Definition of confederation
an organization that consists of a number of parties or groups united in an alliance or league.
With the elements of national power coalescing at the tactical level of war, a loose confederation of governmental agencies at the combatant commander level is simply insufficient.
Example of confederation
‘But even our fathers of confederation are hard to name,’ continues Maddin.
a confederation of trade unions
a referendum on confederation
Albertans often feel they were sold out to protect Ontario consumers but that's the nature of confederation .
As organizations, each national party is a decentralized and loose confederation of state parties and of other affiliated groups.
As with point 1, I don't see what this has to do with strengthening Alberta's place in confederation .
Beginning as a railway in the first century of Canadian confederation , it entered Canada's second century as a multi-model transport, industrial and financial enterprise.
But at the Congress of VIENNA Swiss control was restored and the European powers guaranteed the confederation 's neutrality.
Canada became a confederation in 1867
Canadians in all strata of society became greatly disturbed by this threat and looked for ways to draw the northwestern regions of North America into confederation .