1790 in Canada
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Events from the year 1790 in Canada.
- British Captain George Vancouver begins his three-year survey of northwest coast of North America
- Spain signs the Nootka Convention, ceding the Pacific Northwest to England and the United States.
- October 7 New York consents to Vermont's admission to the Union, with cessation of New York's jurisdiction, in the disputed territory.
- Lower Canada is divided into three districts, instead of two.
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