- n. historical A former British colony located in what is now southern Ontario.
- From its position on the Saint Lawrence River. See Canada. (Wiktionary)
“Here the first Parliament of Upper Canada met and held five successive sessions, after which it was moved to York.”
“-- Organization of the Upper Canada Conference and the Indiana Conference.”
“In this year Bishop Macdonell applied for a coadjutor, and the Rev. Thomas Weld, an English priest, was consecrated Bishop of Amycla and coadjutor of Upper Canada on 6 August, 1826.”
“The opening of Upper Canada College in 1830 gave an impetus to education which soon began to be felt throughout the Province.”
“The Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada by the United Empire Loyalists, 1784-1884.”
“Fifty years ago the revenue of Upper Canada was L112,166 13s 4d; the amount of duty collected L9,283 19s.”
“Hence it happened that when Upper Canada College first threw open its doors, more than a hundred young men enrolled their names.”
“Upper Canada College, the only one in the Province, began this year”
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