English-French Relations

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    Hudson Bay Company

    The HBC is oldest stock company in the english speaking world, and held the monopoly for the fur trade. In the modern world, they are a flourishing franchise, with stores open in many areas of The Americas.
  • Battle on the Plains of Abraham

    Battle on the Plains of Abraham
    This battle between the French and the British lasted only fifteen minutes, but was a pivotal part of the seven years war between the two nations. Though the British won, they and the French suffered similar casualties.
  • Royal Proclamation Signed

    The Royal proclomation was biased towards the British, therefore narrowing the possible men who could hold seats down to 200 from over 70 000. The oath of allegiance had referances to the prodistant faith, so no Catholic man could, in good conscience, take the oath required to hold a seat in parlaiment.
  • Quebec Act Signed

    The Quebec Act allowed the French the freedom to practice their own religion, and to continue speaking French. The pledge of allegiance was re-writen so that it didn't make referance to the Prodestant faith, so that Catholic men could hold seats as well.
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    American Revolution

    These were the years in which the Thirteen Colonies rebeled against the British, and eventually extricated themselves from the monarchy in Britan.
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    North-West Company

    A major force in the fur trade, along side the hudson Bay company. Their major trapper/cartographer was David Thompson. This man single handedly created the most comprehensive maps of western Canada until we were able to use GPS technology.
  • General Isaac Brock

    He was hero of the battle of Queenston Heights in 1812.
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    The War of 1812

    This war between the American and the British ended in a stalemate because both colonies won the same number of determining battles.
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    The Great Migration

    This was after the War of 1812, when the people living in the thirteen colonies still loyal to the Queen were persecuted. These people came north to Canada seeking sancuary, and a new life.
  • Start of Industrial Revolution

    These were the years when, in Britain, factories were being made, and household item became mass-produced. This is also the indirect cause of the dramatic decline in beaver numbers, as men wanted beaver-felt hats.
  • Responsable Government

    Responsable Government
    The idea is first brought up, and is started to be integrated. It will be several years before it will be in common use.
  • Responsable Government

    It is in full swing now, and the out come is better than expected, as it allows the common man a say in how the country in which he lives in run.
  • Confederation

    The union of British North America with the maritimes and the rest of Canada via the Trans-Canada railway.
  • John A. Macdonald

    His inaugration into parlement, where he served for 18 years. He, along with George Brown and George Cartier, formed the first coalition government, and helped tie the Canada's together. He was an alcoholic, and his wife died due to an addiction to liquid opium.
  • David Thompson

    He was the first to provide comprehensive maps of Canada's western territories.