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Conferences of Canada

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Kirill Churakov

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Conferences of Canada

Three important conferences
leading to the creation of Canada Quebec Conference, October 1864.
Charlottetown Conference, September 1864.

The Charlottetown Conference held in 1864, Newfoundland also requested to be able to attend the conference in August 1864, but by then it was too late to change the plans.

The Quebec Conference held in 1864, British Columbia did not participate in the conference.
"Fathers of Confederation" Why is the term "Fathers of Confederation" are confusing? Who did these men represent?
It is confusing because there were two different "Fathers of Confederation". The first fathers were the fathers who attended the three meetings. The second fathers were the fathers who entered confederation later. Who was not represented at
the Conferences in 1864-1866(and later)?
Why were they excluded? Newfoundland and the first Nations.

Newfoundland sent two observers, but they did not participate directly in the proceedings. Which group should be presented at a meeting to discuss today's Canada? In our opinion it should be presented 3 groups: Americans, Natives and the leaders of Canadian regions, because this meeting would affect their lives. Thank you for your attention!
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