1867 in Canada

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Events from the year 1867 in Canada.



January to June[edit]



July to December[edit]

Federal government[edit]

Provincial governments[edit]

Lieutenant governors[edit]


Full date unknown[edit]



Samuel Harrison

Historical documents[edit]

British House of Commons debates Confederation [4]

In first Speech from the Throne, Governor General Monck lists legislative agenda, including eastern railway and western expansion[5]

Thomas D'Arcy McGee lectures on the state of cultural development in Canada [6]

Court validates a "country marriage," allowing a Metis man to inherit [7]

Report on Anglican mission work among and by Indigenous people in Rupert's Land[8]

Photo: St. Regis Lacrosse Club[9]


  1. ^ "Queen Victoria | The Canadian Encyclopedia". www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca. Retrieved 5 December 2022.
  2. ^ "The Prime Ministers of Canada – John A. Macdonald Quickfacts". Archived from the original on 2007-04-15. Retrieved 2006-11-25.
  3. ^ "Archived – Budget 2010 – The Budget Process". Department of Finance Canada. Retrieved 2012-04-08.
  4. ^ "Imperial Parliament, House of Commons, Federation of American Colonies, February 28" The (Auckland, N.Z.) Daily Southern Cross, Vol. XXIII, No. 3,076 (May 27, 1867), pg. 6. Accessed 9 September 2018 (See also John A. Macdonald's comment that British foreign minister objected to "Kingdom" of Canada term in draft bill)
  5. ^ "His Excellency the Governor General" Minutes of Proceedings of the Senate of the Dominion of Canada (November 7, 1867), pgs. 8-9. (See 1877 map of Intercolonial Railway and modern Territorial Evolution maps) Accessed 27 November 2021
  6. ^ Thomas D'Arcy McGee, "The Mental Outfit of the New Dominion" The (Montreal) Gazette, November 5, 1867. Accessed 9 September 2018
  7. ^ John Connolly, plaintiff vs. Julia Woolrich, defendant and Thomas R. Johnson, et al., executors and defendants par reprise d'instance Superior Court, Montreal (1867). Accessed 9 September 2018
  8. ^ Right Rev. Robert Machray, Diocese of Rupert's Land, Church of England, Report of the Second Conference of Clergy and Lay-Delegates from Parishes in the Diocese of Rupert's Land (1867), pgs. 21-3. Accessed 9 September 2018
  9. ^ William Notman, "St. Regis Lacrosse Club" (1867), McCord Museum. Accessed 18 May 2022