Report of Resolutions Adopted at a conference of Delegates, at Québec, October 10, 1864, as the Basis of a Proposed Confederation

This is a list of the 72 resolutions passed at the Québec Conference (by delegates from the provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and the Colonies of Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island), held October 10-27, 1864. The report explained the laws and institutions that would govern confederation. The resolutions were the basis of the 1867 “British North America Act” that created Canada. The decision to build an intercolonial railway was also made at the Québec Conference. MG24-B96, R2707-0-5-E, MAINS23081, MIKAN 104498

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