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Responsible Government, 1855-1933
This article is about the Responsible government system that was in place in Newfoundland and Labrador from 1855 to 1933.
Riot of April 5, 1932: Civil Unrest
Newspaper articles about the riot of April 5, 1932, one form the Daily News, and one from the Telegram.
Bond Moves Past Bribery Charges, Becomes Prime Minister
The second of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
Job's Papers Reveal His Family's Commitment to Province
A look at Robert Brown Job (1873-1961), businessman, politician, and economic unionist.
Liberals, Conservatives, and Sectarianism
A look at Newfoundland and Labrador politics from 1832-1855.
A. Shea's Pro-Confederate Speech, 1865
Extracts from A. Shea's pro-confederate speech given on February 21, 1865. Taken out of the Newspaper, The Newfoundlander.
Shift Towards Responsible Government
A look at the shift in Newfoundland politics towards responsible government during the second half of the 19th century.
Bond Rules Despite Challenges
The third of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
Terms of Union
Since Newfoundland joined Canada on 31 March 1949, its relationship with the rest of the country has been governed by the Terms of Union.
The Tobin Government, 1996-2000
Brian Tobin replaced Clyde Wells as premier and leader of the Newfoundland Liberals on 26 January, 1996.
The Meech Lake Accord was a set of constitutional amendments agreed upon by the federal and provincial governments on 30 April 1987.
The Wells Government 1989-1996
About the government of Clyde Wells, which led under the Liberal administration from 1989-1996.
Williams Government Timeline, 2003-2007
A timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador government from 2003-2007 with premier Danny Williams
Williams Government Timeline, 2007-2010
A timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador government from 2007-2010 with premier Danny Williams.
Why did Confederation Win? Or Why did the Anti-Confederates Lose?
An explanation of why Confederation won and why the anti-confederates lost.
Women and Government House
Overview of the women who lived at Government House and biography of Demasduit (1796-1820).
Women in Politics - Tables: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Tables about the women candidates in Newfoundland and Labrador general and federal elections from 1930-2011
Women in Politics
The challenging role of women in politics from 1925, when women earned the right to vote and run for political office, to present day.
Creed and Culture, 1784-1830
Creed and culture of the Irish immigrant population in Newfoundland from 1784-1830.
Newfoundland and Daniel O'Connell
Background information about the famous Irish politician, Daniel O'Connell and his influence on Newfoundland.
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