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Matching Articles"Government" (Total 267)
Biography of John Mason, Proprietary governor of Cuper's Cove, 1615-1621.
Biography of John Treworgie, Proprietary governor of Newfoundland, 1653-1660.
Whitbourne, Sir Richard
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.
Provincial Government: The Smallwood Years, 1949-1972
This article is about the Provincial Government in Newfoundland and Labrador during the beginning of confederation and the Smallwood years (1949-1972)
Provincial Politics 1972-2001
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, October 1864
The Quebec Conference was held in 1864 and dealt with the creation of a federal system of government within Canada.
Quebec Conference Resolutions, 1864: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
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)
Reciprocity with the United States of America
Since the mid-19th century, many Newfoundlanders thought the key to a prosperous future was a free trading relationship with the United States.
The 1948 Referendums
About the 1948 referendums, the choice between the Responsible Government League and the Economic Union Party, and the ultimate results of the vote.
Reform Era, 1815-1832
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.
Relations with Canada, 1870-1895
Newfoundland might have rejected confederation with Canada in 1869, but it still had to get along with its neighbour to the west.
Relations with Canada, 1895-1939
This article talks about Newfoundland's relations with Canada from 1895-1939.
Religion and Politics, 1832-1855
Religion played an influential role in Newfoundland politics during the period of representative government.
Report of the Newfoundland Delegates to the Quebec Conference, 1865: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Report of the Newfoundland delegates to the Quebec Conference, 1865
Representative Government, 1832-1855
This article is about the Representative Government system in Newfoundland and Labrador from 1832-1855.
Petition: Resettlement: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Petition to the Fisheries Household Resettlement Committee for assistance under the Fisheries Household Resettlement Division
The Resettlement Program
An explanation of the program undertaken by the Newfoundland Government in the 1960s and early 1970s to move families from outlying communities to more central locations.
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