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Events from the year 1907 in Canada.
- Governor general – Albert Grey
- Prime minister – Wilfrid Laurier
- Chief Justice – Charles Fitzpatrick (Quebec)
- Parliament – 10th
- Lieutenant Governor of Alberta – George Hedley Vicars Bulyea
- Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia – James Dunsmuir
- Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba – Daniel Hunter McMillan
- Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick – Jabez Bunting Snowball (until February 24) then Lemuel John Tweedie (from March 6)
- Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia – Duncan Cameron Fraser
- Lieutenant Governor of Ontario – William Mortimer Clark
- Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island – Donald Alexander MacKinnon
- Lieutenant Governor of Quebec – Louis-Amable Jetté
- Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan – Amédée Forget
- Premier of Alberta – Alexander Cameron Rutherford
- Premier of British Columbia – Richard McBride
- Premier of Manitoba – Rodmond Roblin
- Premier of New Brunswick – Lemuel John Tweedie (until March 6) then William Pugsley (March 6 to May 31) then Clifford William Robinson
- Premier of Nova Scotia – George Henry Murray
- Premier of Ontario – James Whitney
- Premier of Prince Edward Island – Arthur Peters
- Premier of Quebec – Lomer Gouin
- Premier of Saskatchewan – Thomas Walter Scott
- March 6 – William Pugsley becomes premier of New Brunswick, replacing Lemuel John Tweedie
- May 24 – Boer War Memorial (Montreal) unveiled
- May 30 – Edward VII grants the Coat of Arms of Alberta
- May 31 – Clifford Robinson becomes premier of New Brunswick, replacing William Pugsley
- August 24 – Part of the under-construction Quebec Bridge collapses in Quebec City killing 75 construction workers and injuring 11.
- September 7
- September 14 – Jasper National Park established.
- January 14 – Georges-Émile Lapalme, politician (d.1985)
- January 26 – Hans Selye, endocrinologist (d.1982)
- February 9 – Harold Scott MacDonald Coxeter, geometer (d.2003)
- March 20 – Hugh MacLennan, author and professor of English (d.1990)
- March 24 – Paul Sauvé, lawyer, soldier, politician and 17th Premier of Quebec (d.1960)
- April 16 – Joseph-Armand Bombardier, inventor, businessman and founder of Bombardier Inc. (d.1964)
- April 17 – Louis-Philippe-Antoine Bélanger, politician (d.1989)
- July 6 – George Stanley, historian, author, soldier, teacher, public servant and designer of the current Canadian flag (d.2002)
- August 5 – Herman Linder, rodeoist
- August 24 – Alfred Belzile, politician and farmer
- September 3 – Andrew Brewin, lawyer and politician (d.1983)
- January 1 – William Pearce Howland, politician (b.1811)
- January 25 – Andrew George Blair, politician and 6th Premier of New Brunswick (b.1844)
- January 31 – Timothy Eaton, businessman and founder of Eaton's (b.1834)
- March 3 – Oronhyatekha, Mohawk physician and scholar (b.1841)
- March 8 – Edward Cochrane, politician (b.1834)
- March 20 – Louis Adolphe Billy, politician and lawyer (b.1834)
- April 6 – William Henry Drummond, poet (b.1854)
- June 12 – John Waldie, politician (b.1833)
- "Jasper National Park Is The Most Beautiful Place In Canada". All That's Interesting. 5 January 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
- "Dr Hans Selye". home.cc.umanitoba.ca. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
- "CHADWICK, CASSIE L." case.edu. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
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