Reasons To Join Confederation

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John A Macdonald, George Etienne Cartier and George Brown were extraordinary people who created Canada and lead us to Confederation. There were five factors that lead our colonies to Confederation. British North America could not compete with trade in Britain because of Britain’s anti Corn Law. Britain’s anti corns law placed tariffs on imported grains which meant the BNA no longer had colonial preference. Now I’m going tell about the wonderful world of Canadian history. There are key factors that led some colonies to join Confederation. The colonies that joined Confederation in 1867 were Canada East, Canada West, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick one of the factors that led some colonies to join Confederation was the issue of trade. BNA could not complete with trade in Britain because of Britain’s anti Corn Law. Britain’s anti corns law placed tariffs on imported grains which meant the BNA no longer had…show more content…
She could only gain her freedom by running away from that evil place first, she was following some to freedom but he had stuffing injury she tried to convince her husband to come with them up north but he would not go also he was not try to risk his life then later on she passed away march 10 1913. 4.3 big bear mistahimaskwa mistahimaskwa was born in 1825 and near jackfish lake his father black powder was the chief of the ojibwe claim mistahimaskwa was the leader in 1850 and early 1860`s thats when he knew he wanted to to be different than commons leaders in the past mistahimaskwa refused to sign the treaty he was the first leader to do so , so over six years he continued to refuse so then later on in poundmaker he settled and passed away january 17 1888 were big bear mistahimaskwa stand strong
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