1841 in Canada
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Events from the year 1841 in Canada.
- February 10 - The Union of Upper and Lower Canada establishes the Province of Canada.
- June 15 - The 1st Parliament of the Province of Canada meets at Kingston.
- October 2 - The Canada Gazette publishes its first issue.
- December 20 - The Kingston Common Council establishes a police force.
- The Dawn Settlement, in what is now Dresden, Ontario, is established to provide self-help for Blacks in agricultural communities.
- January 15 - Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, Governor General of Canada (died 1908)
- March 9 - Robert Atkinson Davis, businessman, politician and 4th Premier of Manitoba (died 1903)
- April 15 - Joseph E. Seagram, distillery founder, politician, philanthropist and racehorse owner (died 1919)
- April 21 - Jennie Kidd Trout, physician, first woman in Canada legally to become a medical doctor and only woman in Canada licensed to practice medicine until 1880 (died 1921)
- May 8 - John Norquay, politician and 5th Premier of Manitoba (died 1889)
- August 3 - Juliana Horatio Ewing, poet and writer of children's novels set in Canada.(died 1885)
- August 10 - James David Edgar, politician (died 1899)
- August 10 - Oronhyatekha, Mohawk physician and scholar (died 1907)
- September 13 - George Airey Kirkpatrick, politician (died 1899)
- September 18 - George William Ross, educator, politician and 5th Premier of Ontario (died 1914)
- November 20 - Wilfrid Laurier, politician and 7th Prime Minister of Canada (died 1919)
- December 23 - John Brown, politician, miller, mining consultant and prospector (died 1905)
- "Canada Gazette - 160 Years of the Canada Gazette - page 10". Canada Gazette. 2011-09-19. Retrieved 2012-03-22.