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Canada - history and provinces.

From 1775 to 1784, many British came to the former New France area from south. The people in American colonies were fighting for independence and those people who fled north were the one who wanted to remain loyal to Britain (United Empire Loyalists). Britain created two new colonies: New Brunswick and Upper Canada . New Brunswick was created in 1784. Upper Canada became part of Quebec in 1791. Upper Canada was the English-speaking colony and Lower Canada was the French-speaking colony. They were reunited in 1841, called Canada West and Canada East and the capital of them was Montreal. They become provinces of Ontario and Quebec in 1867. Uniting all the Canadian provinces soon became a necessity. There were five reasons why it was good to unite the...

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Kanada ühiskond ja kultuur/Society and Culture of Canada

CANADA REVISION QUESTIONS 2010 1. The main physiographic regions of Canada. Canada may be divided into seven physiographic regions: Arctic Lowlands, Cordilleran Region, Interior Plains, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canadian Shield (Forest Lands), St Lawrence Lowlands and Appalachian Regio...

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Topic - Canada 2

Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world with a territory of about 10 million square kilometers and it is bordered by three oceans: the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. The population of Canada i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Canada topic

Lawrence colony and not just to a part of it. After the British victory on the Plains of Abraham in 1759, the name Quebec started to be used for the entire French territory. Along the St. Lawrence, and this name remained in use until the Canada Act was passed by the British Parliament in 1791.This Act created a new colony called Upper Canada (now Ontario) and gave the name Lower Canada to what is now known as Quebec. From this time, the name Canada, was used for the joint territory occupied by the two colonies, and this was not changed by the Act of Union passed in London in 1840. This united the two colonies into what was officially called the Province of Canada, with Upper Canada being remained Canada West, and Lower Canada becoming Canada East. This system remained in eff...

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Canada topic

The Prime Minister and the members of the Cabinet are usually members of the House of Commons. Sometimes a senator may be in the Cabinet. Ministers are resposible for all their actions to the House, which is elected by the people. The Prime Minister directs the government. The Parliament is the national legislature of Canada . It has two houses, an upper house called the Senate, and a lower , more powerful house, is called the House of Commons. The Senate has 104 members. Senators are appointed by the governor generally on Prime Minister's recommendation. The Speaker is the Senate's presiding officer. A new Prime Minister generally has an appointment with a new speaker. Senators must retire at the age of 65. The House of Commons consists of members elected by the people for five-year te...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Commonwealth of nations and the Brittish Empire

Why was it often said that ,,the sun never sets on the British Empire"? ... is used to describe an empire of such a large extent that, at any one time, at least part of its territory is in daylight. This was a saying refering to the fact that Britian had colonies all around the world. 2. What is the Commonwealth? The Commonwealth is an associatio...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

PRAISE FOR The 4-Hour Workweek "This is a whole new ball game. Highly recommended." --Dr. Stewart D. Friedman, adviser to Jack Welch and former director of the Work/Life Integration Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "It's about time this book was written. It is a long-overdue manifesto for the...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Society and culture of english-speaking countries

The vast majority of Loyalists were neither well-to-do nor particularly high in social rank; most were farmers, labourers, tradespeople and their families. They were of varied cultural backgrounds, and many were recent immigrants. White Loyalists brought large numbers of slaves with them. Until 1834, slavery was legal in all British North American colonies but Upper Canada, where the institution was being phased out. The main waves of Loyalists came to what is now Canada in 1783 and 1784. 11. In which province is Scottish culture preserved? In 1910 an incredible 62,000 Scots emigrated to Canada. Tens of thousands of Scots men, women and children boarded ships to make the journey to Canada in the first half of the 20th century. Nova Scotia Gaelic is still spoken in Nova Scotia, hundreds of years after the...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Canada´s history

Spearheaded by John A. Macdonald, on July 1, 1867, three colonies--Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick--were granted a constitution, the British North America Act, by the United Kingdom, creating the Dominion of Canada . The term "Canadian Confederation" refers to this 1867 unification of the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec (formerly Canada East or Lower Canada), and Ontario (formerly Canada West or Upper Canada). The remaining British colonies and territories soon joined Confederation. By 1880 Canada included all of its present area except for Newfoundland and Labrador, which joined in 1949. (It should be noted that, although part of Canada, Alberta and Saskatchewan did not gain Provincial status until 1905.) In 1919, Canada became a member of the League of Nations and, in the Imperial Conference of 1926, Canada assumed full control of its...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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U.S.A

Americans fill that of all freedoms, proclaimed in the constitution, there is only one freedom - the freedom of enterprise. But it means freedom of the wealthy people only. The 21st amendment limited the President's ruling by maximum two terms. The legislative branch. Supreme legislative power in the American government lies with Congress: the Senate, the upper house; and the House of the Representatives - the Lower House. Each state has its own government - State Assemblies or, Legislatures with two houses. According to the constitution of the USA, all citizens of both sexes over 18 years of age has a right of voting, but in reality the number of voters is much smaller. The main task of Congress is to make federal laws, to levy federal taxes, to make rules for trade, to corn money, to organise Armed...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Britain history.

Medieval England After defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy (who became William I, also called William the Conqueror) introduced the Norman feudal system, rewarding his French-speaking followers with land in return for their continued support. French remained the language of the upper classes and administration until the 14th century. The power of these Norman Barons gradually increased and during the reign of the Plantagenets began the challenge the King's absolute power, which resulted in King John being forced to sign Magna Carta in 1215. It consisted of long list of limitations to the King's power and it gave more power to the origins of Parliament. The origins of Parliament are to be found in the rei...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Energy - põhjalik referaat energiast

4 USES OF ENERGY............................................................................................................. 4 2.1 Uses of energy in homes...............................................................................................5 2.2 Type...

Inglise keele foneetika ja... - Tallinna Ülikool
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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

1) Standard and non-standard varieties of English Standard varieties of English are the varieties of the English language that are considered to be a norm and are spoken and written by the minority (educated people). This is the optimum for educational purposes. The standard varieties of English are: BrEng (British), EngEng (English), NAmEng (North-America), USEng (United States), CanEng (Canada)...

Inglise keel -
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Ingliskeelsete maade ühiskond ja kultuur, eksamiküsimused

37. Government of Ireland. The structure of the Government of Ireland is regulated fundamentally by the Constitution of Ireland. The Government is headed by a prime minister. The Government must consist of between seven and fifteen members. Every member of the Government must be a member of the parliament of Ireland. No more than two members of the Government may be members of the upper house of the parliament. – the Senate. Therefore, all other members of the Government must be members of the National Assembly, the lower house. The Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Finance must be members of the National Assembly. The 7 to 15 Members of Government are generally referred to as "The Cabinet". The Prime Minister is nominated by the National Assembly, the lower house o...

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Lühendite seletus

CAP Capture (file name extension) CAPD Computing To Assist Persons With Disabilities [Johns Hopkins University] CAPE Concurrent Art-to-Product Environment CAPS Capitals (Upper Case Letters) + Cassette Programming System CAPTCHA Completely Automatic Public Turing Test To Tell Computers and Humans Apart CAR Committed Access Rate [Cisco] CARL Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries [Internet] CART Computer-Assisted Radar Tomography CAS Column Address SelectStrobe + Communications Application Specification + Computer Aided Styling CASE Computer Aided Software Engineering CASL Crosstal...

Informaatika - Kutsekool
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Bridges presentation

This photograph served as the frontispiece to William Humber's A Complete Treatise on Cast and Wrought Iron Bridge Construction, published in 1864, and shows one of the great lenticular spans being jacked into place. It was 445ft (135m) long, consisting of a single wrought-iron elliptical tube upper chord and a curved bottom chord of linked eyebar chains connected by open truss bracing. The trusses were fabricated on shore, then floated into position and jacked into position over the Tamar. Institution of Civil Engineers, London Engineers in the 19th century improved the technology of sinking foundations to bedrock. Up until that time, coffer dams and crude caissons were the only means by which foundations could be constructed in water...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Student World Atlas (Maailma atlas)

Malestrom Major Rivers N am e Continent Out fl o w T o tal Lengt h (mi.) Nile Africa Mediterran ean Sea 4,1 60...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Sunflower

Most of these outyield open-pollinated varieties and are higher in percent oil. Performance of varieties tested over several environments is the best basis for selecting sunflower hybrids. The choice should consider yield, oil percentage, maturity, seed size (for non-oilseed markets), and lodging and disease resistance. Performance results from the Upper Midwest are usually available annually from North Dakota State University, University of Minnesota, and South Dakota State University. F. Weed Control: As a crop, sunflower yields are reduced, but rarely eliminated by weeds which compete with sunflower for moisture and nutrients and occasionally for light. Sunflower is a strong competitor with weeds, especially for light, but does not cover the ground early enough to prevent weed establis...

Ökoloogia ja keskkonnakaitse1 - Eesti Maaülikool
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Kanada ajalugu, regioonid ja kliima

The British didn't want any French people to try to break away from Britain. From 1775 to 1784 many British came to Canada from American colonies. It was so because of the American Revolution. Americans were fighting for their independence from Britain. So the British people fled from America to the north were was Canada. With so many new settlers Britain had to create two new colonies: New Brunswick nad Upper Canada. There was also an act in 1791 that divided Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada. They were reunited in 1841. Upper Canada became Canada West and Lower Canada became Canada East. They would eventually become the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in 1867. Regions in Canada Canada is divided into five major regions. The Pacific Region The Pacific Region consists of only one province - British Columbia. It is known for it...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kreooli kultuur

By adopting the Creole flag, C.R.E.O. L.E., Inc. upholds its mission statement, "to identify, preserve and promote the numerous aspects of the Creole culture in southwest Louisiana. Today there are Creole populations in New Orleans, St. James Parish, Isle Brevelle, Cane River, Opelousas, Lafayette and other Louisiana towns. The Creole flag celebrates the mixed lineage, culture and religion of these Louisiana Creoles. The upper left section, a white fleur de lis on a blue field, represents Louisiana's French heritage. On the lower left and upper right sections, West African heritage is represented by the Mali Republic National tricolor flag (green, yellow and red) and the Senegal Republic National flag (green, yellow and red). Spanish Colonial heritage is depicted by the Tower of Castile (gold tower on a red field) on the lower left section. A white cross dividing the...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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