History UsefulNotes / Quebec

4th Apr '18 12:03:04 PM Twist
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New France was a pawn in the UsefulNotes/SevenYearsWar between the French and English. The French are losing almost on the start, with a lower population base than those of the British Thirteen Colonies, but they held on until 1760, when the British defeated the French in the Plains of Abraham outside of Quebec City, placing New Franche under military occupation until it formerly became a British possession in 1763 as part of the peace treaty between France and Great Britain.

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New France was a pawn in the UsefulNotes/SevenYearsWar between the French and English. The French are losing almost on the start, with a lower population base than those of the British Thirteen Colonies, but they held on until 1760, when the British defeated the French in the Plains of Abraham outside of Quebec City, placing New Franche France under military occupation until it formerly became a British possession in 1763 as part of the peace treaty between France and Great Britain.
24th Nov '17 11:22:54 PM Commander_Ysenir
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New France was a pawn in the UsefulNotes/SevenYearsWar between the French and English. The French are losing almost on the start, with a lower population base than those of the British Thirteen Colonies, but they held on until 1763, when the British defeated the French in the Plains of Abraham, thus ending New France.

The British at first tried to assimilate the French, but later gave up on this and implemented the Quebec Act of 1774. This was one of the grievances that erupted into the UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution. They claim that the British are favoring the French over the English-speaking American colonists. Religion was one cause, too; the French in Quebec are mostly Catholic while the Americans are mainly Protestant. Quebec remained loyal to Britain during that war, the British troops there resisting attempts by American generals to conquer Quebec.

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New France was a pawn in the UsefulNotes/SevenYearsWar between the French and English. The French are losing almost on the start, with a lower population base than those of the British Thirteen Colonies, but they held on until 1763, 1760, when the British defeated the French in the Plains of Abraham, thus ending Abraham outside of Quebec City, placing New France.Franche under military occupation until it formerly became a British possession in 1763 as part of the peace treaty between France and Great Britain.

The British at first tried to assimilate the French, but later gave up on this and implemented the Quebec Act of 1774. This was one of the grievances that erupted into the UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution. They claim that the British are favoring the French over the English-speaking American colonists. Religion was one cause, too; the French in Quebec are mostly Catholic while the Americans are mainly Protestant. Quebec remained loyal to Britain during that war, the British troops there resisting attempts by American generals to conquer Quebec.
Quebec, with the British settlers being determined to stay loyal to the crown, and the French-Canadians basically operating on a mentality of "the British may be English-speaking Protestant oppressors but dammit, they're OUR English-speaking Protestant oppressors!"
19th Nov '17 3:34:42 PM matthecinephiliac
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* Series/DansUneGalaxiePresDeChezVous
2nd Oct '17 5:57:53 AM Saveelich
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2nd Oct '17 5:56:33 AM Saveelich
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-->-- BowserAndBlue, intro to ''Faute du Federal''

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-->-- BowserAndBlue, Bowser And Blue, intro to ''Faute du Federal''
2nd Oct '17 5:52:49 AM Saveelich
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* [[GeorgesStPierre Georges St-Pierre]], martial artist, athlete.

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* [[GeorgesStPierre Georges St-Pierre]], St-Pierre, martial artist, athlete.
2nd Oct '17 5:52:32 AM Saveelich
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* DenysArcand, film director, screenwriter.
* MartinBrodeur, hockey player.

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* DenysArcand, Denys Arcand, film director, screenwriter.
* MartinBrodeur, Martin Brodeur, hockey player.



* LouisCyr, [[WorldsStrongestMan strongman]].
* CelineDion, singer.
* MarcGarneau, astronaut, engineer, politician.
* ClaudeJutra, actor, film director.
* MarioLemieux, hockey player.
* JuliePayette, engineer, astronaut.
* MauriceRichard, hockey player, AKA "The Rocket".
* PatrickRoy, hockey player.

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* LouisCyr, Louis Cyr, [[WorldsStrongestMan strongman]].
* CelineDion, Celine Dion, singer.
* MarcGarneau, Marc Garneau, astronaut, engineer, politician.
* ClaudeJutra, Claude Jutra, actor, film director.
* MarioLemieux, Mario Lemieux, hockey player.
* JuliePayette, Julie Payette, engineer, astronaut.
* MauriceRichard, Maurice Richard, hockey player, AKA "The Rocket".
* PatrickRoy, Patrick Roy, hockey player.



* GillesVilleneuve, race car driver.
* JacquesVilleneuve, race car driver.

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* GillesVilleneuve, Creator/DenisVilleneuve, film director.
* Gilles Villeneuve,
race car driver.
* JacquesVilleneuve, Jacques Villeneuve, race car driver.
11th Jun '17 6:59:57 PM Shadeblade11
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11th Jun '17 6:59:57 PM Shadeblade11
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* WilliamShatner, actor.

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* WilliamShatner, Creator/WilliamShatner, actor.
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