1 day ago · Median age by province and territory in 2011  Newfoundland and Labrador: 44.0 Nova Scotia: 43.7 New Brunswick :43.7 Prince Edward Island: 42.8 Quebec: 41.9 British Columbia: 41.9 Ontario: 40.4 Yukon: 39.1 Manitoba: 38.4 Saskatchewan: 38.2 Alberta: 36.5 Northwest Territories: 32.3 Nunavut: 24.1 Sex ratio [ edit] at birth: 1.05 male (s)/female
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1 day ago · t. e. Maurice Le Noblet Duplessis QC ( French pronunciation: [dyplɛsi]; April 20, 1890 – September 7, 1959), byname " Le Chef ", was a Canadian lawyer and politician who served as the 16th premier of Quebec. A conservative, nationalist, populist, anti-Communist, anti-unionist and fervent Catholic, Duplessis and his party, the Union Nationale ...
3 hours ago · The Accord was rejected by a majority of voters both in Quebec and English Canada. In the 1993 federal election, the Liberals returned to power with a majority government under Jean Chrétien, who had been Minister of Justice during the 1980–81 constitutional discussions and the Bloc Québécois won 54 seats with 49.3% of Quebec's vote.
3 hours ago · Together with the Canadian Confederation, the creation of the Canadian Pacific Railway was a task originally undertaken as the National Dream by the Conservative government of Prime Minister John A. Macdonald ( 1st Canadian Ministry ).  He was helped by Alexander Tilloch Galt, who was the owner of the North Western Coal and Navigation Company.
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3 hours ago · List of shipwrecks: 5 August 1876. Ship. Country. Description. Rio. United Kingdom. The brig was abandoned in the English Channel off Cap La Hougue, Manche, France. Her crew were rescued by Juan ( Guernsey. Rio was on a voyage from Guernsey, Channel Islands to London.