was received negatively by the American Colonies, becoming known as one of the Intolerable Acts and contributing to the outbreak of the Revolutionary War.
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