Matching Articles"Government" (Total 272)

  • Biography of Edward Wynne, Proprietary governor of Avalon Colony, 1621-1625.
  • Biography of Francis Tanfield, Proprietary governor of the South Falkland colony, 1623-1625/1626.
  • Biography of Sir George Calvert (Lord Baltimore), Proprietary governor of the Province of Avalon,1627-1629.
  • This history of the governorship in Newfoundland and Labrador begins in 1610, with the appointment of its first governor, John Guy.
  • Biography of John Guy, Proprietary governor of Cuper's Cove, 1610-1614.
  • Biography of John Mason, Proprietary governor of Cuper's Cove, 1615-1621.
  • Biography of John Treworgie, Proprietary governor of Newfoundland, 1653-1660.
  • Biography of Sir Richard Whitbourne, Proprietary governor of Renews, 1618-1620.
  • Biography of Hayman Robert, Proprietary governor of Bristol's Hope, 1618-1628.
  • Biography of William Hill, Proprietary governor of the Province of Avalon, 1634-1638.
  • This article is about the Provincial Government in Newfoundland and Labrador during the beginning of confederation and the Smallwood years (1949-1972)
  • This article is about the Provincial government during the period of 1972-2001 and the change of leadership it underwent during that time.
  • The Quebec Conference was held in 1864 and dealt with the creation of a federal system of government within Canada.
  • A report of the resolutions adopted at the Quebec Conference of Delegates from the provinces of Canada and the colonies of Newfoundland and PEI. (1864)
  • Since the mid-19th century, many Newfoundlanders thought the key to a prosperous future was a free trading relationship with the United States.
  • About the 1948 referendums, the choice between the Responsible Government League and the Economic Union Party, and the ultimate results of the vote.
  • The period between 1815 and 1832 represents a watershed in the history of government and politics in Newfoundland.
  • The reform movement gained momentum during the early-19th century, a time of tremendous social, economic, and political change in the colony.
  • Newfoundland might have rejected confederation with Canada in 1869, but it still had to get along with its neighbour to the west.
  • This article talks about Newfoundland's relations with Canada from 1895-1939.