1739 in Canada
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Events from the year 1739 in Canada.
- Joseph La France begins to explore between Lake Superior and Hudson Bay.
- Census of New France counts 42,801 inhabitants
- February 23: Jean-François Hubert, bishop of Quebec (d. 1797)
- August: Alexander Henry the elder, fur trader, merchant, militia officer, jp, and author (d. 1824)
Full date unknown
- "1739 - Census of New France". Statistics Canada.
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