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We are approaching Canada Day, on July 1st.  As we celebrate, I thought it would be interesting to note when the provinces and territories joined our great country.

  • 1867 – New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec (July 1)
  • 1870 – Manitoba and Northwest Territories (July 15)
  • 1871 – British Columbia (July 20)
  • 1873 – Prince Edward Island (July 1)
  • 1898 – Yukon (June 13)
  • 1905 – Alberta, and Saskatchewan (September 1)
  • 1949 – Newfoundland (March 31)
  • 1999 – Nunavut (April 1)

When Canada was first seen by the Europeans, they were governed by their Kings and Queens.  Both French and English have had a significant influence on our country’s development.  So here is a list of these royals.  First, the French:   crown

  • 1515 – 1547  Francis I
  • 1547 – 1559  Henry II
  • 1559 -1560   Francis II
  • 1560 -1574   Charles IX
  • 1574 – 1589  Henry III
  • 1589 –…

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