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What is the last province to join Confederation?

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Newfoundland Labrador was the last province to join Confederation in 1949 (Nunavut was the last territory to join, on April 1, 1999).

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Newfoundland and Labrador was the last province to join Confederation in 1949


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No, Newfoundland was the last to join, in 1949.


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The last province to join Canada was Newfoundland in 1949. In 1999 the territory of Nunavut was formed from part of the Northwest Territories, but it does not have provincial status.Newfoundland Labrador was the last province to join confederationin 1949. Nunavut was the last territory to join Canada in 1999.


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British Columbia, in 1871. Please see the link.


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Prince Edward Island joined Confederation and became a province on July 1, 1873. It is the seventh province to join Canada.



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