Sketch of education in Upper and Lower Canada, 1864 by J. George Hodgins

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SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 34780, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 34780
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Number of Pages14
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hodgins, J. George (John George), Sketch of education in Upper and Lower Canada, [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?].

This gave three colleges with university powers in active operation in Upper Canada in In May,the Governor-General appointed the lion.

Robert Jameson, Vice-Chancellor of Upper Canada, to be Chief Superintendent of Education, and the Rev. Robert Murray, of Oakville, to be Assistant Superintendent for Upper Canada. A side-light upon education in Upper Canada is Sketch of education in Upper and Lower Canada by Mr.

Talbot, who published a series of letters upon Upper Canada in London, I quote from Letter XXX: “The great mass of the [Canadian] people are at present completely ignorant even of the rudiments of the most common learning.

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Ryerson began a radical reform of Canada’s education system with the notion of offering education to all children rather than exclusively to the privileged. Following in the footsteps of other education systems and government agencies, Ryerson was aiming to prepare children to meet the perceived needs of the society in which they lived.

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On AugThe Canada (Consitutional) Act was passed in the court of St. James and created Upper Canada and Lower Canada with the Ottawa River the boundry between the two. This Act became the constitution of Canada for the next 40 years.

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Inthe Act of Union was passed, joining Upper and Lower Canada under a central government. Canada eventually gained democratic government in when Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were federated as the Dominion of Canada.

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