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The wanted to be part of america...and the leader had testicular cancer....i hopethis helps o_O
Joseph Howe belives that by joining the confederation, nova scotia would have little say in the federal government (18 house of common seats) and will lose ties and support with great Britain
Answerpros- it was the frenches only way to survive by keeping their language and religon(catholic)^^ Canada west is Ontario, not Quebec...
Spain joining Canadian Confederation? What planet are you on?
A pro for Canada East joining confederation in 1867 was that their distinct culture would be recognized.
Confederation was risky as it had small colonies joining with the very much larger province of Canada (today's Ontario and Quebec). History has shown those concerns to be valid as today Canada is moving from a Confederation in which each Nation is equal to a Federation dominated by the most populous provinces.
The most important was that the union with Nova Scotia, Québec, and Ontario, protected them of an eventual attack by the United States. Remembering that they were Empire Loyalists, who had previously been kicked out of the United States along with those in Ontario.
a joining of several groups for a common purpose
because they sucked
The Northwest Territories joined Confederation because they felt like joining.
the cons about confederation is that the people that live in the dominion of Canada get angry that they don't get paid much
cuz they r dump
Because they are good by themselves
cats and dogs liked it
because of money
The outcome of Prince Edward Island's joining of the Canadian Confederation was that its major financial issues were solved. They also began to receive government services from Canada.
Manitoba was Canada's fifth official province, joining Confederation on July 15th, 1870.
Figures from the Confederation League were essential for the movement of British Colombia joining the Canadian Confederation. These figures include Amor de Cosmos, John Robson, and Robert Beaven. British Columbia joined the Confederation on July 20, 1871. It was the sixth province to do so.
1st of all, they were more interested in their ties with Britain and the queen. 2nd, the CPR would not extend to them. 3rd, being far away from the government in Ontario, they would not have much say in matters
the building of the railway?