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We are the Voters. We elect the assemblies.
We are the King and Queen/Britain
We are the assembly and we advise the Councils
I am the Governor and have most of the power. I give directions to the council and am appointed by the King and Queen.
We are the Council. We are appointed by the Governor and advise the Governor in making decisions.
Upper Canada only had British laws. They wanted to change to democracy change to democracy because they wanted more power.
Lower Canada had French and British law. They wanted a democratic government because they wanted more say then they would with colonial government.
Howe wanted representative government to truly reflect feelings of the people and have same rights as British subjects.
Mackenzie lived in Upper Canada and wanted to change the government to democratic that would benefit and cater to majority vote.
Papineau lived in lower Canada and wanted to change the government to democratic where the french majority would have a voice over English minority.
The Rebellions in upper Canada were less violent then in Lower Canada. The rebellions rallies were very disorganized and the British did expect them. Mackenzie planned the rallies from U.S.A. when he ran away.
The Rebellions in Lower Canada were violent. Three french men were shot during the rebellion. Papineau led the rallies which slowed down after he was exiled to U.S.A. The rallies were very organized and the British government didn't expect them.
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