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Events from the year 1792 in Canada.
- Catherine II grants a monopoly of furs in Alaska to Grigorii Shelikov.
- Captain George Vancouver begins his explorations of the British Columbia Coast.
- Many Black Loyalists in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia migrate to Sierra Leone in West Africa, mainly because the promises of land in Canada were not kept by the British.
- May 7 – Lower Canada is divided into 21 counties.
- August – the 1st Parliament of Upper Canada is elected.
- October 15 – The law of England is introduced in Upper Canada.
- December 20 – A fortnightly mail is established between Canada and the United States.
- December – A bill to abolish slavery in Lower Canada does not pass.
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