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When the Province of Manitoba and British Columbia joined the confederation?


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Answered 2008-12-18 04:24:00

Manitoba did not 'join' Confederation. On July 15, 1871, the North West Territories (a.k.a. Rupert's Land) was acquired by Canada from Britain. On the same date, the Province of Manitoba was created out of the North West Territories. British Columbia was the first province to 'join' Confederation, thereby becoming the sixth province. That was on July 20, 1871.

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