1753 in Canada
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Events from the year 1753 in Canada.
- The 2nd Fort Paskoya built at a new location which became the Pas.
- A trading post, to be later known as Fort de la Corne was built just below the junction of the two branches of the Saskatchewan.
- Fort Rouge rebuilt by Jacques Legardeur de Saint-Pierre at its original location.
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