Upper Canada Tories

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Tories
Leader John A. Macdonald (last)
Founded Early 19th century
Dissolved 1867
Succeeded by Conservative Party of Ontario
Headquarters York, Upper Canada (until 1834)
Toronto, Canada West (after 1834)
Ideology Conservatism
Monarchism
Loyalism
Toryism
Political position Right-wing to Far-right

The Tory movement in Upper Canada was formed from the elements of the Family Compact following the War of 1812. It was an early political party, merely a group of like minded conservative elite in the early days of Canada. The Tories would later form an alliance with the Parti bleu in Lower Canada after the Union of 1841 and finally merge as a single political party, Conservatives, after 1867.

List of political figures with ties to the Tories[edit]