Matching Articles"Government" (Total 274)

  • Biography of Sir Arthur Aston, Proprietary governor of the Province of Avalon, c.1625-1627.
  • Biography of Sir David Kirke, Proprietary governor of Newfoundland, 1638-1651.
  • 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.
  • A history of proprietary governors in Newfoundland and Labrador which began in 1610, with the appointment of its first governor, John Guy and ended in 1728 with the appointment of the first naval governor.
  • 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 in Newfoundland and Labrador and the 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.