1762 in Canada
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|Years in Canada:||1759 1760 1761 1762 1763 1764 1765|
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Events from the year 1762 in Canada.
- Governor of the Province of Quebec: Jeffery Amherst
- Colonial Governor of Louisiana: Louis Billouart
- Governor of Nova Scotia: Jonathan Belcher
- Commodore-Governor of Newfoundland: Richard Edwards
- Wednesday November 3 – According to the preliminaries of peace, signed at Fontainebleau, England is to have, with certain West Indies, Florida, Louisiana, to the Mississippi River (without New Orleans), Canada, Acadia, Cape Breton Island and its dependencies, and the fisheries, subject to certain French interests. Spain is to have New Orleans and Louisiana, west of the Mississippi, with an undetermined Western boundary.
July 17 : Alexander Macdonell (bishop)
August 28 : Augustin de Boschenry de Drucour, governor of Isle Royale.