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Alberta and Saskatchewan
The twin provinces of the Canadian West, so called because they were formed on the same day

Anglin, Timothy Warren
Canadian journalist and member of Parliament, born in the town of Cloankilty, County Cork, Ireland, 1822; died 3 May, 1896, in Canada

Anne de Beaupre, Sainte
Devotion to Saint Anne, in Canada

The shiretown of the county of the same name in Nova Scotia

A tribe of North American Indians belonging linguistically to the Athapascan stock whose original habitat is believed to have been Northwestern Canada

Argenson, Pierre de Voyer d'
Called the vicomte d'Argenson, chevalier, vicomte de Mouze, seigneur de Chastres, was the fifth Governor-General of Canada (1657-61), b. 1626; d. 1710

Aubery, Joseph
Jesuit missionary in Canada, born at Gisors in Normandy.(1673-1755)

Avaugour, Pierre du Bois, Baron d'
Sixth Governor General of Canada

Baillargeon, Charles Francois
A French-Canadian bishop (1798-1870)

Bailloquet, Pierre
French missionary to Canadian Indians (1612-1692)

Barre, Antoine-Lefebvre, Sieur de la
Tenth French Governor-General of Canada, b. at Paris in 1622; d. in 1690

Bedard, Pierre
French-Canadian lawyer and member of the Assembly of Lower Canada, b. at Charlesbourg near Quebec, 13 November, 1762; d. at Three Rivers, 26 April 1829

Beschefer, Theodore
Jesuit missionary in Canada (1630-1711)

Prince-Bishopric seated at Breslau, on the River Oder in the Prussian Province of Silesia

British Columbia
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Burke, Edmund
First Vicar Apostolic of Nova Scotia (1753-1820)

Buteux, Jacques
French Jesuit missionary in Canada (1600-1652)

Canada, Catholicity in
Treated under three headings: I. Period of French domination, from the discovery of Canada to the Treaty of Paris, in 1763; II. Period of British rule, from 1763 to the present day; III. Present conditions

Carbery, James Joseph
Third Bishop of Hamilton, Ontario (1823-1887)

Carheil, Etienne de
French missionary among the Indians of Canada, born at Carentoir, France, November 1633; died at Quebec, 27 July, 1726

Caron, Reneé-Edouard
French Canadian statesman and magistrate (1800-1876)

Cartier, Georges-Etienne
French Canadian statesman, son of Jacques Cartier and Marguerite Paradis, b. at St. Antoine, on the Richelieu, 16 Sept., 1814; d. in London 20 May, 1873

Casgrain, Henri Raymond
Author of French Canadian literature (1831-1904)

Casot, Jean-Jacques
The last surviving Jesuit of the old Canada mission, born in Liege, Belgium, 4 October, 1728; died at Quebec, 16 March, 1800

Casson, François Dollier de
Fourth superior of Saint-Sulpice, Montreal, Canada, b. near Nantes, France, 1636; d. in 1701

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Catholic Encyclopedia: Diocese of Chicoutimi
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Cazeau, Charles-Félix
French-Canadian priest (1807-1881)

Cemeteries in Law
Includes information concerning the laws in the United States and Canada

Chardon, Jean-Baptiste
Indian missionary in Canada, and in the Louisiana territory, born at Bordeaux, France, 27 April, 1672; died at Quebec, 11 April, 1743

Charity, Sisters of (St. John, New Brunswick)
Founded in 1854 by Bishop, subsequently Archbishop, Connolly

Charity, Sisters of, of Providence
More accurately, Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Poor, founded in Montreal, Canada, by Bishop Bourget and Madame Jean Baptiste Gamelin (Marie Emelie Eugenie Tavernier), 25 March, 1843

Diocese includes all Prince Edward Island (formerly called St. John's Island), the smallest province of the dominion of Canada

The Diocese comprises the northern half of the Province of New Brunswick, Canada, i.e., the counties of Gloucester, Madawaska, Northumberland, Restigouche, Victoria, and the part of Kent north of the Richibucto River

Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Octave
Canadian statesman (1820-1890)

Cholonec, Pierre
French missionary to Canadian Indians (1641-1723)

Colin, Frédéric-Louis
Superior of the Sulpicians in Canada, b. at Bourges, France, in 1835; d. at Montreal, 27 November, 1902

The largest and most important Indian tribe of Canada, and one of the largest north of Mexico

Crepieul, François
Jesuit missionary in Canada and vicar Apostolic for the Montagnais Indians; b. at Arras, France, 16 March, 1638; d. at Quebec in 1702

Dawson, Aeneas McDonnell
Author, b. in Scotland, 30 July, 1810; d. in Ottawa, Canada, 29 Dec., 1894

Denis, Joseph
The first Canadian to join the Recollects of the Friars Minor (1657-1736)

Duvernay, Ludger
A French-Canadian journalist and patriot, born at Vercheres, Quebec, 22 January, 1799; died 28 November, 1852

Esglis, Louis-Philippe Mariauchau d'
Eighth Bishop of Quebec, Canada; born Quebec, 24 April, 1710; died 7 June, 1788

Faraud, Henri
Canadian bishop (1823-1890)

Faribault, George-Barthélemy
Canadian archaeologist (1789-1866)

Ferland, Jean-Baptiste-Antoine
A French Canadian historian, b. at Montreal, 25 December, 1805; d. at Quebec, 11 January, 1865

Frechette, Louis-Honoré
Canadian journalist and poet (1839-1908)

Garneau, François-Xavier
French Canadian historian (1809-1866)

Gaspe, Philippe-Aubert de
French Canadian writer, b. at Quebec, 30 Oct., 1786, of a family ennobled by Louis XIV in 1693, d. 29 Jan., 1871

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