POL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Quebec French, Western Alienation In Canada, Unequal Treaty

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Indians : quebec act 1774 (recognized french institutions and allowed law to be used beside britain) (catholics could practice their religion) Loss of british control of 13 colonies. Government - executive is responsible to an elected representative legislation body: act of union passed 1840 - united upper and lower to the whole province of canada. Confederation: economic & security concerns ( still hostile to south neighbour) caused many in canada west to look to unite all british colonies, debates over structure of new state. Unpopular in many sections due to fear of loss of identities, culture, language. Aboriginals were not considered in new canada . Riel rebellion 1869 (metis did not want to lose their land, culture or language) leading to. Manitoba provincial government: bc 1871 agreed as long as completion of the trans canada railway to help with trades. Railway led to increase of settlement (manitoba, saskatchewan, alberta: pei 1873.

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