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July 1 - 7, 2012
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- July 1, 1867
ConfederationCanada West, Canada East, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick formed the Dominon of Canada.
- July 2, 1960
Eaton Awarded Peace PrizeThe Lenin Peace Prize was presented to Cyrus Eaton by D. V. Skobeltzyn, at Pugwash N.S.
- July 2, 1821
Birth of Sir Charles TupperTupper, an advocate for the Union of Provinces, was born near Amherst, N.S.
- July 5, 1881
Royal Academy of Arts ExhibitionThe second exhibition by the Academy took place at Province House, Halifax.
- July 5, 1916
First Canadian Black BattalionThe first and only black battalion, No. 2 Construction Battalion, was authorized, with headquarters in Pictou.
- July 6, 1967
Edgar S. Archibald Appointed to Order of CanadaAn agriculturalist, Archibald was the first to be appointed as a Companion of the Order of Canada.
- July 7, 1967
Robert Stanfield Appointed to Privy CouncilRobert Stanfield was appointed a member of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada