Upper Canada

Upper Canada
geographical name the Canadian province 1791-1841 corresponding to the S part of modern Ontario — see Lower Canada

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Upper Canada — a former British province in Canada 1791 1840: now the S part of Ontario province. * * *       from 1791 to 1841, the region in Canada now known as Ontario. With the Act of Union of 1841, it became known as Canada West (q.v.). See also Ontario. * …   Universalium

  • Upper Canada — noun /ˈʌpɚ ˈkænədə/ A former British colony located in what is now southern Ontario. See Also: Canada, Lower Canada …   Wiktionary

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  • Upper Canada — Up′per Can′ada n. geg a former British province in Canada 1791–1840: now the S part of Ontario province …   From formal English to slang

  • Upper Canada — /ʌpə ˈkænədə/ (say upuh kanuhduh) noun a former British province (1791–1840) in Canada; now forms the southern part of Ontario province …   Australian English dictionary

  • Upper Canada — a former British province in Canada 1791 1840: now the S part of Ontario province …   Useful english dictionary

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