the instructions are in a word document alongside with two documents. one which is the main source, and the other which is the article to back the source up. along side the canadian enclycopedia is required. the link is provided in the instructions.
“Confederation Day!” The Globe, July 1, 1867, pg. 4 Student: Professor: Course title: Date: “Confederation Day!” The Globe, July 1, 1867, pg. 4 This primary source essentially reports about the time when New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the Provinces of Canada comprising Lower Canada and Upper Canada joined together to form one country in the Confederation on 1st July, 1867. This editorial in the Globe newspaper wishes the new confederation of Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Upper Canada and Nova Scotia success on what was then called Confederation Day. Now it is called Canada Day, which is commemorated across the country annually on 1st July. The union took effect on this day under the new constitution. The author of the article, who is anonymous, reports that the new Constitution of 1867 is significant and would be famous for a number of reasons. Firstly, this new Constitution brought 2 mar