Canadian History (French English Relations 1759-1867)

  • Royal Proclamation

    meant to protect Natives from uncontrolled white settlements
  • Quebec Act

    Intended to reorganize the way these British territories were governed.
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    North West Company

    A major force in the fur trade.
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    War of 1812

    War between the Northern British Colonies (Canada) and the US.
  • Seven Oaks Incident

    7 NWC partners and many men where seized by HBC, impairing the NWC business. This was one causes of the amalgamation of HBC and NWC because it caused a parliamentary Act that granted exclusive trade to both companies.
  • Act of Union

    It brought equal representation Canada West (Ontario) and Canada East (Quebec), even though Canada East was much more populous, to insure the political ascendancy of the British. It banished the French language from official government use.
  • Baldwin-Lafontaine coalition

    They achieved responsible government when he passed the bill "Rebellion Losses Bill", and they passed an act that forgave the rebels (Amnesty Act).
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    American Civil War

    Conflict between the Union (Northern Us States) and the Southern US states, it formed the confederacy of USA
  • First Prime minister of Canada

    John A. Macdonald
  • Canada becomes a Nation

    A union between the Colonies of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Canada East and Canada west, to become a nation.