Map of Canada 1867  Brief Canadian History 1867-1899

Map of Canada Confederation. British colonies in North America are united under the British North American Act to become the Dominion of Canada. The Act, drafted by John A. Macdonald and signed on May became effective on July

Dominion of Canada Dollar, 1870 - With confederation in 1867, the first truly national Canadian dollar came into being. Image courtesy of the Bank of Canada | #banknote #money

Dominion of Canada Dollar - 1870 With confederation in the first truly national Canadian dollar came into being. Image courtesy of the Bank of Canada

Canada Day; Canada; July 1; Celebrates the confederation of the provinces of Canada into the Dominion of Canada under the terms of the British North America Act of July 1, 1867. Celebrated with parades, fireworks, and singing of “O Canada,” the national anthem.

Welcome to a country where you get sunburns and frostbites in the same week 😂 Canada will be celebrating 150 years of awsomeness this July What makes you

Father of Confederation, by Robert Harris.

The students will examine the major factors and events that led to the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867 and evaluate the challenges facing the advocates of union.

William Lyon Mackenzie (1795-1861), journalist, politician and first mayor of Toronto in 1834, led the unsuccessful rebellion in Upper Canada December 4th & 5th, 1837. His supporters shot and killed Robert Moodie, a British Army officer (shown here), outside John Montgomery’s tavern at Yonge & Eglinton.

Shooting of Col. Robert Moodie, Montgomery’s Tavern, Toronto by Charles William Jefferys.

Louis-Joseph Papineau was a speaker of the the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. After being exiled after the rebellion of Lower Canada, he returned to become an elected member of the united Legislative Assembly of the Province Of Canada. he was in favour of the US annexing Canada. he was also a member of the Parti Rouge, who opposed the union of Upper and Lower Canada, were anti-clerical and admired republicanism. Their opposite was the Parti Bleus, who were pro clerical and pro unity

Louis-Joseph Papineau was a speaker of the the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. After being exiled after the rebellion of Lower Canada, he returned to become an elected member of the united Legislative Assembly of the Province Of Canada. he was in favour of the US annexing Canada. he was also a member of the Parti Rouge, who opposed the union of Upper and Lower Canada, were anti-clerical and admired republicanism. Their opposite was the Parti Bleus, who were pro clerical and pro unity

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