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Settling Canada

A Journey To The Westward

Barrie And Big Trees A New Capital Of A New District—nature's Canal The Devil's Elbow—macadamization And Mud—richmond Hill

Emigrants And Immigration

Penetanguishene The Nipissang Cannibals And A Friendly Brother In The Wilderness

The Emigrant And His Prospects

The French Canadian

The Great Fresh-water Seas Of Canada

The Old Canadian Coach—jonathan And John Bull Passengers

Toronto And The Transit

Emigrants

Emigrants, sometimes known as expatriates is a term to describe people who decide to leave and settle in a different country from the home country perspective. Immigration is the reverse of the term that describes people entering into a new country. Explore the Canadian perspective as emigrants leave their homeland and settle this large mass of land.





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Provincial Powers
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Oil Sands
Seal Hunt
Same Sex Marriages
Families
Gun Control
Crime
Northern Investment
Education
Aborigional Affairs
Business Tax
Government Ethics
Parliament and Senate
Environment


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PC
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