British north american act

BY: Sukhyad&Inderpreet

What colonies were Involved

Many colonies were involved. Some being:

-new Brunswick - new Found land

-P.E.L. - Rupert land

-Nova Scotia - British Columbia

-Vancouver - Northwest territories

WHAT Was The BNA Act ?

The BNA act was an act passed on by the British parliment. It was passed on 1,July ,1867. This created the dominion of Canada.the act was first in London. it was brought to Canada by the Constitution Act of 1982.

When was the BNA act created?

This act was created on the July 1 of 1867. This was passed in Canada on 1867 in the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec, on July 1, 1867. On canada day.

Why was this act implemented?

The British North American Act was implemented for many reasons.One of them being Canada wanted to be a domestically self governing confederation.Another being the acts were at the core of constitution of Canada.Finally the act was passed on to stay under their original names

How was BNA act created?

The act was created by East and West Canada both of the parliaments came toghether and decided to make this act for the betterment of the collinies . The 2 main party leading it was the conservative and liberals.

Q&A

Name all the colonies that were involved?

Many colonies were involved. Some being:

-new Brunswick - new Found land

-P.E.L. - Rupert land

-Nova Scotia - British Columbia

-Vancouver - Northwest territories

What two parties were part of the BNA act ?

There were two parties involved in the BNA act. The 2 parties being Liberals and Conservatives.

True or False. Canada was created July 4 1867?

False canada was created July 1st 1867.July 4th is America Day

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  • "A Three-Minute Guide to the BNA Act, 1867." N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2015.