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  • Two Provinces Of Upper And Lower Canada
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    The Quebec Act of 1774 Administration of the conquered province by a governor and an appointed council was established by royal proclamation. In 1774 the English Parliament passed the Quebec Act. This was the first important milestone in the constitutional history of British Canada. Under its terms the boundaries of Quebec were extended as far as the Ohio River valley. The Roman Catholic church was recognized by the Quebec Act, and its right to collect tithes was confirmed. Also of enduring impo...
  • Laurier's Liberal Immigration Policy
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    Sir Wilfrid Laurier By Ritchie Rocha The first French Canadian to become prime minister of Canada was Wilfrid Laurier. Although French was his native tongue, he became a master of the English language. This and his picturesque personality made him popular throughout Canada, and he led the young country in a 15-year period of great development. Wilfrid Laurier was born in St-Lin, Quebec, and studied law at McGill University. After three years in the Quebec legislature, he was elected to the Canad...
  • Timber Industry A Better Deal With Canada
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    Bill Brennan 11/09/00 NAFTA and the Timber Industry Per. 4-5 Over the past four hundred years or so, timber has helped to fuel the economy of the United States of America. Billions of dollars change hands every year on timber alone just from the United States' producers and their counterpart retailers. In the 1970's the United States was second on the list of the largest lumber producing countries in the world trailing only Russia. We were the powerhouse when it came to timber production, and we...
  • Anti Personnel Mines
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    Saving the World One Tax dollar at a Time By: Heather Stein Canada, a sparsely populated giant, is not a land of patriotic zealots. Compared to the economic powerhouse down south, our dollar is always low, and our dependency on the world's last remaining superpower often leaves us with the belief that the "true north strong and free" is but a pilot fish living off a shark. Canadian citizens, however, have an extraordinary reason to be proud. The Chretien administration has allotted one hundred m...
  • Most Popular American Programs
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    ESCAPING EXTINCTION Much has been written, and even more said, about what constitutes the Canadian character, what identifies the quintessential Canadian. Two features clearly emerge as dominant elements in the make-up of both English and French-speaking members of our family: Canadians are constantly brooding over who we are, what gives us our Canadian character, and what makes us different from other nations. Most other nations never think about such things, or take the answers for granted. Se...
  • Timber Industry A Better Deal With Canada
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    Agricultural Trade Policy INTRODUCTION Over the past four hundred years or so, timber has helped to fuel the economy of the United States of America. Billions of dollars change hands every year on timber alone just from the United States's producers and their counterpart retailers. In the 1970's the United States was second on the list of the largest lumber producing countries in the world trailing only Russia (by a few billion board feet per year). We were the powerhouse when it came to timber ...

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