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history of the late province of Lower Canada, parliamentary and political

from the commencement to the close of its existence as a separate province

by Robert Christie

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Published by R. Worthington in Montreal .
Written in English

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  • Québec (Province)
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    • Québec (Province) -- History

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      Other titlesInteresting public documents and official correspondence illustrative of the history of Canada.
      Statementby Robert Christie.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1053 .C553
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5788021M
      LC Control Number59057643
      OCLC/WorldCa10402224

      The following maps provide a picture of Canada’s territorial evolution, from to The Act of Union, passed in July and proclaimed Febru , abolished the legislatures of Lower Canada and Upper Canada. It established a new political entity, the Province of Canada. Note: our homeland will not exclusively be called "Lower Canada" from to , I use it here as a generic term. In fact, the land will change names three times: it is first called "Province of Quebec", and then "Bas-Canada" (Lower Canada) in and finally "Canada-uni" (United Canada) from to .

      Following the Rebellions of , Lord Durham in his Durham Report, recommended Upper and Lower Canada be joined as the Province of Canada and the new province should have a responsible government. As a result of Durham's report, the British Parliament passed the Act of Union , and the Province of Canada was formed in The new province was divided into two parts: Canada . So they placed it under the exclusive legislative jurisdiction of the national Parliament (by sect head 9, of the Constitution Act, ). They also (by the third schedule of that Act) transferred the actual ownership from the Province of Nova Scotia to the Dominion of Canada, just as they did with the Nova Scotia lighthouses.

        In , Britain united the colonies of Upper and Lower Canada into the Province of Canada. This was in response to the violent rebellions of –The Durham Report () recommended the guidelines to create the new colony with the Act of Province of Canada was made up of Canada West (formerly Upper Canada) and Canada East (formerly Lower Canada). — The Wandering Parliament — The Province of Canada (–) had no permanent capital city, largely because of political jealousies between Canada East and Canada West. The Legislative Assembly first met in Kingston, then moved to Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, back to Toronto, back to Quebec City, and finally to Ottawa.


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