The Legislative Council of Quebec
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The Legislative Council of Quebec attempt to abolish or reform, 1867-1967. by Maura Ann Cahill

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


  • Quebec (Province) Legislature. -- Legislative Council.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Politics and government.

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Edition Notes

SeriesCanadian theses on microfilm -- no. 377.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 reel. (iii, 120 leaves.)
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20032762M

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Get this from a library! Catalogue of English books in the Library of the Legislative Council: Quebec, 1st January, [Lower Canada. Legislature. Legislative Council. Library.]. The Legislative Council of Upper Canada was the upper house governing the province of Upper ed after the British House of Lords, it was created by the Constitutional Act of It was specified that the council should consist of at least seven members. Members were appointed for life but could be dropped for non-attendance. The Legislative Council of the Province of Canada was the upper house for the Province of Canada, which consisted of the former provinces of Lower Canada, then known as Canada East and later the province of Quebec, and Upper Canada, then known as Canada West and later the province of was created by The Union Act of The first session of parliament began in Kingston in Canada. From until , the Legislative Council of Quebec (French; Conseil législatif du Québec) was the unelected upper house of the bicameral legislature in the Canadian province of Legislative Assembly was the elected lower house.. The Council was composed of 24 members, appointed by the Lieutenant Governor upon recommendation of the Premier.