France, the Kichesiprini, the Ouendat, the Anishinabe, and the Innu fight the Haudenosaunee for control of the fur trade.
France puts a new group in charge of the fur trade, in an effort to boost colonization in New France.
Louis XIV, king of France, dissolved the Communauté des Habitans and takes direct control of New France and the fur trade.
Britain founds this fur trade monopoly, with Rupert's Land as its territory.
The Mi'kmaq fight British conquest of their lands
France and Britain fight a global war of supremacy, including supremacy in North America
Britain gains control over all of New France. New France becomes a British colony under the treaty, which ends the Seven Years War