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legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from 1841, until ... 1876

J. George Hodgins

legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from 1841, until ... 1876

by J. George Hodgins

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Published by Printed by W. Briggs in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Canada -- Educational questions.,
  • Education -- Ontario.,
  • Educational law and legislation -- Canada.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA418.O6 H7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, [4], [9]-225 p.
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18573560M

    The copyright law of Canada governs the legally enforceable rights to creative and artistic works under the laws of Canada. Canada passed its first colonial copyright statute in but was subject to imperial copyright law established by Britain until and when Upper Canada was joined with Lower Canada to form the United Province of Canada. The school acts of and outlined the basic arrangements by which either a Roman Catholic or a Protestant minority might establish a dissenting separate school board. Since the School Act of (usually referred to as the Scott Act.

    Margaret A. Banks, "An Annotated Bibliography of Statutes and Related Publications: Upper Canada, the Province of Canada, and Ontario to " in D. Flaherty, ed., Essays in the History of Canada Law, Vol. 1 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press for The Osgoode Society, ) at The date of final publication of the original series. The government of Upper Canada (as it was then known) adopted legislation in to create common schools (as public schools were then known). By about 50% of school-age children were enrolled in such schools. After the union of Canada West (Ontario) and Canada East (Quebec) in , new education legislation was adopted.

    The Act of Union established a single combined legislature for Lower Canada (to be called Canada East, later Quebec) and for Upper Canada (called Canada West in and later called Ontario). * The Webster-Ashburton Treaty settled the boundary between New Brunswick and Maine. Responsible government for the colony was recognized. The major themes of Upper Canada's history, from war and rebellion to immigration and settlement, are well-documented. This book fleshes out the lives of ordinary people in Upper Canada and clarifies how several branches of government worked for, or against, the interests of the population. ISBN More Information.


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Legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from 1841, until ... 1876 by J. George Hodgins Download PDF EPUB FB2

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In these Canadian jurisdictions, a separate school is one operated by a civil authority—a separate school board—with a mandate enshrined in the Canadian Constitution (for the three provinces) or in federal statutes (for the three territories).

Prospectus of the legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada [electronic resource]: from until the close of the Reverend Doctor Ryerson's administration of the education department in administration of the education department in prepared with notes by J. George Hodgins, M.A. LL.D., barrister-at-law and editor of the " Documentary history of education in Upper Canada.

Education in Ontario comprises public and private primary and secondary schools and post-secondary institutions. By right of the constitution of Canada, Roman Catholics are entitled to their own school system. Four large, overlapping publicly funded school systems provide primary and secondary education, organized into school districts: 31 English public, 29 English Catholic, 4 French public Budget: CAN$ billion.

Prospectus of the legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from until the close of the Reverend Doctor Ryerson's administration of the education department in administration of the education department in prepared with notes by J.

George Hodgins, M.A. D., barrister-at-law and editor of the "Documentary history of education in Upper Canada. Full text of "Documentary history of education in Upper Canada from the passing of the Constitutional act of to the close of Rev.

Ryerson's administration of the Education Department in Increase of the Episcopate in the Diocese of Toronto [microform]: historical and practical: report on The Acts relating to common schools and also separate schools in Ontario [microform]: together with the The legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: fromuntilOctober The Great Seal is affixed to the Charter of Upper Canada Academy, bringing the Academy into official existence.

Egerton Ryerson is appointed Principal of Upper Canada Academy. August The act changing the name of the Academy to Victoria College and giving it degree-granting powers is given royal assent. Prospectus of the legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from until the close of the Reverend Doctor Ryerson's administration of the education department in administration of the education department in prepared with notes by J.

George Hodgins, M.A. LL. D., barrister-at-law and editor of the " Documentary history of education in Upper Canada, ".When Ryerson was appointed superintendent of schools for Upper Canada in he immediately recruited Hodgins as his clerk to take charge of the education office while he toured facilities in Britain and Europe.

Hodgins was to assist Ryerson in building a system of education open to all children."Ryerson helped found the Upper Canada Academy in Cobourg in the s. When it was incorporated in under the name Victoria College Ryerson assumed the presidency.

Victoria continues to exist as part of the University of n also fought for many secularization reforms, to keep power and influence away from any one church, particularly the Church of England in Upper Canada Born: Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, 24 March.