1713 in Canada
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Events from the year 1713 in Canada.
- The Treaty of Utrecht. The French cede Newfoundland and the Hudson Bay region. They retain Cape Breton Island and Île Saint-Jean (Prince Edward Island).
- Treaty of Utrecht cedes French Acadia, Newfoundland, Hudson Bay and the "country of the Iroquois" to England.
- The Treaty of Utrecht ends Queen Anne's War, confirming British possession of Hudson Bay, Newfoundland and Acadia (except Île-Royale Cape Breton Island). France starts building Fortress Louisbourg near the eastern tip of Île-Royale.
- Jean Baptiste de La Vérendrye born September 3, the eldest son of Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de La Vérendrye (died 1736).
- Michel Bénard, councillor of the conseil souverain.
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- "Treaty of Utrecht". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved 25 April 2015.
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