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The North American Union (NAU) is a theoretical economic and political continental union of Canada, Mexico, and the United concept is loosely based on the European Union, occasionally including a common currency called the Amero or the North American Dollar. A union of the North American continent, sometimes extending to Central and South America, has been the subject of . British North America refers to the British Empire's colonial territories in North America from to , not including the Caribbean and Bermuda. The term was first used informally in , but it was uncommon before the Report on the Affairs of British North America (), called the Durham Report.  These territories today form modern-day Canada and the Pacific Common languages: English, French, Gaelic. The union of the British North American provinces considered [microform]: in a letter addressed to the citizens of British America by Anderson, James, fl. Pages: Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Caption title: The new constitution and the Quebec Conference Running title: The new constitution, Quebec ConferencePages:
Alexander Tilloch Galt, Speech on the Proposed Union of the British North American Provinces – Novem Delivered shortly after the Quebec Conference of October , Alexander Galt presents the coalition government's comprehensive official case in . Parliamentary Debates on the Subject of the Confederation of the British North American Provinces, 3rd Session, 8th Provincial Parliament of Canada (Hardback or Cased Book) by Canada Parliament and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Union Of The British Provinces: A Brief Account Of The Several Conferences Held In The Maritime Provinces And In Canada, In September And October, Together With A Report Of The Speeches [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Union Of The British Provinces: A Brief Account Of The Several Conferences Held In The Maritime Provinces And In CanadaAuthor: Anonymous. the way to the adoption of a formally federative regime in The Canadian federation was created by the British North America Act, , a statute of the british Parliament at Westminster enacted after three colonies (the Province of Canada, consisting of present-day Quebec and Ontario, New brunswick, and Nova Scotia) expressed the wish to join.
In the following year the Hon. Henry Sherwood, who had filled the offices of Attorney General for Upper Canada and Prime Minister, published a scheme for the “Federative Union of the British North American Provinces,” which provided for two elective chambers, as well as for a system of local legislatures, somewhat as it exists to-day, save. THE IDEA OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN UNION Ged Martin. Late in , conferences at Charlottetown and Quebec designed an outline union of the British North American provinces. ‘Confederation’, as it was termed, took effect in July through Westminster legislation, the British North America Act. It is impossible to close one's eyes to the fact, that difficulties of the gravest kind exist in the way of a union of the British American Provinces.  Canadian–American Reciprocity Treaty of (Elgin-Marcy Treaty). The treaty expired in  See Galt’s speech in the Legislative Assembly on February 7, on p.  “Speech on the Proposed Union of the British North American Provinces” (Delivered by Galt at Sherbrooke, ), p. Author: Province of Canada (Legislative Council).