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The former included all of modern-day southern Ontario and all those areas of northern Ontario in the pays d'en baut which had formed part of New France--essentially the watersheds of the Ottawa River, Lake Huron, and Lake Superior--while Lower Canada included the southern portion of present-day Quebec as well as part of Labrador; excluded from this land were New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and all western provinces.
The struggle for responsible government, whereby the Commissioner went from being the head of government to a ceremonial figure was a struggle as was the case much earlier in Upper and Lower Canada.
Tied down in Europe until 1814, the British at first used defensive strategy, repelling multiple American invasions of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.
Upper and Lower Canada had separate legislatures, but they were the two pieces of a single colony They formed a natural political and economic unit with an enormously promising future.
Ducharme's focus on Upper and Lower Canada, however, blinds him to Prince Edward Island.
He argues that the anglophone minority in Lower Canada was much more prone to highlight the French-English character of the conflict rending the colony than were Patriote leaders such as Papineau, who was more civic than ethnic in his discourse.
Even on a popular topic such as the Rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada, of the dozen or so fiction books in print, there has been little written in the last few years and virtually no non-fiction specifically on that period for children.
Today, as citizens and health professionals debate the range and type of preparations being made to fight a possible influenza pandemic, (1) there may be lessons to be learned by examining the impact of the 1832 cholera epidemic in Upper (Ontario) and Lower Canada (Quebec).