Lower Canada

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Lower Canada:

see QuebecQuebec
, Fr. Québec , province (2001 pop. 7,237,479), 594,860 sq mi (1,553,637 sq km), E Canada. Geography

Quebec is bounded on the N by Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay, on the E by the Labrador area of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Gulf of St.
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, province, Canada.

Lower Canada

(from 1791 to 1841) the official name of the S region of the present-day province of Quebec
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While the banks were increasing the supply of redeemable notes, the price level in Lower Canada was following a downward trend.
Jerrell shows us that mechanics' institutes served a vast population, including not only those in the manual trades but also people from commerce, education, a variety of professions, and many of Upper and Lower Canada's political elite.
Indeed, Catholics in Lower Canada had gotten rather used to state support for their religion by the time of Confederation.
At the end of 1828, they deemed it prudent to answer the calls from Lower Canada and to set an example in their own province.
Special acknowledgment to the project partners IISD, Schools on Board, ArcticNet, University of Manitoba, and Lower Canada College.
There is a chapter on shifting political identities in Upper and Lower Canada, but it would be a pleasure to read more of taxer's critical reflections.
By the 18th Century, several orders of nuns (Urseline and Grey) had been established in Lower Canada.
(8.) Jeremy Cockloft, Cursory Observations Made in Quebec Province of Lower Canada in the Year 1811 (Bermuda: Edmund Ward, n.d.: repr.
Baldwin in Upper Canada and LaFontaine in Lower Canada focused Canadian political aspirations on a single principle: that Canadians were entitled to the same rights Britons held in Britain.
For high school his parents sent him to Lower Canada College, a private school in Montreal.
Pierson described in his magisterial Tocqueville and Beaumont in America (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1938), they travelled extensively (from New York, lower Canada, and the Ohio River Valley to Memphis, New Orleans, Washington, and Philadelphia), took detailed notes, and wrote back home to their families and friends about their impressions of America (Beaumont's letters were published in Lettres d'Amerique 1831-1832, Paris: PUF, 1973).
There are brochures published between 1767 and 1840 regarding trials that took place in Quebec / Lower Canada. At that time, the province did not have reports focusing on the publication of case law.