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quebec, nova scotia, Newfoundland and Ontario

ONLY ONE RIGHT OUT OF THREE!!

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That's right! Only three provinces joined together to form Canada. They were Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the pre-Confederation Province of Canada.

At the moment of Confederation (July 1, 1867) the pre-Confederation Province of Canada was divided into the Provinces of Ontario and Québec.

Only three provinces joined together to form Canada, but there are four original provinces of Canada.

(Newfoundland was the last province to join Canada.)

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