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Events from the year 1747 in Canada.
- Marguerite d'Youville (Born Varennes, France October 1701 Died December 28, 1771) founds the Sisters of Charity or the Grey Nuns of Montreal.
- At Grand Pre, Nova Scotia, a surprise mid-winter attack is launched about three o'clock on the morning of 11 February 1747 on Col. Arthur Noble's detachment of British troops from Massachusetts, by a French and Indian force under Nicholas Antoine Coulon de Villiers. Noble and about 70 of his men were killed.
- Roland-Michel Barrin de La Galissonière was appointed to be Governor of New France.
- January 18: Michel Bégon, commissary of the Marine, councillor in the parlement of Metz, France, inspector general of the Marine, intendant of New France, intendant of Le Havre, of the admiralty of Normandy, and of naval forces (b.1667)
- August 8: Madeleine de Verchères, daughter of François Jarret, a seigneur in New France, and Marie Perrot (b.1678); Madeline (alt spelling) achieved recognition when, as a young girl, she successfully fought off Iroquois attackers and helped to save Fort Vercheres (Quebec).
- "Biography – BARRIN DE LA GALISSONIÈRE, ROLAND-MICHEL, Marquis de LA GALISSONIÈRE – Volume III (1741-1770) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography".
- "Biography – DUCKWORTH, Sir JOHN THOMAS – Volume V (1801-1820) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography".
- "Biography – GALE, SAMUEL (1747-1826) – Volume VI (1821-1835) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography".
- "Heritage History - Homeschool History Curriculum". Archived from the original on 2013-12-31. Retrieved 2013-12-31.
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