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The French Canadian Idea of Confederation: 1864-1900
At Confederation, most French Canadians felt their homeland was Quebec; they supported the new arrangement because it separated Quebec from Ontario, creating an autonomous French-Canadian provinceExpand
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Comptes rendus / Reviews of books: Priests and Politicians: Manitoba Schools and the Election of 1896 Paul Crunican Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1974. Pp. 369
In this very fine book Professor Crunican studies the relations between Catholic churchmen and Canadian politicians from the outbreak of the Manitoba schools controversy in 1890 to the federalExpand
III. Confederation and Minority Rights
Quelques considérations sur les rapports du Canada français avec l'impérialisme britannique au XIXe siècle
ABSTRACTSeveral factors attracted French Canadians to overseas service in the 19th-century British Empire: a military tradition going back to the French regime: the lure of adventure: and Quebec'sExpand
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French Canada and the Prairie Frontier, 1870–1890
presented in terms of competing imperialisms ofOntario and Quebec. x The acquisition ofRupert's Land, according to Professor W. L. Morton, was completed in such a way that "it would not lead to theExpand
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Ontario’s Alleged Fanaticism in the Riel Affair
fanaticism is a very familiar notion, and one that French Canadians believed in from the beginning. They thought the real grievances of the Mfitis were extenuating circumstances in his favour, andExpand
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