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struggle for responsible government in the North-West Territories

Lewis Herbert Thomas

struggle for responsible government in the North-West Territories

1870-97.

by Lewis Herbert Thomas

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Published by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Northwest Territories -- Politics and government

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 276 p. maps, tables.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16673146M

    Northwest Territories Food Establishment Safety Regulations under the Public Health Act These laws require that food sold in NWT is safe and suitable for human consumption and meets all standards set out in the Food Establishment Safety Regulations. Northwest Territories - Northwest Territories - History: Vikings probably visited parts of the Canadian Arctic during the Middle Ages, but there are no records of exploration until the voyage in of the English mariner Martin Frobisher in search of the Northwest Passage to the Orient. Expeditions in the 17th century also failed to find the route, but they added to knowledge of the Arctic.

    The Ordinances of the North-West Territories: Being an Office Consolidation of Such Ordinances of the North-West Territories in Force on August 21st, , as the Same Appear in the Consolidation of and the Amendments Thereto: Together with the Pub by. s - s ('s) Northwest Territories (NWT) dominated by Hudson's Bay Company, North West Company () British government transferred control of North-Western Territory to Canada; Hudson's Bay Company sold Rupert's Land to Canada; Province of Manitoba created from territory () Arctic Islands increased size of NWT () NWT divided into four administrative districts: .

    Territorial Government in Canada: The Autonomy Question in the Old North-West Territories. Toronto: University of Toronto Press; Thomas, Lewis Herbert. The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. The struggle for female suffrage in Canada had started in Ontario, and was instigated for the most part by the Dominion Women's Enfranchisement Association. At first it aimed at Dominion franchise for women, then with the change in the Electoral Act it turned its efforts to provincial suffrage in Ontario.


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The struggle for responsible government in the North-West Territories, Cited by: Get this from a library. The struggle for responsible government in the North-West Territories, [Lewis H Thomas] -- Traces the development of government in the North-West Territories, emphasizing the movement for local control.

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The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories –97 (2nd Edition) Book Description: The establishment of responsible government in western Canada is still in process in Canada’s northern territories, and in this new edition Professor Thomas discusses the implications of the western experience for present political.

Get this from a library. The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories (2nd Edition). [Lewis H Thomas] -- When Canada acquired the Hudson's Bay Company territory in the federal government was faced with the challenge of governing an area comprising more than half the nation.

Following the creation. The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories - Published by University of Toronto Press, Andmeister Books have rare, secondhand and unusual books in many categories, good descriptions, at reasonable prices and posted promptly and well packaged.

evolution the reader is referred to L.H. Thomas’s The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories,(2nd ed. Toronto, ), and C.C. Lindgard’s Territorial Government in Canada: The Autonomy Question in the Old North-West Territories (Toronto, ).

The Premier of the Northwest Territories is a title given to the head of government in the Northwest Territories of Canada when the territory is using an elected system of responsible hout its history, the territory has been governed by various combinations of locally elected governments and administrators appointed by the federal government of Canada.

ThomasLewis H.: LEWIS H. THOMAS was the Provincial Archivist of Saskatchewan from toand was a professor of history at the University of Alberta. He is the author of The Struggle for Responsible government in the North-West Territories L. Thomas, The Struggle for Responsible Government in the North-West Territories (2 nd edition), University of Toronto Press,p.

[4] Bocking, p 44 [5] Scott papers, Scott to MacNutt, Nov. 15,pp.cited in Evelyn Eager, Saskatchewan Government: Politics and Pragmatism, Western Producer,p. The North-West Rebellion of was a rebellion by the Métis people under Louis Riel and an associated uprising by First Nations Cree and Assiniboine of the District of Saskatchewan against the government of Métis felt Canada was not protecting their rights, their land and their survival as a distinct people.

Riel had been invited to lead the movement of protest. CCHA Study Sessions, 42 (), The Catholic Normal School Issue. in the North-West Territories, by Irene A. POELZER. University of Saskatchewan. To the casual reader of the history of education and teacher training in the North-West Territories fromit appears, on the surface, that the loss of the right to separate normal schools by the Roman Catholic minority is.

As a result, the North-West Territories then had a responsible government nearly equivalent to that of any province. From untilhowever, the paramount issues for the region were regulated wholly by the federal government. These issues included Indian treaty negotiations, railway construction, immigration, and deeding land to settlers.

The Northwest Territory in the United States (also known as the Old Northwest) was formed after the American Revolutionary War, and was known formally as the Territory Northwest of the River was the initial post-colonial Territory of the United States and encompassed most of pre-war British colonial territory west of the Appalachian mountains north of the Ohio River.

The political history of the Northwest Territories is largely an account of the struggle of territorial representatives to gain responsible government (i.e.

a government where the elected representatives of the citizens control the decisionmaking process rather than appointed officials). The politics of the Yukon Territory, (Canadian studies in history and government) by David R Morrison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A people’s struggle for rights to their land and identity, a woman’s fight for ownership of her body and soul.

The year is Batoche, North-West Territories is plagued by drought and political unrest/5(35). He closed ranks with his colleagues in the assembly to demand constitutional reform, aligning himself with the struggle of Frederick William Haultain* for responsible government.

Following his defeat inThorburn remained active in business, civic activities, and politics until his. Northwest Territories - Northwest Territories - Government and society: Ultimate constitutional responsibility for government in the territories rests with the federal government in Ottawa, but most provincial responsibilities have been delegated to a territorial administration in Yellowknife.

The administration consists of a commissioner, who is appointed by the federal government, and the. The Canadian Government joined Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory and renamed the area the North-West Territories in Métis:This gave Canada more land, giving the Métis more land to hunt ment:This gave the country more land and a higher population and the Government more control over the area.

The North-West Schools Question was a conflict between church and state for control of education in the North-West Territories (now Saskatchewan and Alberta) in the lateth century. The controversy was similar to other educational crises across Canada, and reflected the larger national debate about the future of Canada as a bilingual and.Also useful is L.

H. Thomas, The struggle for responsible government in the North-West Territories, –97 (Toronto, ). The most thorough article on Brett’s enterprises in Banff is F.

C. Harris and G. M. McDougall, “The Banff Sanitarium Hotel,” in G. M. McDougall et al., Medical clinics and physicians of southern Alberta (Calgary.