1765 in Canada
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Events from the year 1765 in Canada.
- May 18 – Fire destroys one quarter of the town of Montreal, Quebec.
- The Stamp Act increases discontent. A Stamp Act Congress meets to protest the Act.
- Reserve system in Canada begins with the provision of a tract of land for the Maliseet tribe.
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