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how did George-Etienne Cartier promote his vision of canada?

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    He shared a vision of Canada with Louis Papineau and took Part in Papineau's rebellion of 1837. He was pre-Confederation Attorney General under John A. Macdonald in 1856. After that he shared the role of Prime Minister (still prior to Confederation) from 1858-62. He is remembered as one of the founders of Confederation as he took part in the negotiations leading up 1867.

    Source(s): Bothwell, Robert - Penguin History of Canada. Toronto: Penguin Canada: 2008 Parry, Melanie (ed) - Chambers Biographical Dictionary: Centenary Edition. Edinburgh: Chambers: 1997, p. 347 Various article published by the Canadian Historical Association.
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