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In the News (Thu 23 Nov 17)

  
  THE CANADIAN DOMINION A CHRONICLE OF OUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOR
There had grown up in the colony a little clique of officeholders, of whom Jonathan Sewell, the Loyalist Attorney General, and later Chief Justice, was the chief, full of racial and class prejudice, and in some cases greedy for personal gain.
Of the non-official English, some were strongly opposed to the pretensions of the "Chateau Clique"; but others, and especially the merchants, with their organ the Quebec "Mercury", were loud in their denunciations of the French who were unprogressive and who as landowners were incidentally trying to throw the burden of taxation chiefly on the traders.
The governing clique, as the older established body, had no doubt that they could bring the western section under their sway in case of union.
www.corvalliscommunitypages.com /newsheadlines/cliqueleft.htm   (19696 words)

  
 clique Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Her new clique informs her that there are some sacrifices that need to be made; sacrifies that could wreck her high school reputation and could ruin lives.
Jeanette Sue is the ring leader of the clique nicknamed the Ruling Class, surrounded by equally snobby rich girls.
Her clique, at the start of the year, includes Lizzie, a white girl who is into theater; JZ, a star athlete; and Michael, an artist.
www.e-book-store.com /clique/clique_4.html   (4145 words)

  
 Château Clique   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Château Clique was a group of wealthy families in Lower Canada in the early 19th century.
Louis-Joseph Papineau, as a Reformer in the Assembly, was one of the fiercest opponents of the Chateau Clique.
His struggles against the Clique and the Lieutenant Governor, Lord Gosford, led to the Patriotes Rebellion in 1837.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/ch/chateau_clique.html   (367 words)

  
 Château Clique   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Clique du Château or Château Clique was a group of wealthy families in Lower Canada in the early 19th century.
Most of the families in the Clique were British merchants, although some were French Canadian seigneurs who felt that their own interests were best served by an affiliation with this group.
The Clique was also able to establish itself in the Legislative Council, leaving the Legislative Assembly, made up of a majority of French-Canadian representatives, with little or no power.
www.1bx.com /en/Chateau_Clique.htm   (403 words)

  
 Château, clique du
Clique du Château est le surnom donné à un petit groupe de dirigeants, en général des membres de la communauté marchande anglophone, y compris John MOLSON et James MCGILL, qui a dominé les conseils exécutif et législatif ainsi que les postes de juges et de hauts fonctionnaires du BAS-CANADA jusqu'aux années 1830.
La clique s'employa énergiquement à la construction de canaux, à l'établissement d'institutions bancaires et à l'abolition du SYSTÈME SEIGNEURIAL et du DROIT CIVIL français.
En 1822, la clique appuie le projet de réunir le Haut et le Bas-Canada.
www.canadianencyclopedia.ca /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=F1ARTF0001538   (337 words)

  
 Family Compact
The Family Compact developed after the War of 1812 and lasted until Upper Canada and Lower Canada were united in 1841.
In Lower Canada, the equivalent of the Family Compact was the Château Clique[?].
The Family Compact was described as adherents of "rabid Toryism" by Charles Dickens during his visit North America.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/fa/Family_Compact.html   (306 words)

  
 Maiorca (Mallorca) Casas de férias chateau / casa de campo piscina
Clique nas ligações que se seguem para ver as propriedades nesses locais que cumprem os seus critérios.
Chateau / casa de campo - 4 casas de banho 8 acomoda Pollensa (Pollenca), Espanha
Chateau / casa de campo - 4 casas de banho 7 acomoda Fornalutx, Espanha
www.holidayrentals.pt /maiorca-mallorca/chateau/casa-de-campo/s/223/fa/find.aquery/urvs/127/pool/1   (459 words)

  
 Rennes Le Chateau - Oak Island - Money Pit - Crystalinks
There are many mysteries surrounding Rennes Le Chateau that link with the Holy Grail, the Ark of Noah, the Ark of the Covenant and the treasures of the Temple of Solomon.
The area surrounding Rennes Le Chateau leaves is a virtual playground for the 'sacred geometry archtetects'.
The introduction of the LDS is suspect, as the contributor was fired by the company exploring for treasure and is seen as a person with an axe to grind.
www.crystalinks.com /rennes.html   (3701 words)

  
 Gabriel Knight III: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Walkthrough/FAQ (Portuguese) - IGN FAQs
Clique nela e quando Gabriel estiver fora da moto, siga o caminho até o lugar.
Clique na plataforma e use a opção EXIT nela.
Clique no quadrado que você colocou e rode-o até que a metade de cima ajuste-se com a nova linha.
faqs.ign.com /articles/383/383381p1.html   (12905 words)

  
 Gabriel Kinight 2
Clique e olhe os livros que estão na vitrine.
Clique em "use shape" na barra de tarefas e selecione o círculo.
Clique em "analyse" e a figura será traçada.
www.fortunecity.com /underworld/myst/833/gabri3.htm   (5886 words)

  
 Château Clique Totally Explained
The Clique du Château or Château Clique was a group of wealthy families in Lower Canada in the early 19th century.
The Clique was also able to establish itself in the Legislative Council, leaving the Legislative Assembly, made up of a majority of French-Canadian representatives, with little or no power.
Louis-Joseph Papineau, as a Reformer in the Assembly, was one of the fiercest opponents of the Chateau Clique.
ch__teau_clique.totallyexplained.com   (594 words)

  
 Viagens & Imagens:  Castelos & Palácios:  Chateau de Pierrefonds.
Clique sobre a foto ao lado para vê-la em alta definição.
O interior do chateau também deixa os visitantes abismados com sua grandeza, e logo entende-se porque Pierrefonds atrai cerca de 250 mil visitantes por ano.
Clique sobre esta foto para vê-la em alta definição.
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 clique - OneLook Dictionary Search
Clique : Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics [home, info]
Clique : Dublin Slang and Phrasebook [home, info]
Phrases that include clique: clique graph, clique problem, anhwei clique, clique application form, clique du château, more...
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 Baxter's EduNET - Time Machine
The rebels call for independence from Britain and a more democratic form of government, which was then controlled by a small group of wealthy families, called the Family Compact in Ontario and the Chateau Clique in Quebec (both groups mostly British and Anglican).
An economic depression had increased poverty and unrest during the 1830s, and in Quebec, the rebels were also motivated by French nationalism (the conquest of Quebec had only happened 75 years before, still within the living memory of some of the grand parents).
But the dominant economic position of the rich Family Compact and Chateau Clique families was not changed.
www.edunetconnect.com /cat/timemachine/150can.html   (760 words)

  
 Chateau De Ville
Chateau de Ville has been fixture in Lighthouse Point for many years.
Since being acquired in 2002 by Gaucho Rodizio, Chateau de Ville has continued to provide excellence in wedding and banquet services with a wider offering of menu and services.
Let the “Chateau de Ville” make your special event an unforgettable memory with our elegant atmosphere with beautiful chandeliers, superb quality of our cuisine managed by well trained staff, we will create the wedding of your dreams at an affordable price.
www.chateaudeville.com   (90 words)

  
 Log Cabin Chronicles Peter Black's patriote.html
Historians have long debated whether it was essentially a "racial" struggle, to use the term in vogue in the 19th Century to describe what we now call nationalist or linguistic.
While unquestionably, the record shows a wave of British brutality in the wake of the uprising - the burning of three villages and dozens of farms for starters - it is far from clear that it was a simple English versus French fight.
Indeed, the initial movement was enthusiastically enjoined by many English Quebecers whose rights were just as infringed by the Chateau Clique as their French-speaking neighbors.
www.tomifobia.com /patriotes.html   (777 words)

  
 Rebellions in Canada from 1830 to 1890
In the 1830s, Upper and Lower Canada were controlled by the ruthless and greedy Family Compact and Chateau Clique.
Following the defeat of French forces by Britain, incoming British settlers and merchants to Lower Canada quickly disliked the efforts of the Chateau Clique, a powerful oligarchy that controlled Lower Canada politics, who hindered trade with Upper Canada and blocked the installation of a Legislative Council.
Reformers led by Louis Joseph Papineau won the support of the voters in the 1834 election, and demanded responsible government with a resolution passed by the Assembly in 1836.
members.fortunecity.com /dorge/rebel.html   (1084 words)

  
 Quebec Travel Guide
It was these huge families, though, that ensured French-speakers would continue to dominate the province demographically - a political move termed the revanche du berceau (revenge of the cradle).
The creation of Lower and Upper Canada in 1791 emphasized the inequalities between anglophones and francophones, as the French-speaking majority in Lower Canada were ruled by the so-called Château Clique - an assembly of francophone priests and seigneurs who had to answer to a British governor and council appointed in London.
Rebellions against this hierarchy by the French Patriotes in 1837 led to an investigation by Lord Durham who concluded that English and French relations were akin to "two nations warring within the bosom of a single state".
www.travelotica.com /travelguide/49247/canada/quebec/index.htm   (1439 words)

  
 Papineau, Louis-Joseph
Papineau travelled to England in 1823 in his campaign to defeat the Union Bill of 1822, which had been introduced to circumvent his control of the Assembly.
The union was rejected and this victory reinforced his desire to reform Lower Canada's political institutions, particularly the council, which was dominated by the CHATEAU CLIQUE.
Towards 1830 Papineau stepped up his virulent attacks on the nonelective legislative council and declared himself a republican.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0006069   (749 words)

  
 Snapshot, Canada: Ontario
The Americans gained control of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, however, and during the Battle of York occupied the Town of York (later named Toronto) in 1813.
After the War of 1812, many settlers from the British Isles immigrated to Upper Canada, and began to chafe against the aristocratic Family Compact that governed the region, much as the Château Clique ruled Lower Canada.
Accordingly, rebellion in favour of responsible government rose in both regions; Louis-Joseph Papineau led the Patriotes Rebellion in Lower Canada, and William Lyon Mackenzie led the Upper Canada Rebellion.
www.sheppardsoftware.com /canadaweb/snapshot/Snapshot-Canada9.htm   (787 words)

  
 Sociology 250
Before 1960, there were very few sociological analyses of Canada which examine the capitalist class in Canada or considered that class conflict was an important feature of Canadian social and economic development.
  While the Family Compact and Chateau Clique were part of colonial history, it was commonly held that Canada in the twentieth century was a parliamentary democracy with a reasonably competitive capitalist economy.
Farmers and members of social reform movements of the early to mid twentieth century often argued that there were powerful bankers and financial interests or wealthy industrialists.
uregina.ca /~gingrich/d202.htm   (2577 words)

  
 Chateau de Brézé - Grands Vins de Saumur
Le fait de cliquer sur le bouton ou le lien "Valider la commande" signifie à la fois que vous achetez le bien présenté et également que vous acceptez les présentes conditions générales de vente.
Lorsque le consommateur clique sur le bouton ou le lien "Valider votre commande", il est alors lié irrévocablement, son acceptation ne peut être remise en cause sauf application de l’article 7.
Les parties conviennent que tout litige né du présent contrat relève de la compétence exclusive des juridictions du fournisseur.
chateau-de-breze.vinomedia.fr /CGV.asp   (963 words)

  
 Canada in the Making - Specific Events & Topics
These Legislative Councils, responsible only to the governor, were controlled by a group of elites in both provinces.
In Lower Canada, its critics called this group the Château Clique.
The wishes of the Legislative Council often came into conflict with those of the Assembly.
www.canadiana.org /citm/specifique/rebellions_e.html   (1266 words)

  
 comm1
Indeed, local oligarchies made up of merchants, bankers, and other business people combined with colonial office-holders and clerical leaders to dominate the political and social life as well as the local economies of each of the colonies.
Even if the best known of such groupings were the "Family Compact" of Upper Canada or the "Chateau Clique" of Quebec -- Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland had there own equivalents.
Often these functions were complementary, for example, both local farmers and local merchants and traders stood to benefit from improvements which reduced transportation costs on the St. Lawrence - Great Lakes waterway.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~reak/hist/comm1.htm   (393 words)

  
 Andrew Bonthius | The Patriot War of 1837–1838: Locofocoism With a Gun? | Labour/Le Travail, 52 | The History ...
The focus of their concerns was the ensuing rebellions against British Crown rule to the North, led first by Louis-Joseph Papineau in Montréal, Lower Canada (LC), and shortly thereafter by William Lyon Mackenzie in Toronto, Upper Canada (UC).
Nearly two decades of fruitless reform struggle against the intransigent rule of the Family Compact in UC and the Chateau Clique in LC had made it a relatively foregone conclusion that the reformers would be pushed to the barricades.
As political conflict between Canadian reformers and the British ruling cliques heated up between 1835 and 1837, Americans cocked their ears northward ever more intent and eager to spill additional ink reporting developments.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/llt/52/bonthius.html   (13327 words)

  
 The Luberon Experience, locations used in movie A Good Year
The Château la Canorgue, about a mile from Bonnieux, was used as the site of the chateau and vineyard Max inherits.
The chateau is located about a mile out of Bonnieux, and we visit there for a tasting during our Luberon Experience week.
The entrance to Canorgue – seen on the road between Bonnieux and the Pont Julien as Max first arrives at his inherited chateau.
www.luberonexperience.com /good_year.htm   (1119 words)

  
 The Canadian National Newspaper: New Progressive Nationalist Party leader calls Stéphane Dion and Gilles Duceppe ...
Indeed, a new generation of elites in Quebec that owns large mass-media outlets and financial institutions, together with the intellectuals, are driven by greed, and not the cultural idealism of previous generations of elites.
These new "Chateau Clique" elites will profess a loyalty to Quebec and the rest of Canada in front of the TV cameras, and then in closed door meetings represented by the SPP, will sell the soul of Quebec and the rest of Canada, which is not for them to sell.
Now, the U.S. military is reportedly beginning to occupy our Quebec, Canadian nation, without the consent of the people of Quebec; and Mr.
www.agoracosmopolitan.com /home/Frontpage/2007/08/21/01710.html   (595 words)

  
 Compacts, Cliques, and Rebellion
When the province of Quebec was split in 1791, many things changed.
It did not take long for the former French colonists to become unhappy.
They referred to their Council as the Chateau Clique.
www.edhelper.com /ReadingComprehension_42_260.html   (289 words)

  
 Battle of the Windmill
A secret para-military Hunter (or Patriot) Lodge was formed, unknown to the U.S. Government.
This Lodge was a band of mis-guided band of idealists who were convinced that the Mackenzie and Papineau Rebellions of the previous year had failed because the Canadian population had not organized themselves properly against the imperialistic British and their toadies in the Family Compact and Chateau Clique.
The Hunters were convinced that many would flock to them and that Canada would become a sister republic of the United States.
www.ripnet.com /sites/colonel_edward_jessup/UEL_Col_J/battle_of_the_windmill.html   (886 words)

  
 Compacts and Cliques
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In Upper Canada, they were known as the Family Compact.
In Lower Canada, they were known as the Chateau Clique.
www.edhelper.com /ReadingComprehension_42_244.html   (284 words)

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