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Timeline - Tupper Final

  • Colonial Government

    The executive coucil was appointed by the governor, the legislative was also appointed. Colonial goverment is the system of goverment within it's one colony.
  • Rebellions of 1837

    Politics and Law:
    The Rebellions of 1837 began from a number of events that lead Lower Canada in to surrection. There were crop failures in parts of lower canda which lead the lower Canadians into starvation. These factors contributed to the rebellion.
  • Durham's Report

    Durham's Report
    Politics and Law:
    Durham's report was completed by John George Lambton, the report was written to create and end to the Rebellions of 1837.
    The results of this was Responsible Government and union of Upper and Lower Canada - emerged from an analysis of the causes of the rebellions.
  • Manifest Destiny

    Political and Law:
    Manifest Destiny is the was the widely held belief that American settlers were destined to expand across the continent.
  • Cariboo: Gold Rush

    Cariboo: Gold Rush
    Economic and Tech:
    The cariboo gold rush, was the first gold rush to occur in the province of BC. A gold rush is a disscovery of gold in a certain area of land.
  • Election of John A Mcdonald

    Election of John A Mcdonald
    Politics and Law:
    In December of 1863, John a Mcdonald was elected to be the very first Prime Minister of Canada. He also served as the prime minister for the majority of his life. He was an excellent leader.
  • First Confederation Conference: Charolette Town

    Politics and Law:
    The first conference prior to the forming of the dominion of Canada. This conference was orginally scheduled to discuss the posibility of a union for the maritime provinces,
  • Second Confederation: Quebec

    Second Confederation: Quebec
    The Quebec Conference was the second meeting held in 1864 to discuss Canadian Confederation.the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island had agreed at the close of the Charlottetown Conference to meet again at Quebec City Newfoundland also sent two observers, but did not participate directly in the proceedings. British Columbia did not participate in the conference.
  • Third Confederation Conference: London

    Third Confederation Conference: London
    Politcs and Law:
    The last and final conference prior to Confederation was held in London, ON. By November 1866, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Canada had agreed to join Confederation. Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island declined.
    All that was left was to get the British North America bill passed in the British Parliament
  • Constituion Act (BNA Act)

    is a major part of Canada's Constitution. The Act created a federal dominion and defines much of the operation of the Government of Canada.
  • Confederation: Offical

    Canadian Confederation is the result of a series of events by which the federal Dominion of Canada was formed on July 1, 1867. On that day, three British colonies became four provinces of the new dominion. The existing Province of Canada was divided into the new provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and two other colonies, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, also became provinces of the Dominion of Canada.
  • Downfall of the HBC.

    Downfall of the HBC.
    Before the Red River Settlement took place, the HBC took at turn for the worse. The company lost a lot of business, resulting in the loss of Rupers land.
  • Riel - The Leader

    Riel - The Leader
    Louis Riel was a Canadian politican, he was bilingual and eventually led the Metis in the Red River Rebellion. He led two resistance movements against the Canadian government and its first post-Confederation prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald.
  • Red River Rebellion

    Red River Rebellion
    Politics and Law:
    HBC and the Canadian government were fighting over Rupert's land, and since the HBC was losing business they handed over the land without any consent with the Metis. The Metis were displeased and henseforth, started the rebellion.
  • Creation of Manitoba

    As a result of the Red River Settlement, Louis Riel the legislature passed the Manitoba Act, allowing the Red River Colony to enter Confederation as the province of Manitoba.
  • Fenian Attacks

    Fenians were Irish attackers that attacked the British in canada. They were sent to scare away the british from their land.
  • Northwest Mounted Police

    Northwest Mounted Police
    The Northwest Mounted Police was one of the first offical police Canadian Police Forces.
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    Canadian History 1800-1905

  • The Fur trade: All throughout

    Economy :
    Throughout all of Canadian history the fur trade has been a huge impact and system that is still very important to this day.
  • Beginning to build the Canadian Pacific Railway

    Beginning to build the Canadian Pacific Railway
    The railway was originally built between eastern Canada and BC, during this year. The railway was intended to eventually connect all of Canada, and to make trades more effiecient.
  • Northwest Rebellion

    Politics and Law:
    Brief and unsucessful uprising by the Metis, against Canada.The Metis thought that the government was failing to meet their needs. Throuhgout this rebellion there were a series of battles. However they remained unsucessful.
  • CPR - Opening

    CPR - Opening
    Economic: By this year the train was ready to go, and was being used for trade. It only extnened to BC. In Eastern Canada, the CPR had created a network of lines reaching from Quebec City to St. Thomas, Ontario by 1885, and had launched a fleet of Great Lakes ships to link its terminals. The CPR had effected purchases and long-term leases of several railways through an associated railway company, the Ontario and Quebec Railway
  • Trial of Riel

    Trial of Riel
    Politics and Law:
    The trial of Louis Riel is one of the most famous. Riel was hunged, by the power of Thomas Scott. He was led to his trial by treason.The trial, which took place in July 1885 and lasted only five days, resulted in a guilty verdict.
  • Gold Rush: Yukon (Klondike)

    Gold Rush: Yukon (Klondike)
    This gold rush, had about 100,000 intruders that invaded to find gold.