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Why did the Maritimes not favour Confederation?

The only information I know is that they saw themselves as mature, independent colonies. Did they think that the union was not a fair idea or something?

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    You're right. In addition, the Maritimes had close economic and cultural contact with Britain than the rest of British North America. The Atlantic Ocean provided a "highway" that was more efficient than any that existed between the Maritimes and most of the rest of BNA.

    This site has more information.

    http://www.linksnorth.com/canada-history/theconfederation.html

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    Alright, thanks so much:)

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    You're welcome.

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