1805 in Canada
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Events from the year 1805 in Canada.
- January 29 - 4th Parliament of Lower Canada session starts, ends April 27, 1808
- February 1 - 4th Parliament of Upper Canada session starts, ends May 21, 1808
- 100th Regiment of Foot (Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment) arrives in Nova Scotia
- Lewis and Clark reach the Pacific Ocean.
- Yurii Lisianski sails to Canton with the first Russian cargo of furs to be sent directly to China.
- Vermont passes an act to establish the line between that State and Canada.
- February 16 - Edmund Walker Head, Governor (d.1868)
- August 26 - Joseph-Bruno Guigues, first bishop of the diocese of Bytown (Ottawa) (d.1874)
- December 8 - Amand Landry, farmer and politician (d.1877)
Full date unknown
- March 23 - Richard Dobie, an early Canadian businessman and a sometimes partner of Benjamin Frobisher (born 1731).