The aboriginals Mi'kmaq and Inuit were the original people who lived in Canada.
After the American Revolution, the British government helped loyalists to settle in Canada. The British government offered them Canadian land in exchange for their service.
The people in canada's accepted the confederation because it would change them from five unimportant colonies into a great and powerful nation, it would remove the barriers to trade among the colonies and provide a market of four million people, Canada would become the third largest sea-going nation in the world after britain and the united states, it would encourage people to come from other contries to settle in Canada, it would provide other markets for their goods, and in case of war all the colonies would stand strong together.
They wanted people to move west and settle.
It settled who would get the undefined portion of the boundary line between the United States and Canada was drawn from Lake of Woods east to the Atlantic.
why do people settle in canada
Iceland, then the French.
Ontario --------------- But mostly lower Quebec, along the St Lawrence. Of course as Canada grew so did the French who have settled where ever there are Federal offices as most of those jobs are reserved for people who speak French.
They were in Canada first, so Quebec.
Pierre Le Moyne was the first to settle in Mississippi and he establisht a French settlement at Old Biloxi.
the dutch did settle in canada.
Why did the colonist attempt to settle again on Roanoke Island
i have absolutly no idea... but let me know
"Who else"? This I can't answer, so here are the basic facts.Ontario was pioneered, farmed and settled mainly by people from England, Scotland and Ireland.