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  • 1. Building A Confederation Achieved Nation
  • 2. Towards Confederation • Before 1867, with the exception of Canada East and Canada West, the colonies of British North America were completely separate • Citizens of each colony were British subjects, and Britain was responsible for their well-being and defence • Colonies were only interested in Confederation if they received favourable terms
  • 3. “Deal,” not “Ideal” • When Confederation was proposed, the colonies wanted to know how the deal would benefit them • Although Macdonald favoured a strong national government with limited powers for the provinces, very few colonial politicians agreed with this idea • People who lived outside central Canada were not excited about the idea of being ruled by a government in central Canada