1608 Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec City, the first permanent settlement of Europeans in New France, and the second-oldest permanent European community in present-day Canada.
1621 Sir William Alexander, a Scottish poet and friend of King James I of England, received a land grant. The territory handed over to him would eventually become Nova Scotia
1713 Great Britain and France signed the Treaty of Utrecht in the Netherlands, ending the 1702–1713 War of the Spanish Succession.
1763 The Treaty of Paris ended the Seven Years' War (1756–1763), the first global war, fought in North America, Europe, the Caribbean, India, Southeast Asia and West Africa.
1773 The first representative House of Assembly was elected on the Island of St. John. Originally known as Saint-Jean, it was transferred from France to Great Britain in 1763, when it became a British colony.
1791 — Colonial Divide — Following the arrival of about 10,000 English-speaking Loyalist refugees in the Province of Quebec, the British Constitution Act divided the colony into Lower Canada, which kept French law and institutions, and Upper Canada.
1832 Political agitation by William Carson, Patrick Morris and others led the United Kingdom to grant Newfoundland an elected representative House of Assembly. Elections were held in 1832 and the Assembly met the next year.
Canada forms with the following provinces Ontario, Quebec, Nova scotia ,and New Brunswik