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  Anglican Church of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John's, Newfoundland is the oldest Anglican parish in Canada, founded in 1699 in response to a petition drafted by the Anglican townsfolk of St. John's and sent to the Bishop of London, the Rt.
The Church was disestablished in Nova Scotia in 1850 and Upper Canada in 1854.
Until the 1830s, the Anglican church in Canada was treated as the property of the Church of England: bishops were appointed by the church in England, and funding for the church came from the British Parliament.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anglican_Church_of_Canada   (1945 words)

 Historical Summary - Canada
Quebec (called the Canadas by the English) and most other French possessions held since the defeat in 1759 were relinquished by treaty in 1763.
Upper Canada's European colonization has continued since the American Revolution with Late Loyalists now settling the Niagara peninsula, the Bay of Quinte on the north shore of the St. Lawrence, and lower Ottawa valley, with many aboriginal peoples receiving new lands along the Grand River.
On July 1, 1867, the provinces of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia become the Dominion of Canada with its capital in Ottawa.
www1.xe.net /~mbone/webtree/history-ca.htm   (3007 words)

 Anglican Church of Canada - Theopedia
The Anglican Church of Canada is the Canadian branch of the Anglican Communion.
The Parish of St. John the Baptist in St. John's, Newfoundland is the oldest Anglican parish in Canada, founded in 1699 in response to a petition drafted by the Anglican townsfolk of St. John's and sent to the Bishop of London, the Rt.
Primates of the Anglican Church of Canada are elected by the general synod; they originally held office for life but in recent years they have retired at the age of 70.
www.theopedia.com /Anglican_Church_of_Canada   (1001 words)

 Information on Canada - The Arms of Canada
Although the maple leaf is closely associated with Canada, the maple tree was never officially recognized as Canada's arboreal emblem until 1996.
By 1860, the maple leaf was incorporated into the badge of the 100th Regiment (Royal Canadians) and was used extensively in decorations for the visit of the Prince of Wales that year.
In 1957, the colour of the maple leaves on the arms of Canada was changed from green to red, one of Canada's official colours.
www.north-america.de /old/icanada4.htm   (654 words)

 Timeline: 1860 - 1879
Canada's birth is considered unique because it required no war, revolution or uprising of the people as often happens.
The history of the Canadian YMCA is the story of countless Canadians who made, and continue to make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities through their leadership and service.
We've contributed to Canada as a nation by providing special programs to those who built the national railway system (1880s) and to Canadian troops who served overseas in WWI and II and upon their return.
www.ymca.ca /html/tl_1860.htm   (3392 words)

 RRL Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Canada encourages the admission of immigrants who bring both financial as well as intellectual capital, skills and expertise that collectively contribute to the nation's economic and cultural well-being, and create job opportunities.
Canada is reputed to have one of the finest healthcare systems in the world the services of which are available free-of-charge to all Permanent Residents and their families who are registered under the national health insurance program known as 'Medicare'.
Experienced and competent counsel are trained to recognize procedural errors, such as: the presence of 'irregularities' in the use of discretionary authority, or the 'misapplication' of immigration directives, guidelines and regulatory definitions, or the committing of fundamental 'breaches' in the duty to act fairly during the immigration legal process.
www.offshoreplus.com /rrl.htm   (3096 words)

 Happy Birthday Canada
The reason we are celebrating Canada Day is due to the events which occurred on July 1st, 1867 --- The British North American Act established the Canadian Federal Government.
Later in 1860, the maple leaf has been incorporated into a badge of the 100th Regiment (Royal Canadians) and has been used for decorations when the Prince of Wales visited that year.
The early European explorer not only realized that Canada is very rich in resources, but also noticed a beaver population which at those times reached into the millions.
www.inglewoodcarecentre.com /history/canadabirthday.htm   (559 words)

 JManly: Wrestling in Canada 2: Leyshon
Thus the situation of wrestling in Canada during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was two-sided.
By 1902, the YMCA in Canada, partly due to the influence of J. Howard Crocker, was allied with the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada.
Canada has had a long legacy of top-flight wrestlers born and/or trained out of the country who have represented her internationally.
ejmas.com /jmanly/articles/2001/jmanlyart_leyshon2_0701.htm   (4145 words)

 Truesdell - pafg62.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Annette Truesdell was born on 10 Aug 1860 in Canada.
Huldah Lillie Truesdell was born on 3 Jul 1867 in Canada.
Ellen was born on 20 Mar 1850 in Canada.
petjr.net /GENE/pafg62.htm   (1419 words)

 Online Etymology Dictionary
The maple leaf is mentioned as the emblem of Canada from 1860.
In Canada it is frequently heard; ‘and its use is not entirely confined to the vulgar.’ It is in common use among the working classes of Liverpool and among sailors at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and in Dorsetshire.
Also used there and in Canada, Australia, New Zealand for "branch of a main river," possibly from explorers moving up main rivers and seeing and noting mouths of tributaries without knowing they often were extensive rivers of their own.
www.etymonline.com /index.php?search=Canada   (1215 words)

 Royal Visits to Canada
In 1860, Albert Edward, Prince of Whales, came to the Province of Canada for a visit that lasted two months.
Victorian Era Princess Louise lived in Canada from 1878 to 1883 when she was married to the Marques of Lorne who was the Governor General of Canada at the time.
In 1900, Princess Marie-Louise came to Canada but due to the insistences of her husband Prince Aribert of Anhalt and her Mother, HRH Queen Victoria, she cut her visit short.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/life_in_canada/40088   (446 words)

 OAS Children's Page
The official ceremony inaugurating the new Canadian flag was held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on February 15, 1965, with Governor General Georges Vanier, Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, the members of the Cabinet and thousands of Canadians in attendance.
The Canadian Red Ensign, bearing the Union Jack and the shield of the royal arms of Canada, was lowered and then, on the stroke of noon, our new maple leaf flag was raised.
The crowd sang the national anthem O Canada followed by the royal anthem God Save the Queen.
www.oas.org /children/members/natSymbols/Canada.html   (517 words)

 Whither Canada?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
For example, the initial border between Canada and the US was negotiated as part of the Treaty of Versailles in 1783.
The division into Upper and Lower Canada gave the Loyalists who settled west of the Ottawa River the chance to organize and develop along their own lines.
In 1860 Seward praised the people of Rupert's Land for conquering the wilderness and creating a great state for the American Union.
www.mysteriesofcanada.com /Canadian_Political_System/whither_canada.htm   (757 words)

 Manitoba History: REVIEW: Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860
MHS is the second-oldest historical society in Canada.
The titles, both of the thesis and of the latter article, indicated the ambitious scope of Pentland’s work and also, and particularly for its time, its unorthodox cast; capitalism was, after all, itself a dirty word in the Cold War era.
What needs to be explained is the actuality of incomplete industrialization, of industrialization that is linked to staples and takes place without altering the overall character of the economy as a staples economy.
www.mhs.mb.ca /docs/mb_history/04/labourandcapital.shtml   (836 words)

 McMaster Libraries - Lloyd Reeds Map Collection
Electoral Atlas of the Dominion of Canada according to the Redistribution Act of 1914...
Map of the Province of Canada from Lake Superior to the Gulf of St. Lawrence...
New Railroad and County Map of the Dominion of Canada...
library.mcmaster.ca /maps/htitle.htm   (1122 words)

 Canada Map Collection at USHistoricalArchive.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
A map of Canada and the north part of Louisiana with the adjacent countrys.
Bowles's new pocket map of the United States of America; the British possessions of Canada, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, with the French and Spanish territories of Louisiana and Florida, as settled by the preliminary articles of peace signed at Versailles the 20th.
Railroad map of the eastern, western and northern states, and Canada, showing conspicuously the lines of communication between the ports of the Atlantic and the great west and north west.
www.ushistoricalarchive.com /statemaps/canada   (2145 words)

 ::Pier21 - Gateway to Canada : : Britsh Immigration::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
As a former British colony Canada was familiar and appealing.
Between the CORB scheme and private evacuations 7,700 children came to Canada to wait out what everyone then thought was going to be a quick war.
Following the war, Canada, especially British Columbia and Ontario, became a destination of choice for British immigrants.
www.pier21.ca /Britsh_Immigration.3258.0.html   (297 words)

 Joseph Gagnon & Sophie Raymond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He appeared on the 1860 US census in Township 18, Range 5, Aroostook, Maine, as age 7, living with parents Antoine and Ortans Gagnon.
Sophie RAYMOND was born in May 1860 in Canada.
Listed as Sophie Gagnon, born May 1860 in Canada, age 40, had given birth to 12 children of whom 10 were still living, parents born in Canada, could read and write, did not speak English, living with husband Joseph and children Mattie, Phelias, Edmond, Marie, Amanda, Adrien, Odile and Honoré.
www.upperstjohn.com /gagnon/d781.htm   (193 words)

 SIXTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He died between 1857 and 1860 in Canada.
Is he possibly the Patrick Kennedy found in the book "Records of Immigrants to Canada, Part Two that arrived in Canada in 1837.
was born in 1850 in Canada West, Canada.
members.aol.com /SJWorkman/d30.htm   (297 words)

Govan is a quiet farming community located 65 miles NW of Regina in the province of Saskatchewan and the great country of Canada.
And as of July 1st, Canada Day, Harper's spindoctors and advisors all quit on him, a sure sign that he is soon to be replaced.
In Canada, healthcare is free, and often taken for granted.
a.webring.com /hub?ring=canada   (2526 words)

Roland Beatty dob 10/14/1860 Ontario Canada died 1/1941 married 8/17/1885 to Isabella Craig dob 6/13/1861 Ireland died 7/1943.
Isabella immigrated 1881 from Ireland to Ontario Canada.
William Marshall born 8/7/1886 died 1974 BC Canada married to Clara Thompson 1907 she died 1959.
home.earthlink.net /~jonkoj/id2.html   (359 words)

 Senate - Canada: A Constitutional Monarchy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The future Edward VII came to Canada in 1860 as Prince of Wales, and laid the cornerstone of the original Parliament Buildings.
Just a year before, in 1904, 135 000 had immigrants arrived; in 1911, the number was 308 000; and in 1913, the number reached 400 000 who mainly settled in the West.
In 1909, the Department of External Affairs was created to ensure that Canada would have its own voice in international diplomacy.
www.parl.gc.ca /information/about/people/senate/Monarchy/SenMonarchy_11-e.htm   (196 words)

 canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Migrated to Canada perhaps in the early 1900's, son of Thomas Midgley of Barnsley.
Edmund and Rachel emigrated to Canada with their three young children, accompanied by members oRachel's extended family, in 1857.
The United Church of Canada was formed in 1925.
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CANADA (Ontario, Alberta, BC, Manitoba, Saskatchewan), the US and IRELAND.
Roland Beatty dob (10/14/1860) born Ontario Canada (died 1/1941)and Isabella (Craig) Beatty dob (6/13/1861) born Larne Borough, Carnlough, East Antrim County, Ireland (died 7/1943).
Isabella immigrated in 1881 from Ireland to Kincardine, Ontario, Canada.
home.earthlink.net /~jonkoj   (193 words)

 Family of John Francis HOOPLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
HOOPLE (FRANZ, JURGEN MICHEL) was born in 1790 in New York, and died in 1863 in Minnesota(?) He was a succesful farmer.
She was born in 1805 in CANADA, and died after 1851.
She married ARCHIE HOLLISTER on 22 Feb 1853 in Eastern District, Ontario, CANADA.
users.ap.net /~lancelot/gen/h157.html   (120 words)

Samuel, Caroline, Tolson, and Ada immigrated to Canada in 1882.
While Tremain's map of 1860 shows this area as completely subdivided, Spadina Avenue was still sparsely settled north of Queen street in the early 1870s.
Helen Land is the daughter of Percy Land and the granddaughter of Elizabeth Sykes Land.
www.maggieblanck.com /Land/Canada.html   (5567 words)

 The Atlas of Canada - References and Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
This edition of the Geological Map of Canada is the latest produced by the Geological Survey of Canada.
It shows the 18 different geological provinces in Canada and surrounding oceans, the main types of rocks and the era when they have been formed.
All of the Atlas of Canada base map components are available for immediate free download in five scales and in a number of data exchange formats.
atlas.gc.ca /sites/english/maps/environment/geology/geologicalprovinces/referencesandlinks.html   (401 words)

Julius Schambach - Immigrated prior to 1860 from Hanover.
Francis Shambo - Immigrated prior to 1860 from Canada.
Levi Shambaugh - Immigrated prior to 1860 from Canada.
www.shambaugh.org /families.htm   (441 words)

 Family of John Manning HOOPLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
HOOPLE (DAVID, HENRY, JURGEN MICHEL) was born in 1827 in Ontario, CANADA, and died after 1871.
He married SARAH ANDREWS in 1849 in Eastern District, Ontario, CANADA.
She was born in 1828 in ENGLAND, and died after 1871.
users.ap.net /~lancelot/gen/h142.html   (76 words)

 Railways Across Canada: The Unfolding West
The first railway in Canada was in 1860.
Manitoba joined Canada in 1870 and British Columbia in 1871, enticed by the promise of the railway that would join them to the rest of Canada.
The western countryside of Canada is flat in places and mountainous in others and the building of the railway was fraught with dangerous conditions, such as avalanches, extreme temperatures, and disease (such as scurvy, influenzas).
canadianhistory.suite101.com /article.cfm/the_unfolding_west_   (369 words)

Find historical rosters, statistics and more from Canada's various mens' teams.
Take a look back through a directory of Canada's best women's teams and players.
Use this listing for quick access to the current season's Team Canada event news, results and more.
www.hockeycanada.ca /index.cfm/ci_id/1860/la_id/1.htm   (42 words)

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