Acadian Deportation and Return, 1750-1803



The British decision, in 1755, to expel allegedly disloyal Acadian (French) settlers from the Bay of Fundy region is a blot on Canada's image as a welcoming land where immigrants could make new beginnings. By 1800 many Acadians had returned to Maritime Canada, and today the experience still resonates through story, song and memorials. More 

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