19th century British colony in present-day Quebec
The Province of Lower Canada was a British colony in Canada. It included Labrador and the southern part of Quebec. It was created in 1791 when Britain split Quebec into two provinces. It was merged in 1841 with the rest of Quebec to form the Province of Canada.
Province of Lower Canada
Province du Bas-Canada
|Common languages||French, English|
|Government||Château Clique oligarchy|
|Lieutenant-Governor and Executive Council of Lower Canada|
|Legislature||Parliament of Lower Canada|
|Historical era||British Era|
|26 December 1791|
|10 February 1841|
|1839||534,185 km2 (206,250 sq mi)|
|Today part of|
- ↑ "The emigrant's handbook of facts concerning Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Cape of Good Hope, &c". Open Library. pp. 2–3. Retrieved 22 December 2013.