Black Canadians and Confederation

Canada became a country after the agreement of a number of provinces at Charlottetown and Quebec which is legislated as the British North America Act. From Confederation, the black population in Canada became diverse and dispersed over many regions and provinces. The websites provide information on some of the trials, challenges and accomplishments of black Canadians from Confederation to the 1960s.

1867-1960s



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