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Upper Canada, with its British and Protestant majority, was growing more rapidly than Lower Canada, with the French-Canadian and Catholic majority. It was hoped that by merging the two colonies, the French-Canadian cultural presence in North America would gradually disappear through assimilation. As such, the act also contained measures banning the French language from official use in the Legislative Assembly . However, despite the amalgamation, the distinct legal systems of the two colonies was retained with Upper Canada becoming referred to as Canada West (with English common law ) and Lower Canada as Canada East (with French civil law ). In Upper Canada, there was opposition to unionization from the Family Compact , while in Lower Canada political and religious leaders reacted against Upper Canada's anti-French measures. [5]

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