1829 in Canada
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Events from the year 1829 in Canada.
- January 4 - Sir John Colbe, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada founds Upper Canada College, as a feeder school to the newly formed University of Toronto and a home for the colony's upper class.
- November 30 - construction of the first Welland Canal is completed.
- May 28 - A. B. Rogers, surveyor (died 1889)
- June 7 - Joseph Godéric Blanchet, politician (died 1890)
- July 10 - Louis-Adélard Senécal, businessman and politician (died 1887)
- August 1 - John James Fraser, lawyer, judge, politician and 4th Premier of New Brunswick (died 1896)
- December 5 - Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière, politician, Minister, 4th Premier of Quebec and Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (died 1908)
- June 6 - Shanawdithit, last recorded surviving member of the Beothuk people of Newfoundland (b. c1801)