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He represented both upper and lower Canada as Governor and chief
In what year? ========== Upper Canada had a Lieutenant Governor.
The first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (modern day Ontario) was John Graves Simcoe.
It divided Canada in half, Upper and Lower Canada.
Upper Canada & lower Canada
It's not based on the location on a map. It is more geographical. The "lower Canada region" is more upriver on the St Lawrence. The higher up the river, the "lower" you are. Upper Canada or "Ontario" is located at the tip of the river. Settlers arrived through the St Lawrence and believed the entrance to the river was lower, and the end of the river was higher. ============================================================ "Upper Canada" and "Lower Canada" were named because of their relative elevations and their relative locations on the St Lawrence watershed. Upper Canada was upstream, and at a higher elevation; Lower Canada was downstream, and at a lower elevation.
upper and lower Canada were created to keep the different types on people in there own places
Lower Canada is known as Quebec.
Before 1867, Canada was divided into upper and lower Canada. In lower Canada most of the people were French. In upper Canada most of the people were British. But on July first, 1867 upper and lower Canada joined confederation to become Canada, This is why we celebrate Canada day on July first :)
The assembly proposed the union of Upper Canada and Lower Canada. ================================================== The Constitution Act of 1791 divided Québec and created the colonies of Upper Canada and Lower Canada. It did not create political discontent. That did not occur until 1837.
To separate the french and the british by creating upper and lower canada. Upper Canada- Ontario Lower Canada- Quebec