Explain The Difficulties For Joining The Confederation

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Yukon joined the Confederation in 1898 after a gold rush movement boomed. The Canadian government named a second northern territory "Yukon" to show Canada controlled the territory.

Saskatchewan also joined the Confederation in the same year with Alberta. Saskatchewan and Alberta was originally planning to unite as one province. However, members of the Confederation considered it was too large for a government to administer. Areas divided into Saskatchewan and Alberta.

Alberta joined the Confederation in the same year with Saskatchewan. Difficulties for joining the Confederation were how many provinces Canada would create and a financial arrengement. The creation of Alberta led an immigration boom. A variety of languages were spoken in Alberta
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