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The four provinces were Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. What had been called Canada was Ontario and Quebec.

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Why did canada leave the british empire?

Many people believed that they didn't want to be governed by a country an ocean away, and it took many days to be able to send messages, so there is very low communication, and they wanted to trade to a place nearby. Then, on 1867, 4 colonies, Canada West, Canada East, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick joined together to make the dominion of Canada, and then, the other colonies, like British Columbia, joined later on.


When did Canada approve a new constitution for a federal system of government?

I think you're referring to Confederation, which was Canada's first formal constitution and forged the original 4 provinces. If so, it came into effect July 1, 1867: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_North_America_Acts It's possible you might also be referring to 1982, when Canada officially severed all ties from Britain and introduced the Bill of Rights to the constitution: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_Act%2C_1982


First Canadian province?

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.


What is the date that the 13 colonies cease to exist?

July 4, 1776


Why did Canada join with Britain in ww1-ww2?

when the first WW began in August 1914, Germany invaded Belgium in order to grt to France. The British Empire (which included Canada) had promised to support Belgiums neutrality, and declared war on Germany. Canada at the time only had a population of 7.88 million and was not yet a trully independant country. Britans declaration of war on 4 August 1914 meant that Canada and the reat of Britans colonies were attomatically at war.

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How were the 4 colonies in Canada reorganized in 1867?

In 1867, there were more than four colonies. Only three of them were reorganized into the new country named Canada. They were Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the pre-Confederation Province of Canada which, upon Confederation, was severed into the provinces of Québec and Ontario. (See sections 3 and 6 of the British North America Act (now the Constitution Act).


How many provinces joined Canada in 1867?

4


Why did canada leave the british empire?

Many people believed that they didn't want to be governed by a country an ocean away, and it took many days to be able to send messages, so there is very low communication, and they wanted to trade to a place nearby. Then, on 1867, 4 colonies, Canada West, Canada East, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick joined together to make the dominion of Canada, and then, the other colonies, like British Columbia, joined later on.


When did new brunswick become part of Canada?

stupid question i ain't answering this stupid question


What is 1871-1867?

4


Which 4 provinces joined together in Confederation?

Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were the first 4 provinces of Canada.


What are the parts of the reconstruction act of 1867?

4 parts of reconstruction act of 1867


What are the answers to woozworld Canada day quiz?

1. Oh Canada 2. 1867 3. Ottawa 4. 10 5. beaver 6. Jacques Cartier 7. English and French 8. July 1 9. Toronto 10. Canada


What are Specific parts of the reconstruction act of 1867?

4 parts of reconstruction act of 1867


What are reasons for 1867 conferderation in Canada?

1) There was political Deadlock in the Legislative Assembly 2) They wanted to build an intercolonial Railway for transportation of Goods/trading and for carrying troops in case of American Invasion 3) Great Britain wanted her colonies to be self-supportive (it was a burden on British tax-payers to support and pay for the colonies) 4) There was a threat of American Invasion into BNA (British North America) 5)Especially in the UPC (The United Province Of Canada) people wanted to expand into Rupert's Land (before the Americans could) 6)Cancellation of The Reciprocity Treaty


When did Canada approve a new constitution for a federal system of government?

I think you're referring to Confederation, which was Canada's first formal constitution and forged the original 4 provinces. If so, it came into effect July 1, 1867: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_North_America_Acts It's possible you might also be referring to 1982, when Canada officially severed all ties from Britain and introduced the Bill of Rights to the constitution: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_Act%2C_1982


Who was the Governor of Ohio in 1867?

Jacob Dolson Cox (born October 27, 1828 in Montreal, Canada; died August 4, 1900 in Gloucester, Massachusetts) succeede Charles Anderson as the twenty-eighth Governor of Ohio, serving between January 8, 1866 and January 13, 1868, including the whole of 1867.