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(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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Desschamps presents an edition of the letters and explains how they, and Thom were instrumental in establishing the political and philosophical foundations for what would become the Dominion of Canada.
the said Indians [Cree, Ojibwa and others] do hereby cede, release, surrender and yield up to the government of the Dominion of Canada, for His Majesty the King and His successors for ever, all their rights titles and privileges whatsoever, to the lands included within the following limits, that is to say: That portion or tract of land lying and being in the province of Ontario, bounded on the south by the height of land and the northern boundaries of the territory ceded by the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850, and the Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850, and bounded on the east and north by the boundaries of the said province of Ontario as defined by law, and on the west by a part of the eastern boundary of the territory ceded by the Northwest Angle Treaty No.
The Dominion of Canada was becoming stronger and much more confident in exercising its own judgment and making its own way in the world.
When 23 male leaders met in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island in 1864, their collective thinking and visioning ultimately led to the formation of the Dominion of Canada.
A provider of property casualty insurance, the Travelers Companies Inc (NYSE:TRV) closed its acquisition of the Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company from E-L Financial Corporation Limited (TSX:ELF), it disclosed on Friday.
8m) cash acquisition of The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co from E-L Financial Corp Ltd (TSE:ELF).
agreed to acquire The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.
In short, the Dominion of Canada, as created by the Constitution Act, 1867, was not an independent nation.
This work for coin and token collectors offers a price guide and reference covering provincial and colonial Canadian issues and coinage of the Dominion of Canada, from the 1500s to the present.
He continued on as auditor of the Dominion of Canada and as chair of the Board of Audit after Confederation.
TODAY NATIONAL OF CANADA 1868: The Dominion of Canada was established by the British North American Act.
Modern Canada was born on July 1, 1867, when the British North American Act united the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia as the Dominion of Canada.