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List of conflicts in Canada is a timeline of events that includes wars, battles, skirmishes, major terrorist attacks, riots, and other related items that have occurred in the country of Canada's current geographical area. A complete list of terrorist attacks can be found at list of terrorist attacks in Canada.

17th century[]

18th century[]

19th century[]

  • 1800 United Irish Uprising
  • 1811 Tonquin incident
  • 1812 War of 1812
  • 1886 Anti-Chinese Riots
  • 1887 Wild Horse Creek War

20th century[]

  • 1902 - June 22: Toronto Streetcar Strike riot [1]
  • 1907 - Anti-Oriental Riots
  • 1918 - Conscription Crisis of 1917
  • 1919 - Winnipeg General Strike
  • 1925 - New Waterford Rebellion. See Davis Day.
  • 1926 - Regina Riots
  • 1933 - August 16: Christie Pits riot in Toronto.
  • 1935 - The On-to-Ottawa Trek and Regina Riot.
  • 1935 - The Battle of Ballantyne Pier
  • 1938 - Bloody Sunday
  • 1939 - 1945 Second World War
  • 1955 - Richard Riot
  • 1967 - Yorkville, Toronto summer street sit-ins and "riots".
  • 1969 - Murray-Hill riot
  • 1970 - FLQ - October Crisis
  • 1971 - Gastown Riots
  • 1982 - October 14: The Squamish Five, bombs a Litton Industries factory.
  • 1983 - Solidarity Crisis
  • 1985 - June 23: Air India flight 182
  • 1990 - July 11 to September 26: Oka Crisis
  • 1990-1992 - Strike, strike-breaking, and bombing at Royal Oak Mines in Yellowknife, NWT
  • 1993 - June 9: Montreal Stanley Cup Riot
  • 1994 - June 14: Vancouver Stanley Cup Riot
  • 1995 - Gustafsen Lake Standoff
  • 1995 - Ipperwash Crisis
  • 1997 - 2000 Wiebo Ludwig and his followers bomb wellheads in Alberta's oil country

21st century[]

  • 2001 - April 20–22: Police and Anti-globalization protestors battle in the streets of Quebec City during the Summit of the Americas.
  • 2006 - February 28 to present: Caledonia land dispute
  • 2009 - 2009 Vancouver gang war
  • 2009 - March 15: Riots against police brutality in Montreal after a young minority immigrant is fatally shot by police.[citation needed]
  • 2010 - June 26–27: Police crackdown on demonstrations in Toronto during the 2010 G-20 Toronto summit.
  • 2011 - June 15: 2011 Stanley Cup Riot
  • 2011 - September 17: The Occupy Movement protests
  • 2012 - 2012 Quebec student protests
  • 2020 - Canadian pipeline and railway protests

See also[]

Canada
International

References[]

  1. Working people By Desmond Morton, page 72

Further reading[]

External links[]

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