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Events from the year 1784 in Canada.
- August 16 -: In response to Loyalist demands, the Crown creates New Brunswick out of Nova Scotia. New Brunswick was then divided into eight counties.
- 1784-: North West Company Built up Grand portage as a general summer rendezvous for all companies and free traders, drawing furs from as far as Oregon and the Arctic Circle.
- David Thompson begins apprenticeship on Hudson Bay
- James Cook's journal of his last voyage published in London
- Ward Chipman the Elder, a Massachusetts lawyer, settled in New Brunswick, where he served as solicitor general until 1808.
- Butler's Rangers were disbanded in June 1784, and its veterans were given land grants in the Nassau District, now the Niagara region of Ontario, as a reward for their services to the British Crown.
- January 28: Henry Allen, evangelist, hymnist, and theologian (b.1748)
- December 13: Dr. Samuel Johnson dies in London. (b.1709)
- Laurence Coughlan, Methodist preacher, Church of England clergyman, and local official
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