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1894 in Canada

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Events from the year 1894 in Canada.

Incumbents

Crown

Federal government

Provincial governments

Lieutenant governors

Premiers

Territorial governments

Lieutenant governors

Premiers

Events

Full date unknown

Arts and literature

Sport

Births

George Alexander Drew in 1947

January to June

July to December

Deaths

John Sparrow David Thompson

Historical Documents

Prime Minister John Thompson's invitation to his Imperial Privy Council swearing-in at Windsor Castle [3]

Prime Minister John Thompson's death at Windsor Castle, and Queen Victoria's response [4]

Joseph Tyrrell's second expedition to Nunavut's Barren Grounds described [5]

Ethnologist crashes Dogribs' three-week muskox hunt [6]

Chignecto Ship Railway would shorten voyages of eastern New Brunswick, P.E.I. and other shipping to U.S.A. [7]

References

  1. ^ "Landslides". Get Prepared. Public Safety Canada. Retrieved 4 March 2016.
  2. ^ "History of Saint-Alban". Saint Alban (in French). City of Saint Alban. Retrieved 4 March 2016.
  3. ^ Clerk of the Council, Whitehall, December 8, 1894. Accessed 23 December 2019 [www.collectionscanada.gc.ca]
  4. ^ J. Castell Hopkins, Life and Work of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Thompson[....] (1895), pgs. 440-1. Accessed 25 December 2019 [archive.org]
  5. ^ "By Canoe and Snowshoe through the North-West," The (Toronto) Evening Telegram (January 19, 1895). Accessed 20 December 2019 [barrenlands.library.utoronto.ca]
  6. ^ Frank Russell, "Chapter VII; The Musk-Ox Hunt," Explorations in the Far North: Being the Report of an Expedition[....] (1898), pgs. 108-19. Accessed 19 December 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  7. ^ "The Ship Railway; Its Commercial Importance Set Forth," Daily Telegraph reprint (September 12, 1894). Accessed 19 December 2019 [media.lib.unb.ca] [www.lib.unb.ca]