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Events from the year 1823 in Canada.
- May 10 – Louis-Joseph Papineau and John Neilson are in London to present a petition of 60,000 signatures against favouring Union of the colonies
- October 14 – At a meeting, in Montreal, Mr. (afterwards Sir) James Stuart favors Union.
- February 24 – William Murdoch, poet (died 1887)
- March 30 – James Cox Aikins, politician, Minister and Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba (died 1904)
- April 29 – Hart Massey, businessman and philanthropist (died 1896)
- June 2 – Gédéon Ouimet, politician and 2nd Premier of Quebec (died 1905)
- June 17 – Henri Faraud, bishop of the Roman Catholic Church (died 1890)
- July 23 – Alexandre-Antonin Taché, Roman Catholic priest, missionary, author and Archbishop (died 1894)
- August 13 – Goldwin Smith, historian and journalist (died 1910)
- October 16 – Marc-Aurèle Plamondon, lawyer, journalist, publisher, and judge (died 1900)
- November 10 – Thomas Arkell, politician, farmer and grain merchant (died 1906)
- December 27 – Mackenzie Bowell, politician and 5th Prime Minister of Canada, Born in Rickinghall, England. (died 1917)
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