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Lower Canada

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The Province of Lower Canada was a British colony on the lower Saint Lawrence River and the shores of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence (1791–1841). It covered the ...

Lower Canada - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Aug 20, 2013 ... Lower Canada is the southern portion of present-day Québec, existing as a separate British province from 1791 to 1840. In 1791 Britain took ...

The creation of Upper and Lower Canada (1791) | Site for Language ...

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In addition to two new colonies, New Brunswick and Cape Breton Island, the massive migration of Loyalists to British North America led to the creation of a third ...

Rebellion in Lower Canada - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Jul 24, 2013 ... French Canadian militants in Lower Canada took up arms against the British Crown in a pair of insurrections in 1837 and 1838. The twin ...

Upper and Lower Canada - World Atlas

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In a Constitutional Act, it split its Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada, and each entity would then have its own representative government and its ...

Canada A Country by Consent: The Canada Act: Upper & Lower ...

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The Canada Act of 1791 divided the colony of Quebec into two parts along the Ottawa River. Upper & Lower Canada map The names "upper" and "lower" come  ...

Lower Canada - definition of Lower Canada by The Free Dictionary

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A historical region and province of British North America on the lower St. Lawrence River and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, roughly coextensive with southern  ...

Lower Canada College, Private English School Montreal, Co-ed, K-12

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LCC is a top Private English Independent School providing quality education since 1861. Each student receives individual mentoring and a plan to ensure 100 % ...

ARCHIVED - Lower Canada - Towards Confederation - Canadian ...

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Dec 14, 2001 ... The new act divided the Canadian territory into two colonies, a mostly French- speaking Lower Canada, and a mostly English-speaking Upper ...

Lower Canada - Canada History

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Louis Joseph Papineau became the leader of the radical movement in Lower Canada in the 1830's. His speeches, leadership and actions helped lead to the ...

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