British North America Act

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The British North America Act was passed by the British parliament in 1867. It sanctioned the confederation of Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to formally establish the Dominion of Canada. This act is considered the official birth of Canada as a country. In 1982, the act was renamed the Constitution Act(1867).

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