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  Upper Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Upper Canada became a political entity on 26 December 1791 with the passage, in 1790, of the Constitutional Act by the Parliament of Great Britain.
Upper Canada ceased to be a political entity with the Act of Union (1840), when, by an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, it was merged with Lower Canada to form the Province of United Canada.
At Confederation in 1867, the Province of Canada was re-divided along the former boundary as the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
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 Upper Canada Rebellion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Upper Canada Rebellion was, along with the Lower Canada Rebellion in Lower Canada, a rebellion against the British colonial government in 1837 and 1838.
In Upper Canada, one of the most controversial issues in the early 19th century was the allocation of land.
After the War of 1812 the government of Upper Canada was run by the wealthy owners of most of this reserve land, known as the Family CompactLand had also been set aside for the "Protestant Clergy," but the Family Compact interpreted this to mean only the Anglican Church, rather than other Protestant groups or Catholics.
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 Upper Canada Rebellion: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lower canada was a british colony in north america, at the downstream end of the saint lawrence river in the southern portion of the modern-day province of...
Upper canada is an early name for the land at the upstream end of the saint lawrence river in early north america the territory south of lake nipissing...
Canada west was the western portion of the province of canada....
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 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Upper Canada
Lower Canada was a British colony in North America, at the downstream end of the Saint Lawrence River in the southern portion of the modern-day province of Quebec.
The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) is responsible for the self-regulation of lawyers in the province of Ontario.
Upper Canada was a British territory in the Canadian province of Ontario.
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 Upper Canada
Upper Canada, the predecessor of modern ONTARIO, came into existence when the British Parliament passed the CONSTITUTIONAL ACT, 1791, dividing the old PROVINCE OF QUEBEC into LOWER CANADA in the E and Upper Canada in the W along the present-day Ontario-Québec BOUNDARY.
Reformer William Lyon MACKENZIE sometimes wanted Upper Canada to be a kind of Jeffersonian dream and envisaged a province composed of yeomen-farmers wedded to the soil, firmly patriotic and ready to become British-American minutemen.
For battered post-rebellion Upper Canada the impetus for real political change could only come from Westminster, although it might be accelerated by advocates in the province, as was later shown by the brief but powerful government of Robert Baldwin and Louis LAFONTAINE.
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 The Bar Towel - Upper Canada Brewing Co.
Upper Canada beers are currently brewed by Sleeman Breweries, but readers of the Bar Towel should know the history and impact of the formerly independent Upper Canada Brewing Company, its principles and what it stood for, before it assumed its present form as a segment of Sleeman's portfolio.
Upper Canada Brewing was founded in 1985 by Frank Heaps, and during its existence in Toronto produced some of the finest beers in the city.
Upper Canada will be remembered as a brewery that made fine beers, gave great tours, pulled plenty of free samples, provided kegs to the public, and did its best to convince Torontonians to taste styles outside of the uninteresting mass-brewed beers they grew up with.
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 Upper Canada - Canadian Confederation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Upper Canada, the precursor of modern-day Ontario, was created by the Constitutional Act of 1791, which divided the former Province of Quebec into two parts: Upper Canada and Lower Canada.
The terms "Upper Canada" and "Lower Canada," in the Canadian historical context, therefore refer to the period between 1791 and 1841.
It was thus not surprising that Upper Canada should welcome the report, while it met with an angry outcry by the French-speaking population, primarily in Lower Canada.
www.collectionscanada.ca /confederation/023001-2001-e.html   (1441 words)

 Upper Canada College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Upper Canada College (UCC) is an all-male elementary and secondary school in Toronto, Canada, the oldest independent school in the province of Ontario, and the third oldest school in Canada.
The College was founded in 1829 by then-Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Major-General Sir John Colborne (later, Lord Seaton).
Later in the 1800s, in schools throughout England, Canada and the United States, involvement in a military body was thought of to inspire patriotism in young men, as well as being a good method of teaching discipline and obedience.
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 Upper Canada People
Governor-general of Canada (as Marquis of Lorne), 1878-1883.
Educated at Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto; studied law and called to the oar, 1853; made Q C., 1867; Bencher of the Iaw Society, 1871.
In 1879 consecrated bishop of Montreal; in 1901 archbishop; and in 1904 primate of all Canada.
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 Upper Canada - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Upper Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Historic province, the forerunner of modern Ontario, created in 1791 from the western half of the Province of Québec, including lands west of the Ottawa River and south of Rupert's Land.
Only sparsely populated before the American Revolution, the region that was to become Upper Canada soon became home to many Loyalists fleeing north after the colonial forces triumphed.
In 1840, following rebellions both in Upper Canada (against oligarchy) and in Lower Canada (against domination by English speakers), Upper Canada became Canada West, part of the United Province of Canada (1841–67), predecessor of the Dominion of Canada.
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 Upper Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Upper Canada became a political entity in 1791 with the passing of the Constitutional Act by the Parliament of Great Britain, which divided the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada.
This land was surveyed by the government of the Province of Quebec, particularly in eastern Ontario along the Saint Lawrence River, as the, while the Eastern Townships were in Lower Canada.
The lion, the eagle, and Upper Canada : a developing colonial ideology.
www.northolmsted.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Upper_Canada   (725 words)

 Upper Canada -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Image:Canada upper.PNG Upper Canada was a British territory in what is now the Canadian province of Ontario.
Upper Canada officially existed from 1774 to 1840 and covered generally present-day Southern Ontario.
Upper Canada became a political entity in 1791 with the passage, in 1790, of the Constitutional Act by the Parliament of Great Britain.
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 York, Upper Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
York was the name of Toronto, Ontario, Canada between 1793 and 1834.
He believed it would be a superior location for the capital of Upper Canada, which was then at Newark (now Niagara-on-the-Lake), as the new site would be less vulnerable to attack by the Americans.
York became the capital of Upper Canada on February 1, 1796.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/York,_Upper_Canada   (239 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.
US troops enter Upper Canada in the west and east, taking Sandwich (Windsor) and bombarding Kingston and blockading her harbour.
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 Rebellion of 1837-39 in Canada (upper Canada)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Kevin Harrington, president of ACV/CFA, informed me at NAVA 32 that it is a wide-spread mistake that the Upper Canada Reformist flag is all blue, coming from the fact that the flag kept in a museum is ripped and some people wrongly assumed that the lower half of the flag was all blue.
The upper half is blue with two white stars, representing the "republics" of Upper and Lower Canada (they were actually colonies, since the rebellions were crushed).
In Upper Canada, at least, it was the Radicals and not the Reformers who were behind the violence in 1837, and they never amounted to more than about a thousand people within a population of about a half-million.
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 The Regional Municipality of Niagara - Upper Canada Lodge
Upper Canada Lodge is located on six acres in the Commons, in historic Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Upper Canada Lodge is located at 272 Wellington Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Upper Canada Lodge is on the corner at 272 Wellington Street.
www.regional.niagara.on.ca /living/seniors/upper_canada_lodge.aspx   (452 words)

 Upper Canada Genealogy - helping you trace your Ontario roots
Upper Canada Genealogy offers a full range of research services to help you learn about your family history.
Each of the how-to booklets published by Upper Canada Genealogy provide a wealth of practical tips and information to help you trace your family tree.
Upper Canada Genealogy can help by narrowing your search to the best and most helpful sites for Upper Canada research.
www.uppercanadagenealogy.com   (302 words)

 Upper Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Students and staff at Upper Canada College know the grass is greener on the side of environmental awareness.
Several lawyers are currently working on a plan to ask Legal Aid Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada to require a special certification for any lawyer...
The province ceased to be a political entity in 1840, when it was merged with Lower Canada to form the Province of Canada.
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 Upper Canada Paddle - Home Page
Upper Canada Paddle is a well established Canadian company producing quality products which are sold in North America and overseas.
As Upper Canada Paddle grew, it was moved to a 2300 sq ft factory just outside Stirling, Ontario.
The factory was enlarged a few years later to 4500 sq ft. A warehouse and packaging facility of 5200 sq ft. was built in 1998.
www.uppercanadapaddle.com   (227 words)

 Upper Canada Canoe Company
Upper Canada Canoe Company is the manufacturer of Fine Woodstrip Boats.
At Upper Canada Canoe Company, we have at least one model of canoe that will be right for you.
At Upper Canada Canoe Company, we are not just boat builders but we are also avid paddlers.
www.angelfire.com /folk/canoe   (153 words)

 Crime & Punishment in Colonial Upper Canada Toronto
Public hanging in Canada wasn't abolished until 1869, and in Toronto it was moved indoors from the Don Jail yard into its confines in 1905.
A punishment that remained on the books in Canada until very recently, whipping was most often routinely prescribed for petty larceny (theft under $10), and accompanied by a term in jail.
In 1802 an Act was introduced providing for the banishment of convicts from the Province of Upper Canada for a maximum period up to life.
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 Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel, bed & breakfast, restaurant - Upper Canada Hotels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake, Upper Canada Hotels offers a wide selection of quality accommodation and dining.
The Charles Inn is a historic 1832 mansion that offers 12 luxurious rooms and an outstanding dining experience either in our dining room or on one of our verandas.
Our competent, friendly staff look forward to an opportunity to welcome you to Niagara-on-the-Lake and to be of any assistance that is necessary to ensure that you have the best stay possible.
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 Civilization.ca - Canada Hall - Arriving in Upper Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
They were disliked in the United States because their belief in pacifism obliged them to remain neutral during the war.
Many of these religious communities relocated in Waterloo County, Upper Canada, where their descendants can be found today.
Upper Canada because of the availability of inexpensive tracts of farmland.
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 Upper Canada (Ontario) Mailing List
Upper Canada (now Ontario) was all that land lying west of the Ottawa River, while Lower Canada (now Quebec) was all the land lying east.
Upper Canada (present-day Ontario) became known as Canada West while Lower Canada (present day Quebec) became known as Canada East.
In 1867 Upper Canada, or Canada West was given the name of the province of Ontario.
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 Upper Canada Brewing Company Writers' Craft Award
In the year 2000, at the start of the new millennium, the Upper Canada Brewing Company established a new literary tradition with its inaugural Writers' Craft Award, the largest prize in Canada honouring a published collection of short stories.
After a successful sophomore year in 2001, Upper Canada is once again pleased to invite Canadian publishers of fiction to submit short story collections by Ontario-based authors for the Third Annual Upper Canada Brewing Company Writers' Craft Award.
The Upper Canada Brewing Company is one of the pioneers of the craft beer movement in Ontario.
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 BBC NEWS | Americas | Country profiles | Timeline: Canada
He is succeeded by Kim Campbell, Canada's first female prime minister.
It is the first territory in Canada to have a majority indigenous population.
The move is seen as a challenge to rival territorial claims and follows a spat with Denmark over an uninhabited island.
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 eBay - upper canada, Coins World, Paper Money World items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Canada Upper Bank 1/2 Penny Token 1854 EF (AQ28)
Canada, Bank of Upper Canada 1d token of 1850
Upper Canada Pioneer Families Ontario rev upg Genealogy
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 Upper Canada Genealogy - Upper Canada Chronology
Canada (constitutional) Act; Quebec is divided into Upper and Lower Canada with Upper Canada (now Ontario) containing all that land lying west of the Ottawa River, and Lower Canada (now Quebec) containing all the land lying east
Act of the Upper Canada legislature states that all slave children born in Upper Canada after this time will be free at the age of 25
Act of Union; Upper and Lower Canada become Canada West and East with an elected Assembly; District Councils are established to replace Courts of Quarter Sessions for administrative purposes
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