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The most important Canadian theorist was an American immigrant, Henry Wise Wood, president of the United Farmers of Alberta ( UFA ) during that movement's time as the governing party of the province ( 1921 – 1935 ).
The type species, A. sarcophagus, was apparently restricted in range to the modern-day Canadian province of Alberta, after which the genus is named.
* 1991 – Rita Johnston becomes the first female Premier of a Canadian province when she succeeds William Vander Zalm ( who had resigned ) as Premier of British Columbia.
In 2006, the deviation from the national average was the largest for any province in Canadian history.
Immigration into the province was eased tremendously by the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway's transcontinental line in 1880s.
* Champ is the name given to a reputed lake monster living in Lake Champlain, a natural freshwater lake in North America, partially situated across the U. S .- Canada border in the Canadian province of Quebec and partially situated across the Vermont-New York border.
The Annapolis Valley is a valley and region in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Southeast Alaska, sometimes referred to as the Alaska Panhandle, is the southeastern portion of the U. S. state of Alaska, which lies west of the northern half of the Canadian province of British Columbia.
The border between the Canadian province of British Columbia and Alaska is known as the Alaska boundary dispute, where the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom and British Columbia claimed different borderlines at the Alaskan Panhandle.
The province has strong cultural and personal ties to the Canadian Prairies and Ontario as well as to the West Coast of the United States and to Alaska and the Yukon.
The northern two-thirds of the province is largely unpopulated and undeveloped, and is mostly mountainous except east of the Rockies, where the Peace River District, in the northeast of the province contains BC's portion of the Canadian Prairies.
Boroughs also exist in the Canadian province of Quebec and formerly in Ontario, in some states of the United States, in Israel, and formerly in New Zealand.
For example, the Canadian province of Quebec, which is French-speaking, has its own system of French-speaking television, movie and music celebrities.
The conservative Union Nationale governed the province of Quebec in periods from 1936 to 1960, in a close alliance with English Canadian business elites and the Catholic Church.
* Canterbury, New Brunswick, a village in York County, in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
* Cumberland, Ontario ( disambiguation ), three locations within the Canadian province of Ontario
Cronenberg remains a staunchly Canadian filmmaker, with nearly all of his films ( including major studio vehicles The Dead Zone and The Fly ) having been filmed in his home province Ontario.
* 2001 – The Canadian province of Newfoundland is renamed Newfoundland and Labrador.
Fredericton ( or ) is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, by virtue of the provincial parliament which sits there.
Mainly or partially francophone or francosphere countries include France, Belgium ( Wallonia is almost entirely francophone, and there is a large French-speaking community in the Brussels-Capital Region and a few bordering municipalities ), Canada ( the province of Quebec is francophone, and there are large French-speaking communities in Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and other Canadian provinces ), United States ( South / Central Louisiana and parts of Maine ), Switzerland, Haiti, the French West Indies and several countries in Africa, including Congo, Burundi, Madagascar and Rwanda, that are former French or Belgian colonies.
In May 2005 the Canadian province of British Columbia had a referendum on abolishing single-member district plurality in favour of multi-member districts with the Single Transferable Vote system after the Citizens ' Assembly on Electoral Reform made a recommendation for the reform.
An October 2007 referendum in the Canadian province of Ontario on adopting a Mixed Member Proportional system, also requiring 60 % approval, failed with only 36. 9 % voting in favour.
For example, in each Canadian province the role is fulfilled by the Lieutenant Governor, whereas in most British Overseas Territories the powers and duties are performed by the Governor.
That same year, Alexander oversaw the admission of the British crown colony of Newfoundland into Canadian Confederation and toured the new province that summer.

Canadian and Quebec
* 1898 – Gaspard Fauteux, Canadian politician, 19th Lieutenant Governor of Quebec ( d. 1963 )
According to The Canadian Dictionary of ASL there are five broad regions of ASL variation in Canada, the Pacific, Prairie, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic regions.
* 1831 – John Jones Ross, Canadian politician, 7th Premier of Quebec ( d. 1901 )
* 1938 – Jean-Paul L ' Allier, Canadian politician, 38th Mayor of Quebec City
* 1939 – Lise Thibault, Canadian civil servant, 27th Lieutenant Governor of Quebec
For Canadian use and as a second source for US missiles, Canadair was selected to build the missiles in Quebec.
Bombardier Inc. () is a Canadian multinational aerospace and transportation company, founded by Joseph-Armand Bombardier as L ' Auto-Neige Bombardier Limitée in 1942, at Valcourt in the Eastern Townships, Quebec.
The nature of the event has also been met with criticism outside of Quebec, such as that given by Ottawa Citizen columnist David Warren, who said in 2007: " The Canada of the government-funded paper flag-waving and painted faces — the ' new ' Canada that is celebrated each year on what is now called ' Canada Day '— has nothing controversially Canadian about it.
Cranberries are a major commercial crop in the U. S. states of Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin, as well as in the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Quebec.
The Canadian Senate is structured along regional lines, giving an equal number of seats ( 24 ) to the Maritimes, Ontario, Quebec, and western Canada, in addition to the later entry of Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the three territories.
Endorsed by all provincial governments except that of Quebec ( led by René Lévesque ), this was the formal Canadian Act of Parliament that achieved full and final political independence from the United Kingdom.
Canadian Inuit live primarily in Nunavut ( a territory of Canada ), Nunavik ( the northern part of Quebec ) and in Nunatsiavut ( the Inuit settlement region in Labrador ).
Suspension of the writ in Canadian history occurred famously during the October Crisis, during which the War Measures Act was invoked by the Governor General of Canada on the constitutional advice of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who had received a request from the Quebec Cabinet.
Then in London, Astor at once made a contract with the Northwest Company of Montreal and Quebec ( then the magnate of the Canadian Northwest fur trade ).
* 1927 – Edmund James Flynn, Canadian politician, 10th Premier of Quebec ( b. 1847 )
* 1946 – Pierre-Marc Johnson, Canadian lawyer, physician, and politician, 24th Premier of Quebec
The statement, interpreted as support for Quebec independence, delighted many Quebecers but angered the Canadian government and many English Canadians.
Lake Champlain ( French: lac Champlain ) is a natural, freshwater lake in North America, located mainly within the borders of the United States ( states of Vermont and New York ) but partially situated across the Canada-United States border in the Canadian province of Quebec.
The Canadian province of Quebec is by far the largest producer, responsible for about three-quarters of the world's output ; Canadian exports of maple syrup exceed C $ 145 million ( approximately US $ 141 million ) per year.

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