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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_under_British_rule

Canada was under British rule beginning with the 1763 Treaty of Paris, when New France, of which the colony of Canada was a part, formally became a part of the British Empire.Gradually, other territories, colonies and provinces that were part of British North America would be added to Canada, along with land through the use of treaties with First Peoples (for example, see the Post ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada–United_Kingdom_relations

British–Canadian relations are the relations between Canada and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, being bilateral relations between their governments and wider relations between the two societies.The two countries have intimate and frequently cooperative contact; they are related through mutual migration, through shared military history, through a shared system of ...

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When Did Canada Gain Independence From Great Britain? After being granted autonomy in most of its affairs by the 1931 Statute of Westminster, Canada achieved complete independence from Great Britain through the 1982 Canada Act.

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The British took control of the French areas after a battle of the French and Indian War on the Plains of Abraham near Quebec City in 1759. After the American Revolutionary War, many people in the new United States wanted to stay loyal to Britain. Thousands came north to Canada and settled in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario.

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It was a raging inferno taking a tragic toll. But the burning fire in the human soul that no tears, no torrents of water can possibly extinguish, lives on in an eternal Blaze of Faith.

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OTTAWA — Britain’s prolonged divorce proceeding from the European Union will give it more time to forge a proper free-trade deal with Canada, says the country’s envoy to Ottawa. The United Kingdom is not legally allowed to engage in free-trade negotiations until it has departed the EU, but ...

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Concerning emigration from Great Britain prior to 1815, only fragmentary statistics are available, for before that date no regular attempt was made to measure the outflow of population. For some years before the treaty of peace with France, under which Canada in 1763 became a colony of the United Kingdom, a certain

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-Canada can modify or repeal past British-made legislation-Canada has right to it's own foreign policy.-Virtual political independence from Britain. The Statute of Westminster also mandates that Canada (and all the other dominions) must approve any changes to the monarchy or the British royal family in the future.

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Yes. There is no legal means that the British Government could force Canada to do anything. QEII is only constitutionally associated with Canada because she holds the office of "Queen of Canada", a separate office from the "Queen of Great Britain". The Queen of Canada is obliged to accept the advise of the Prime Minister of Canada.

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International calling codes when dialing from Canada to England