1 . We need more national resources since Newfoundland is lacking from rich soil but we do have some armies called the Newfoundland Ranger Force that will help protect us but it is little so we still need more people to support our island.
n.b. joined confederation because usa posed as a threat to expand into n.b.
there wud be a larger market 4 goods
they would be able to link to other colonies through the Intercolonial railway
Many in Newfoundland didn't want to join the confederation because they felt they had more independence by being part of the British Colonies. On the other hand, the British government was going to cut off financial help, and Canada was willing to pay the bills, so some thought joining the confederation was a good idea.
Many of the settlers thought that the powerful United States would want to expand northward into New Brunswick. However, if they were part of Canada they would be better able to defend against this threat.
People thought that Confederation would help the economy by providing a larger market for their goods, and a link to the other colonies through the Intercolonial Railway.
Fraud and Coercion. New Brunswick did not want to join Confederation and petitioned Queen Victoria to save them. She did not.
The people of New Brunswick voted against Confederation in 1865. In 1866 they voted for Pro-Confederation representatives under the agreement that they would get better terms. They did not. The promise of 1/3 of cabinet posts for the Maritime provinces as well as an equal elected senate never made it to the BNA act.
They joined because the elite found it to be profitable to them at the time.
When it comes to Canadian history it is rare for there to be one right answer even though this is the one recently presented to the Supreme Court of Canada it is not the only answer
1. Loose some of the control over the colony 2. have to share their trade
because they where charing a briged with u.s.a?
Because they would not like the United States to rule there land
because they sucked
cats and dogs liked it
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec didn't actually need Confederation, because they were already doing pretty well. It was Ontario that needed Confederation because they would get money from Nova Scotia and the railway would be built which helped them(Dubious)
A J Smith was a person from New Brunswick who was opposed to confederation. He was also a very hot tempered man who stuck to being opposed. He was a lawyer and was often consulted about marine matters concerning the law.
Four colonies joined the Canadian federation in 1867. They were New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and Nova Scotia.
When Canada came into being on July 1, 1867, it consisted of four provinces: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario. All four provinces became part of Canada at the same moment in time, and none has a higher priority in joining than any of the others.
Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick entered Confederation on the same date, July 1st, 1867. That is why Canada Day is celebrated on July 1st every year.
New Brunswick joined confederation July 1,1867.
New Brunswick Confederation of Regions Party was created in 1989.
what happend was that the citizens of New Brunswick opposed to confederation but the governers stay with confederation thats basicly what happend
yes new brunswik should joind the confederation
The Confederation Bridge which is the longest bridge over ice-covered water.
New Brusnwick entered confederation on July 1, 1867.
New Brunswick has little say in confederation but they would have no say at all if they had not joined or if they left.
the confederation bridge is located in P.E.I. and attaches it to part of New Brunswick
New Brunswick was settled in 1534 by Acadian immigrants, but joined confederation in 1867 (July 1st).
because of confederation