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Nov 25

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS263Y1
Professor
Mc Kim/ Penfold

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Nov 25, 2010
HIS263Y1
Making the Dominion
I. Reactions to Confrederation
debating British North American union
II. The Turing Tide
external influences
Expanding of paradox of BNA union
- Each province own political unit that all want different things (ex: Canada West
wanted rep by pop)
- though wanted different things confederation = best way to achieve the different
things they wanted
- support for confederation trails off
- turning tide, getting people to agree = external influences
I. A) Debating BNA Union
- Dorion vs. Cartier
- S.L. Tilley vs. A.J. Smith
- Joseph Howe vs. Charles Tupper
B) Rejecting Confederation
- PEI, Newfoundland
- Federalism (last lec.) how BNA would be run: Federal & Provincial
House of Commons (Lower House) & Senate (Upper House)
- Quebec Conference 72 Resolutions
- as debate continues several tensions emerge
- Confederation contained ambiguity (unsure what the spirit of confederation would
be)
- At this time is the American Civil War
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Whereas Cartier called for strong provincial gov't, to be able to protect
aspects of French culture
Maritimes concerned would be overwhelmed by larger provinces, so wanted
to make sure their voices were heard in confederation (only ~ 80,000)
- Call for compromise (Peace, Order & Good Gov't of the Union)
Mac: federal gov't is given tremendous power (ex: given power to make
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Nov 25, 2010 HIS263Y1 Making the Dominion I. Reactions to Confrederation debating British North American union II. The Turing Tide external influences Expanding of paradox of BNA union - Each province own political unit that all want different things (ex: Canada West wanted rep by pop) - though wanted different things confederation = best way to achieve the different things they wanted - support for confederation trails off - turning tide, getting people to agree = external influences I. A) Debating BNA Union - Dorion vs. Cartier - S.L. Tilley vs. A.J. Smith - Joseph Howe vs. Charles Tupper B) Rejecting Confederation - PEI, Newfoundland - Federalism (last lec.) how BNA would be run: Federal & Provincial House of Commons (Lower House) & Senate (Upper House) - Quebec Conference 72 Resolutions - as debate continues several tensions emerge - Confederation contained ambiguity (unsure what the spirit of confederation would be) - At this time is the American Civil War Whereas Cartier called for strong provincial govt, to be able to protect aspects of French culture Maritimes concerned would be overwhelmed by larger provinces, so wanted to make sure their voices were heard in confederation (only ~ 80,000) - Call for compromise (Peace, Order & Good Govt of the Union) Mac: federal govt is given tremendous power (ex: given power to make www.notesolution.com
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