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The northerly and westerly boundaries of the province of Ontario

Francis Hincks

The northerly and westerly boundaries of the province of Ontario

and the award relating thereto.

by Francis Hincks

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Published by C. Blackett Robinson in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario -- Boundaries -- Manitoba

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17563968M

    It was so low that on one occasion a prisoner moved the rafters and made his way to liberty through the roof. For the purposes of the assessment roll to be prepared for the City of Barrie in for taxation inthe annexed area is deemed to be part of the City of Barrie. In July,the Manitoba legislature amended the act of 18S1 so that an election could be held in this constituency at any time. Roblin had a conference will; him in regard to Manitoba's claims, and a settlement was reached. David Laird, and his council at once set at work upon the task committed to them.

    Therefore, in the project we have to present to the house to-day, instead of including in the province of Saskatchewan that portion of territory lying north of Lake Winnipegosis and Lake Manitoba, we propose to leave that outside to be included neither in Saskatchewan nor in Manitoba, but to be dealt with at some future day. These are situated at Six NationsTyendinaga and Akwesasne The resolutions showed that, while Manitoba was smaller than most of the other provinces, she had organized a government complete enough to govern a much larger territory; that the character, resources, and needs of the country immediately west of Manitoba were almost identical with those of the province; and that in the interest of economical administration a part of that territory might well be added to Manitoba. The land described in Schedule 1 becomes part of the City of Barrie.

    A month earlier some of the residents of Rat Portage had decided at a public meeting to form a municipality there under the jurisdiction of Ontario and had subsequently elected a reeve and councillors. A researcher concerned with pre records will need to be able to make the distinction between terms such as "Upper Canada, ", "Canada West, " or "Province of Canada, ". The award gave Ontario more than she had any right to expect, and so her legislature promptly passed an act to ratify the award and adopted measures for the administration of justice in the new territory; but the Dominion government declined to endorse the award of the commission. The request was not unlike that preferred by Mr.


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The northerly and westerly boundaries of the province of Ontario by Francis Hincks Download PDF Ebook

Laurier that, if Keewatin were to be divided, Ontario would claim a part of it; and when the Ontario legislature met on the 21st of the month, the speech from the throne intimated that the Dominion government would be likely to consider Ontario's demand favorably. A political stalemate between the French - and English -speaking legislators, as well as fear of aggression from the United States during and immediately after the American Civil Warled the political elite to hold a series of conferences in the s to effect a broader federal union of all British North American colonies.

About two years later parliament passed an act, which provided for the establishment of municipal government in portions of the District of Keewatin.

There are neither fictitious characters nor romantic fantasy in this genre. The land hereby conveyed contains two thousand, five hundred square miles more or less. Therefore, in the project we have to present to the house to-day, instead of including in the province of Saskatchewan that portion of territory lying north of Lake Winnipegosis and Lake Manitoba, we propose to leave that outside to be included neither in Saskatchewan nor in Manitoba, but to be dealt with at some future day.

The act which created the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan out of the North-West Territories received the assent of the governor-general July 20,and four days later a proclamation was issued, which detached Keewatin from any connection with Manitoba and added it to the remaining North-West Territory.

Inthe two colonies were united to form the Province of Canada.

The Evolution of Ontario's Boundaries 1774

Smith, Hon. He said: "But, sir, there is another demand of the province of Manitoba which, I think, is entitled to fair consideration Manitoba has asked to have her territory extended to the shores of Hudson Bay, and this is a prayer which seems to me entitled to a fair hearing.

Nevertheless the district had less of good government and more of lawlessness than any other place in Canada. After a time the extension of the provincial boundaries was desired for another reason.

Hincks, Francis, (Sir) (1807

The act came into force on July 1,and it made the total area of the province, after its eastern boundary had been fixed, about 73, sq. With Canada's acquisition of Rupert's Land, Ontario was interested in clearly defining its borders, especially since some of the new areas in which it was The northerly and westerly boundaries of the province of Ontario book were rapidly growing.

Laurier's remarks and, following its traditional policy, to claim the lion's share of any new territory which Manitoba might naturally expect to receive. The main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway was being constructed through the district at that time, and several thousand men were employed on sections of the line lying east and west of Rat Portage.

At the same time, the Albany River became the province's northern boundary. If the Town of Innisfil or the County of Simcoe has commenced procedures with respect to any matter other than those described in subsections 3 4 and 4 2and the matter applies to the annexed area and, on January 1,has not been completed, the City of Barrie may continue the procedures to complete the matter to the extent that it applies to the annexed area.

In the North-West Territories a prohibitory law, enacted by the Dominion parliament, was in force, while Manitoba had a licence system. It was not until that the Canadian parliament passed an act which gave the North-West Territories a government entirely distinct from that of Manitoba, and up to that time it would have been easy to add very extensive districts to the province without disturbing the machinery of their government.

The request was not unlike that preferred by Mr. Click to see a larger image K The Quebec Act included what is now southern and central Ontario south of the Arctic watershed into the Province of Quebec.

During Mr Greenway's premiership the long-standing matters of dispute between the federal and provincial governments—better financial terms for the. On March 2 Premier Whitney wrote Mr. Clarke eleven years earlier. In extending the laws of the original province to the added districts, power was given to the lieutenant-governor in council to proclaim such laws in force in these districts as might be deemed wise.

Land commissioners for the district were appointed, commissions were issued to magistrates and constables in Rat Portage, and a court-house and jail were built there.

Bill has been enacted as Chapter 29 of the Statutes of Ontario, In December,the Dominion government reopened negotiations for a settlement of the question, and in the following March the Ontario legislature approved of a reference either to the privy council or to a commission as the lieutenant-governor might deem wise.

Schedule Paragraph 1 of subsection 2 1 1. The estimated area of the small province was about 9, acres. There were heavy waves of immigration in the s, and the population of Canada West more than doubled by over the previous decade.

Due to this genre reader can find out a lot of new and interesting nuances about the thing which he is excited about. Ontario had a court-house in the town, Manitoba had another.Ontario is a province of Canada.

Canada (Ontario Boundary) Act 1889

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