Canada was not always cooperative with all countries before. in fact, Canada took along route to become what it is today. the treaty of paris, the EXPULSION of the ACADIANS and the American revolution are only a few events that took place in Canada, AKA New France.
EXPULSION of Acadians
The Acadians were French speaking colonists who were forced out of their settlement by the British king, and his subjects. The French had signed a treaty with the British, allowing Acadians to settle in New France. However, the British felt that the Acadians were a threat to the British. They thought the Acadians were going to attack them, because they didn't accept loyalty to the British king.
The Acadians had houses and farms burnt down, separated fromt the family, and were drowned, or starved to death when they tried to escape. when they succeeded, they were either taking refuge at french or first nation camps. Unlike most events, the Acadians were never heard from again.
The American revolution had begun.The New American chief wanted French colonists to battle against Britain. The Nova Scotia and the Quebec colonists did not want to battle, because they either had ties with Britain. They had attacked both Montreal and Quebec city. The missions both failed, because their chiefs both died. This event is significant to Canada. (New France) it reminds us of how the Americans became friend with the British. This event is very significant.