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Okay, we"re gonna look at unrest and rebellion, first in lower canada, then in upper. Canada, and finally what the lasting impact was. Keep an eye out for the rebellions in. Montreal, your great-great-great-grandfather, edward lightheart, was in the royal scots. Regiment, and was sent over to put down the rebellions. So, in the late fall of 1837, rebellions broke out in both upper and lower canada. Now, the upper canadian rebellion was largely small and easily put down due to lack of popular support, but the ones in lower canada were far more severe, there were around. 150 deaths, martial law was enforced, over one thousand arrests, many were shipped to. There was considerable unrest in lower canada over the power of the legislative council to give patronage appointments and control all major political decisions. Remember, the legislative assembly was elected, but could not enact any laws.

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