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Canadian History Trivia Fun Facts

Do you know what particular important historical event happened in Canada? Fun facts are indeed very fun and helpful to learn history!

Aren't you curious about who was the first to arrive in Canada? Discover special facts about special events in Canada's past.


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On July 1, 1867, Canada finally had their countries full independence by joining the three separate colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick into sole British federation.

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In 1497, John Cabot was the first European to form a map of Canada's east coast. When he set foot on Cape Breton Island in 1497, he claimed it for England and called it New Found Land.

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Before the first Europeans set foot in Canada, all regions are occupied by Indians. The Aboriginal group sustained their needs by hunting, raising crops, and preserving fish by drying and smoking.

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The first European village in Canada was established in the north of Florida by Pierre de Monts and Samuel de Champlain, both French explorers. After setting French empires in Maine and Nova Scotia, Champlain constructed a bastion in Quebec in 1608.

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Canada has become part of the War of 1812 as a colony of Great Britain. It was a war created by the military dispute between the United States and Great Britain.

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In 1916, Manitoba grant women the freedom to vote and operate the provincial office after Nellie McClung fight for woman's rights.

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The great depression in Canada left millions of Canadian people jobless and starving. It caused a great economic and social shock to the country's market. The great depression hits Canada the worst as its chief bartering partners, the United States and Britain, were also severely affected.

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Tecumseh, born in 1768 in south-central Ohio, is the leader and Shawnee chief of the first nation confederacy. Tecumseh is also the military leader in the war of 1812.

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When Canada finally gain its country's freedom in 1867, John Macdonald, a Scottish lawyer, became the first prime minister of Canada. He is known as the governing figure of the Canadian Federation.

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Jacques Cartier was the first European voyager to name Canada as Canada. While sailing across the Atlantic between 1534 and 1542, he heard captured guides speak the word "Kanata," which means village in the Iroquoian dialect.

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