1710 in Canada
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Events from the year 1710 in Canada.
- The English recapture Acadia, this time permanently, and rename it Nova Scotia.
- Francis Nicholson captures Port Royal for England.
- The English take Port Royal and name it Annapolis Royal.
- Three Mohawk chiefs and one Mahican are received in Queen Anne's court in England as the Four Kings of the New World.
- October 7 - François-Josué de la Corne Dubreuil, a soldier and trader. (died 1753)
- July 23 - Jonathan Belcher, lawyer, chief justice, and lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia (died 1776)
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