He didn't "join" Confederation, well I guess in one sense he did because he was one of our Fathers of Confederation and a professional politician. Maybe that is why.
he got Alberta and Saskatchewan to join the confederation.
George-Etienne Cartier has written: 'Discours de Sir Georges Cartier'
Yes sir William McDougall wanted confederation, in fact he was a father of confederation, he even associated with Sir John A. McDonald.
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Sir Oliver Mowat was one of the Fathers of Confederation.
He became a strong supporter to confederation, and the intercolonial railway
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he was against confederation he was also apart of the political deadlock and represation by population
Sir Adams George Archibald agreed with Charles Tupper that confederation would improve Nova Scotia's economy. I think.
There was no such contract. However, there were formal negotiations to enter Confederation in the early 1860s, and Quebec's - then Lower Canada's - chief representative was Sir George-Étienne Cartier.
The four fathers of confederation were Sir John A Macdonald, George Brown, Alaxender Galt, and George Cartier, Sir John A MacDonald being the co-"primeinister"at the time...
Sir George Cartier was a French-Canadian statesman and the Father of Confederation.
he was a strong supporter of confederation and the confederation was the first step to creating present day canada.
Sir Charles Tupper wanted Confederation, for he thought that the railway was needed in Nova Scotia in order to make Nova Scotia's economy prosper. He thought Confederation would let Nova Scotia continue to live. PEACE.
Sir John A. Macdonald was knighted on July 1, 1867, the day that Canadian confederation came into effect.
Sir John A. Macdonald represented the colony of Britain during the confederation proses.
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He didnt have a colony......he helped with Confederation....(brung Canada together)
He was is considered the Father of Confederation and helped create Canada.
Sir John A. Macdonald was the first Prime Minister of Canada and was part of the Fathers of Confederation. He served as Prime Minister for nineteen years.
Yes. Sir John A. Macdonald was the Prime Minister at the time of the Confederation of Canada on 1867 July 1.
Yes he did support it he was associated with sir jon a mcdonald and he was a father of confedreation.
No, they are different persons. Sir John A. Macdonald was Canada's first Prime Minister and a key player in Canada's confederation, while Sir John Abbott was Canada's third Prime Minister.
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