Canada West was the western portion of the United Province of Canada from February 10, 1841, to July 1, 1867. Its boundaries were identical to those of the former Province of Upper Canada. Lower Canada would also become Canada East.
The area was named the Province of Ontario under the British North America Act of 1867.
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... He served at London, Canada West, and Kingston, Canada West ... worked on the survey of the Great Western Railway's line from Hamilton, Canada West to Chatham, Canada West ...
... Date Away Score Home Location May 17 Canada West 20 - 15 Canada East Fletchers Field, Markham, ON July 10 USA Falcons 39 - 24 USA Hawks Mt ... Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon July 15 USA Hawks 0 - 48 Canada West Shawnigan Lake School, Shawnigan Lake, BC July 15 USA Falcons 26 - 22 Canada East Shawnigan ...
... In the Bronze Medal game, Canada East competed against Belarus ... The Belorussians were no match for the Canada East squad who crushed Belarus 9-1 ... After two consecutive Silvers in WJAC-event, the Canada East squad settles for Bronze in 2008 ...
... After the 1997–98 season, Sostorics was named to the All-Star Team after the Canada West Championship Tournament ... She earned this honour again after the 1998–99 Canada West Championship Tournament ... Calgary captured the silver medal at the Canada West Tournament in 1998–99 ...
... – July 23, 1867) was Joint Premier of the Province of Canada for Canada East from 1841 to 1842 with William Henry Draper PM for Canada West ... Reformer, the predecessor of the Liberal Party of Canada ... Because of ill health, he retired to Upper Canada near Oakville in 1837, intending to become a gentleman farmer ...
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