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  • 61legislature — leg|is|la|ture [ ledʒı,sleıtʃər ] noun ** 1. ) count a group of people who are elected to create laws in a particular area, especially a U.S. state: Georgia s state legislature 2. ) the legislature MAINLY BRITISH LEGAL the LEGISLATIVE BRANCH of… …

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  • 62British Columbia general election, 1945 — The British Columbia general election of 1945 was the twenty first general election in the Province of British Columbia, Canada. It was held to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. The election was called on August 31… …

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  • 63British Columbia general election, 1871 — Formerly a British colony, British Columbia became a province of Canada on July 20 1871. An interim Cabinet was appointed by the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, and election writs for the First general election were issued to choose 25… …

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  • 64British Columbia general election, 1882 — This was the third election held after British Columbia became a province of Canada on July 20 1871. Political ContextIssues and DebatesNon Party SystemThere were to be no political parties in the new province. The designations Government and… …

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  • 65British Columbia general election, 1890 — This was the sixth election held after British Columbia became a province of Canada on July 20 1871. The number of members was increased for this election from 27 in the previous election to 33, although the number of ridings was decreased to… …

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  • 66British Columbia general election, 1894 — This was the seventh election held after British Columbia became a province of Canada on July 20 1871. The number of members remained at 33 with the number of ridings increased to 26 as a result of the partition of the Yale and Westminster… …

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  • 67British Columbia electoral reform referendum, 2009 — A second referendum on electoral reform will be held in conjunction with the provincial election scheduled for May 12 2009.The BC single transferrable vote (BC STV) electoral system will again be voted on by the BC electorate. To succeed, it will …

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  • 68British Columbia Highway 17 — Infobox road province=BC name notes= type=Hwy route=17 alternate name= length mi= length round= length ref= length notes= established=1960 direction a=South starting terminus=Trans Canada Highway in Downtown Victoria, BC direction b=North ending… …

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  • 69British North America Act —    The constitution of the Dominion; the Act by which the scattered colonies of British North America were united in one Confederation. Drafted at the Quebec Conference, 1864; discussed and passed in the form of resolutions, in the Legislature of …

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  • 70legislature — Synonyms and related words: British Cabinet, Sanhedrin, US Cabinet, act, advisory body, assembly, association, bench, board, body of advisers, borough council, brain trust, cabinet, camarilla, chamber, city council, common council, concurrent… …

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  • 71Canada under British rule (1763–1867) — History of Canada This article is part of a series Timeline …

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  • 72Canada under British Imperial control (1764-1867) — New France under British Rule In North America, Seven Years War officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris on February 10, 1763. As part of the treaty, France ceded all North American land to Britain, except Louisiana and two… …

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  • 73History of British Columbia — British Columbia is the westernmost province in Canada. Indigenous peoples have inhabited the territory that is now called British Columbia , as described in their oral traditions, from time immemorial. There are claims by the English to have… …

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  • 74Law of the British Virgin Islands — The law of the British Virgin Islands is a combination of common law and statute, and is based heavily upon English law.Law in the British Virgin Islands tends to be a combination of the very old and the very new. As a leading offshore financial… …

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  • 75History of the British Virgin Islands — The History of the British Virgin Islands is usually, for convenience, broken up into five separate periods: * Pre Columbian Amerindian settlement, up to an uncertain date * Nascent European settlement, from approximately 1612 until 1672 *… …

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  • 76New Democratic Party of British Columbia — Infobox Canada Political Party party name = New Democratic Party of British Columbia status = active class = prov party wikicolourid = NDP party leader = Carole James president =Jeff Fox foundation = 1933 dissolution = ideology = Social Democracy …

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  • 77Gold Coast (British colony) — This article is about the British colony in west Africa, 1821 1957. For other uses, see Gold Coast (disambiguation) Infobox Former Country native name = conventional long name = Colony of Gold Coast common name = Gold Coast| continent = Africa… …

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  • 78BC Legislature Raids — The BC Legislature Raids resulted from search warrants executed on the Legislature of British Columbia, Canada, in 2003 and the associated criminal proceedings and media circus. Justice Elizabeth Bennett began hearings in BC Supreme in April 2007 …

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  • 79Your Political Party of British Columbia — Infobox Canada Political Party party name = Your Political Party of British Columbia party wikicolourid = YPP status = active class = prov party leader = James Filippelli president = Vacant foundation = 2005 dissolution = ideology = Government… …

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  • 80Slavery in the British Virgin Islands — In common with most Caribbean countries, slavery in the British Virgin Islands forms a major part of the history of the Territory. One commentator has gone so far as to say: One of the most important aspects of the History of the British Virgin… …

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