1764 in Canada

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Events from the year 1764 in Canada.

Events[edit]

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  • 1764-65: The Sugar Act and Stamp Act, by which Britain aims to recover revenue from the American colonies, arouses local opposition.
  • James Murray becomes civil governor of Quebec, but his attempts to appease French Canadians are disliked by British merchants.
  • Canada is divided into two chief judicial districts (Quebec and Montreal). Martial law, in Canada, terminates.

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