1830 in Canada
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Events from the year 1830 in Canada.
- Influenza epidemic strikes tribes of British Columbia.
- Canada is divided into counties.
- William Lyon Mackenzie re-elected to the Assembly with a Reform minority.
- Ridout's Hardware Store, later known as Aikenhead's Hardware opens in Toronto.
- March 1 - James Armstrong, politician (died 1893)
- August 7 - Thomas White, journalist and politician (died 1888)
- November 18 - Michel Auger, politician (died 1909)
Full date unknown
- June 24 - François Blanchet, author, physician, teacher, militia officer, businessman, seigneur, politician, office holder (born 1776)