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Loyalists and the Constitutional Act of 1791

What did loyalists believe they should have? The same amount of rights as other British citizens
Since Quebec was still governed by the Quebec act of 1774, what did that mean?` It meant that the colony used French civil law and the seigneurial land holding systems
When was the Constitutional Act passed? In 1791
What were the 2 colonies Quebec was separated into? Upper and lower Canada
What was upper Canada guaranteed? The English freehold system of land ownership
___ / ___ of all Upper Canada was set aside as clergy reserves, which were sections of land controlled by the Anglican Church 1/7
What does the executive council do? Manages day to day government business
What does the legislative council do? Makes laws
what does Legislative assembly do
Created by: rcleland