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Pierre Elliott Trudeau - Canadian History.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Pierre Elliott Trudeau (1919-2000), 15th prime minister of Canada (1968-1979, 1980-1984). Trudeau became prime minister on April 20, 1968, succeeding Lester B. Pearson, who had resigned as leader of the Liberal Party and as prime minister earlier that month. Soon after taking office, Trudeau called a general election...

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Québec Act - Canadian History.

Québec Act - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Québec Act, British statute passed in 1774 that greatly expanded the British colony of Québec and instituted French civil law within it. The act was meant to address the conflicting desires of Québec's French- and English-speaking populations, but it failed as a compromise and led to frustration in the...

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Quiet Revolution - Canadian History.

Quiet Revolution - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Quiet Revolution, term used to describe the period of major reforms in Québec, Canada, that lasted from 1960 to 1966. The Quiet Revolution took place during the premiership of Jean Lesage, who was also the leader of Québec's Liberal Party. A Toronto journalist coined the term to describe wide-ranging...

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Red River Rebellion - Canadian History.

Red River Rebellion - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Red River Rebellion (1869-1870), resistance movement against the sale to Canada of territories held by the Hudson's Bay Company. It marked the high point, but also signaled the decline, of the Métis people's power in the Canadian west. The Métis descended from the intermarriage of Europeans with indigenous...

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Residential Schools - Canadian History.

Residential Schools - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Residential Schools, Canadian boarding schools for First Nations and Inuit children. In residential schools, the children were to receive an elementary education modeled after the education that European Canadian children received in their schools. The federal government supported residential schools from the 1850s to 1969. Most closed in 1969,...

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Royal Proclamation of 1763 - Canadian History.

Royal Proclamation of 1763 - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Royal Proclamation of 1763, British proclamation that established boundaries and governments for the American colonies that Britain acquired from France and Spain after the French and Indian War (1754-1763). These colonies included Québec, Florida, and Grenada. The proclamation also set aside a vast area of territory west...

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Rupert's Land - Canadian History.

Rupert's Land - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Rupert's Land, British colonial territory covering a vast region surrounding Hudson Bay in present-day Canada. In May 1670 King Charles II of England awarded a charter for the territory to the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), a new fur-trading enterprise. The territory was known as Rupert's Land until 1870, when...

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John Macdonald - Canadian History.

John Macdonald - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION John Macdonald (1815-1891), first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada (1867-1873, 1878-1891). Macdonald was a practical politician whose deals and maneuvers made possible the creation of the Dominion of Canada and its territorial expansion across the continent. He survived political scandal to complete a program of nationbuilding that...

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Sir Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine - Canadian History.

Sir Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine (1807-1864), Canadian politician and judge who led French Canadians in their fight to maintain their own language and nationality in the British colony of Canada in the 1840s. From 1848 to 1851 LaFontaine headed the first government in the colony controlled by a majority in...

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Wilfrid Laurier - Canadian History.

Wilfrid Laurier - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919), seventh prime minister of Canada (1896-1911). Laurier was the first French Canadian to attain the post of prime minister. Laurier was an excellent speaker in both French and English, and he bridged the divisions between French-speaking and English-speaking Canadians to build a strong Liberal Party reflecting...

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W. L. Mackenzie King - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King

W. L. Mackenzie King - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tenth prime minister of Canada (1921-1926, 1926-1930, 1935-1948). King was the leader of Canada's Liberal Party from 1919 to 1948. On his retirement he had held office longer than any other prime minister in the British Commonwealth, and under his leadership, Canada...

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John Macdonald - Canadian History.

John Macdonald - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION John Macdonald (1815-1891), first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada (1867-1873, 1878-1891). Macdonald was a practical politician whose deals and maneuvers made possible the creation of the Dominion of Canada and its territorial expansion across the continent. He survived political scandal to complete a program of nationbuilding that...

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Alexander Mackenzie - Canadian History.

Alexander Mackenzie - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Alexander Mackenzie (1822-1892), second prime minister of Canada (1873-1878). He succeeded Sir John Alexander Macdonald as prime minister in 1873 and was succeeded in turn by Macdonald five years later. His administration brought a brief interruption in Macdonald's program of nation-building. Scrupulously honest, Mackenzie had many virtues but was...

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Sir John Abbott - Canadian History.

Sir John Abbott - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir John Abbott (1821-1893), third prime minister of Canada (1891-1892). He was an able man, astute and steady as prime minister in a difficult political situation. He had no driving political ambition, was not identified with any notable policy, and neither aroused nor sought public enthusiasm. II

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Sir John Thompson - Canadian History.

Sir John Thompson - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir John Thompson (1845-1894), fourth prime minister of Canada (1892-1894). Thompson was known for his loyalty and ability in defending Conservative Party government policies. However, he aroused no feelings of devotion within the party as first prime minister and founder of the Conservative Party Sir John A. Macdonald

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Sir Mackenzie Bowell - Canadian History.

Sir Mackenzie Bowell - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir Mackenzie Bowell (1823-1917), fifth prime minister of Canada (1894-1896). He held office for 16 months, before a revolt within his Cabinet forced him to resign. With considerable force of character but no special capacity in administration, he was unable either to command the respect of his colleagues...

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Sir Charles Tupper - Canadian History.

Sir Charles Tupper - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir Charles Tupper (1821-1915), sixth prime minister of Canada, (1896), became prime minister through the efforts of the cabinet ministers who resigned from the cabinet of Sir Mackenzie Bowell in 1896. No more successful than Bowell had been, Tupper was defeated by the Liberals under Wilfrid Laurier after...

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Wilfrid Laurier - Canadian History.

Wilfrid Laurier - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919), seventh prime minister of Canada (1896-1911). Laurier was the first French Canadian to attain the post of prime minister. Laurier was an excellent speaker in both French and English, and he bridged the divisions between French-speaking and English-speaking Canadians to build a strong Liberal Party reflecting...

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Sir Robert Borden - Canadian History.

Sir Robert Borden - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Sir Robert Borden (1854-1937), eighth prime minister of Canada (1911-1920). Borden led the Canadian government during the critical years of World War I (19141918), when Canada was coming to political and economic maturity. His broad vision and sound judgment made him an effective leader in these difficult years....

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Arthur Meighen - Canadian History.

Arthur Meighen - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Arthur Meighen (1874-1960), ninth prime minister of Canada, (1920-1921, 1926). Meighen became prime minister at the age of 46. As adviser to Sir Robert Laird Borden during World War I (1914-1918) he pushed through Parliament many of Borden's most important programs. One of these programs, a bill establishing conscription,...

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W. L. Mackenzie King - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King

W. L. Mackenzie King - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION W. L. Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tenth prime minister of Canada (1921-1926, 1926-1930, 1935-1948). King was the leader of Canada's Liberal Party from 1919 to 1948. On his retirement he had held office longer than any other prime minister in the British Commonwealth, and under his leadership, Canada...

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Richard Bennett - Canadian History.

Richard Bennett - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Richard Bennett (1870-1947), 11th prime minister of Canada (1930-1935). Bennett had the misfortune of holding office during the worst of the Great Depression, the hard times of the 1930s. Successful as a lawyer and businessman, he was an administrator of great decisiveness and a forceful speaker. However, he was...

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Louis Stephen St.

Louis Stephen St. Laurent - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Louis Stephen St. Laurent (1882-1973), 12th prime minister of Canada (1948-1957). St. Laurent, known as Uncle Louis, was more distinctly Canadian than any of the country's other prime ministers. His mixed French-speaking and English-speaking background reflected Canada's bilingual heritage and brought him the confidence of other Canadians....

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John Diefenbaker - Canadian History.

John Diefenbaker - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION John Diefenbaker (1895-1979), 13th prime minister of Canada (1957-1963). Diefenbaker was the first Conservative prime minister in 22 years. He became interested in politics in early life, but for 15 years he was beaten at the polls every time he tried to win a local or national office. However,...

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Lester Pearson - Canadian History.

Lester Pearson - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Lester Pearson (1897-1972), 14th prime minister of Canada (1963-1968). Pearson took office in 1963, with a minority in the Canadian House of Commons. He approached the political process with an idealism that was strongly tempered by practicality. He approached problems cautiously, gathering as much background information as he could,...

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