answersLogoWhite
History, Politics & Society
New York
Canada
New Brunswick

Why did people move to New Brunswick in 1867?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2008-12-17 02:58:21

because of confederation

001
🙏
0
🤨
0
😮
0
😂
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Still Have Questions?

Related Questions

When did New Brunswick dollar end?

New Brunswick dollar ended in 1867.


When was New Brunswick made in?

1867


What year did new brunswick join Canada?

New Brunswick joined Canada in 1867.


When did New Brunswick join the confederation of Canada?

1867


When did new brunswick become part of Canada?

1867


When did Fredericton become the capital of New Brunswick?

in 1867


When was Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick created?

Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick was created in 1867.


When was New Brunswick established?

New Brunswick was settled in 1534 by Acadian immigrants, but joined confederation in 1867 (July 1st).


When did New Brunswick become a province of Canada?

New Brunswick was one of the original 4 that joined Confederation July 1, 1867.


When did New Brunswick join confederation?

They are a charter member, July 1st 1867.


Can a child move out at age 17 in New Brunswick Canada?

You can legally move out at the age of sixteen in New Brunswick and Alberta.


On what date did New Brunswick enter confederation?

New Brusnwick entered confederation on July 1, 1867.


When was New Brunswick an official province?

They joined the confederation of Canada on July 1st, 1867.


When did New Brunswick say no to confederation?

most of the people said no but the government leader, Leonard Tilley said yes and joined confederation in 1867


Did the maliseet people live in new brunswick?

yes the maliseet people did live in new brunswick


On July 1867 joined confederation Canada?

Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.


What were the four provinces in Canada during 1867?

Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia were the four provinces that joined the Confederation together in 1867.


Which colonies joined the federation How were they reorganized in 1867?

Four colonies joined the Canadian federation in 1867. They were New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and Nova Scotia.


What provinces formed the Canadian confederation in 1867?

Canada (upper and lower), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.


What are the provinces that made up Canada before 1867?

Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia


When did New Brunswick become province?

Canada was created by the British North America Act, the formal date of Confederation being July 1, 1867. The the Colony of New Brunswick became the Province of New Brunswick on that date. New Brunswick is one of the four original provinces, the others being Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.


When did New Brunswick join the Confederation?

New Brunswick, along with Canada West (Ontario), Canada East (Quebec), and Nova Scotia, joined altogether in the year 1867 to form the Dominion of Canada.


How many people are in new brunswick?

The population of New Brunswick is app. 748,000 (as of 2004).


What 10 provinces in Canada joined the confederation in 1867?

Only three joined in 1867, the province of Canada (became Ontario and Quebec), New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.


What is the population of Bathurst New Brunswick?

As of 2006, the population of Bathurst, New Brunswick is 12,714 people.


Still have questions?