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melody

canadian studies

TermDefinition
Imperialism Attitude of taking control in other countries.
canadian confederation provinces in Canada united into one.
british North America act the legal ground rules for Canada and divided up the powers between the provinces and the federal government.
prime minister the leader of Canada's federal government.
John A. Macdonald the first prime minister in canada
confederation means to unite.
British North America the name of British-owned areas of Canada.
Ontario one of the first provinces of Canada.
Independent a self-government country.
July the month when canada became independent.
BNA act the law that listed the first rules of Canada's government.
four how many provinces joined Canada in 1867?
Manitoba which province joined Canada in 1870?
Nunavut which province was the last to join Confederation?
Ontario, Quebec, Nova scotia and New Brunswick list the first provinces that were part of canada.
Created by: melodyybe20