1815 in Canada
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Events from the year 1815 in Canada.
- Great Migration from Europe begins.
- January - Unaware of the Treaty of Ghent, Gen. Andrew Jackson (1767–1845) wins an overwhelming victory at the Battle of New Orleans.
- February 9 - A Bill, to give the speaker a salary is read: salary 1,000 pounds.
- February 18 - The United States ratify Treaties, signed in December 1814.
- March 25 - Governor George Prevost informs Parliament, that then-Prince Regent George IV has ordered him to England, to answer charges of the naval commander.
- March - Parliament votes 25,000 pounds for a canal from Montreal to Lachine.
- January 10 - John A. Macdonald, politician and 1st Prime Minister of Canada, Born in Glasgow, Scotland. (died 1891)
- March 7: Thomas Wood, Member of the Legislative Council of Quebec for Bedford
- June 19 - Cornelius Krieghoff, artist (died 1872)
- September 18 - Joseph Duquet, notary in Lower Canada, executed
- October 15 - Pierre Antoine Deblois, Senator for La Salle, Quebec