1833 in Canada
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Events from the year 1833 in Canada.
- September - William Lyon Mackenzie returns from the United Kingdom.
- September 19 - Military riot at Montreal.
- November 13 - Meteor showers at Niagara, Ontario.
- November to December - William Lyon Mackenzie expelled three times and re-elected twice.
- Royal William, formerly operating between Quebec and Halifax, becomes first steamship to cross Atlantic.
- April 22 - John Waldie, politician (died 1907)
- July 7 - Henry Joseph Clarke, lawyer, politician and 3rd Premier of Manitoba (died 1889)
- September 3 - Byron Moffatt Britton, politician, lawyer and lecturer (died 1920)
- September 15 - Alexander Roberts Dunn, first Canadian awarded the Victoria Cross (died 1868)
- October 13 - Edward Blake, politician and 2nd Premier of Ontario (died 1912)
- November 24 - Antoine Labelle, priest and settler (died 1891)
- December 10 - George Haddow, politician and merchant (died 1919)