Official power and countervailing powers

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  • Period: Jul 27, 1500 to

    Offcial power and contervailing power

  • Dec 17, 1500

    First occupants

    First occupants
    They have no offcial leadership But tsociety roles gave a difference in power of the groups iroquois was a Matriarchy leadership and decision makeing was made by a woman for Algonkians it was Patriarchy fathers played the leadership role
  • Period: Dec 19, 1500 to

    First occupants

  • Power relations between Amerindians and the colonial administrators

    Power relations between Amerindians and the colonial administrators
    alliances were made to get fur
    french was with the Hurons, they lost their land and alot of people to the to the Iroquois
    English was with the iroquois
    comtion was worst when the dutch came
    French now have to find new places to get fur so the coureur (people who travel deep to get fur) was born
  • Period: to

    French Regime

  • Royal goverment

    Royal goverment
    The king new france put this in place to
    the king and the minster of marine stayed in new france
    Governer was commander of army and dealer of extrenal affairs
    intentant was most influential he was the chief administrator and controlled the budget
    the bishop controlled the priests, hospitals, schools and charites
    the Captain of Militia dealt with issues on seigneuries
  • Great peace of montreal

    Great peace of montreal
    or called the Grand settlement of 1701
    new franch and a group of Nation representatives ailied that day for trading until war starts
  • Power relations bettween the church and state

    Power relations bettween the church and state
    they had political power since they were in the sovveregn council
    Priests in charge of parishes
    Priests working as missionaries
    Nuns working in hospitals
  • Power relation between the colony and the mother country

    Power relation between the colony and the mother country
    Absolute monarchy: The king Louis the 14 named administrators of the colony and can still reverse any decisions he make to Canada
  • Life in new france

    Life in new france
    Settlers had working but happy life and self depentant since France was worst
    they had their own way of life
    since their was distance from France
    and influents of native way of life
  • Articles of Capitulation

    Articles of Capitulation
    these were the terms Britian gave to the frence when they won
    1. The French Militia could return home, no one would lose their property
    2. The French Regular military would lay down their arms and leave.
    3. The people could practice the R.C. religion, but the Bishop would have to leave.
    4. The people who stayed would become British Subjects.
    only the rich left since they had the monet
  • Period: to

    British Rule

  • Treaty of paris

    Treaty of paris
    7 year war ends
    all terri know is given to the King of England
    two islands where left for fishing reasons( St.pierre, Miquelon)
  • Royal Proclamtion

    Royal Proclamtion
    the colony is called the province of Quebec
    decreases the border of Quebec
    The King appointed a Governor who then appointed members of an Executive Council to advise him.
    English Criminal and Civil laws were applied
    this was put the assimilate the french
    no new bishop
    no Roman Catholics could be in offices to keep the frence out
  • Quebec act

    Quebec act
    Birtain wanted the frenchto be happy to they don't side with the french
    they enlarge Quebec
    denied an assembly
    Appointed council
    French civil laws were given back
    Test act Oath made sure the french could go to office
  • Difficulties of the first Governors

    Difficulties of the first Governors
    the french were 99 percent of the population so James murray to bend the rules to make people not the rebel
    he gave a new Bishop
    french lwas in lower courts
    He did not call an elected assembly because it would favor the English Merchants
    the english mercants opposed to this and got Guy Carleton who made sure the french like them so they had their loyal to the Americans who wanted independence
  • Why the Americans where unhappy

    Why the Americans where unhappy
    13 colonies were unhappy because they had fought to gain they wanted to control of the Ohio Valley however it was denied to them. even though they fought for it
    British merchants wanted an elected assembly
    The Canadians were fearful of the Proclamation
    They were scared of a possible elected assembly
    Uneasy about lack of guarantees to their religion
  • The Constitutional Act

    The Constitutional Act
    the provice was spilt in two
    lower canada was for alll the french
    and upper canda for all the Loyalists
    they could keep what they want on each side
    like laws twonship systems and English civil laws
  • meanwhile in the states

    meanwhile in the states
    American needed the Birtian protection from the french
    they wanted expansion
    since tradeing with the french was a thing they made strict control on trade
    so a war happend (not really important)
    But loyalste cames to Quebec and they changed everything
  • What the loyalists did

    What the loyalists did
    now the Population changed to 10 percent
    the Loyalist like the township system, English civils laws and elected assembiles
    the Loyalist told they wanted their way of life in Quebec so they sended lettres to London
  • Representative Goverment

    Representative Goverment
    each Canda had
    lieutenant Governer acted as deputy governer
    Executive conucil advised Governer
    legislative Council approves or reject laws
    Lwgilative Assemblyhad the power of approve taxes and created laws
    people had a say in the goverment
    a Governer ruled both he had veto power
  • Faults in Representative Government

    Faults in Representative Government
    the assembly had the power to make laws and approve taxes but the Council had veto power
    the Council wanted to make money in investments but the assembly didn't want to invest in something that didn't help them
    also lauguge problems came too
  • The 92 Resolutions

    The 92 Resolutions
    leader of the patrotes was Josph Papuneau gave 92 Resolution to the problems manly Responsible Goverment
    10 Resolution was given back not solving any prpblems and gave more power to the Council
    so they Rebeled
  • The Rebllions

    The Rebllions
    the British party and the Parti canadian were no negotiaing so nothing was done
    Patriotes made a solution to rebel
    they were issues of bad weather
    people wanted a elected assembly
    and jobs were getting scares with the immigrations
  • Lord Durham’s Recommendations:

    Lord Durham’s Recommendations:
    When the french lost Lord Durham came in to find out what to do of the situation
    he said to increase immigration of Birrtish to Assimilate the french
    the Canada should unit since english had the majority
    veto power should be eliminated
  • Act of Union

    Act of Union
    Created the Provice of quebec a combination of Canda East ans West
    Canada east and west both bath the same reprisentatives
    Governor had veto power but was slowly changed over time by lord Elgin
    the Candas shared the same debts
    now people elect the Leg Assembly
    the prime minster propose law though the Assembly
  • Influents of Church

    Influents of Church
    after 1837 they were powerful they had the cures
    they controled births marriages and deaths
    they controlled education and other reiligous activies
    and the Protestamts were divides
  • The Quebec Conference

    The Quebec Conference
    the same people made 72 resolution to make the merge possible
    a ferderal goverment
    24 seats each house
    Assembly elected by “rep by pop”
    a railway from the colonys
    some didn't like the idea like Nfld and PEI
    Dorion's parti apposed the idea
    but it somehow made it though
  • the Charlottetown Conference

    the Charlottetown Conference
    leaders of both canadas meet with the maritimes provinces
    in this meeting they want to merge
  • Period: to

    Contemporary Period

  • The London Conference

    The London Conference
    The Dominion of Canda was made by 4 colonyes to become self-governing
    Canada came at 1867 with Ontario Quebec new brunwick and nova sociat
    the ferderal goverment had the reposiblities of defense, bank postal service and crime laws and provical of education insitution, hospitals and civil rights
    immigration and agriculture was shared
  • Power relations between feminist movements and the state:

    Power relations between feminist movements and the state:
    the start of the National council of Women action of the suffragettes
    the election of woman in the Assembly in Quebec like Marie-claire
    ending the legal incapacity of married women
    laws to pay equity is adopted
  • Maurice Duplessis

    Maurice Duplessis
    Duplessie loves the rural life since people there had tradional values he wanted agrculture to be the powerhouse in Quebec
    Duplessie was accuse of not putting interset in quebec workers
    some people like Pierre Elliott Trudeau and René Lévesque didn't like Duplessie way of life
  • the Quiet Revolution

    the Quiet Revolution
    this is when Quebec did a rapid process of social , economic and political reform in Quebec
    it started when Jean Lesage and his Liberal Party won againt the union Nationale
    they moved forward by the goverment a major economic force increaseing education and separation of church and stat
  • Power relations between financial circles and the state

    Power relations between financial circles and the state
    they involed of businessmen in politics and acces to law for their companies
    funding od certain companies by the goverment
    to 1960 they control certain companies like hydro-Quebec and they recognize the rights of employees