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Governors of Canada

Charles Montmagny Governor of Quebec
Governors in early Canada. I thought it might be useful to explain a little about the various Governors. Not only does Canada itself have a Governor appointed by the King of France, for example: Montmagny (who served longest) but also Maisonneuve, Ailleboust, de Lauson, de Voyer, Davougour, de Mézy, de Tracy and de Courcelles. But there are also Governors of certain areas, such as, Maisonneuve in Montreal (who was also once Governor of all Canada) and Guillemont, and of course the famous Pierre Boucher in Trois Rivieres. I don’t know if this avoids any confusion, but at least you know how confusing it is (was). Read More 
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