|Covid-19|Head of state (monarch) – Queen Victoria (consort – Vacant)
Governor general – John Hamilton-Gordon (viceregal consort – Ishbel Hamilton-Gordon, Marchioness of Aberdeen and Temair)
Prime minister – John Thompson (until December 12) then Mackenzie Bowell (from December 21)
Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia – Edgar Dewdney
Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba – John Christian Schultz
Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick – John James Fraser
Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia – Malachy Bowes Daly
Lieutenant Governor of Ontario – George Airey Kirkpatrick
Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island – Jedediah Slason Carvell (until February 14) then George William Howlan (from February 21)
Lieutenant Governor of Quebec – Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau
Premier of British Columbia – Theodore Davie
Premier of Manitoba – Thomas Greenway
Premier of New Brunswick – Andrew George Blair
Premier of Nova Scotia – William Stevens Fielding
Premier of Ontario – Oliver Mowat
Premier of Prince Edward Island – Frederick Peters
Premier of Quebec – Louis-Olivier Taillon
Lieutenant Governor of Keewatin – John Christian Schultz
Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories – Charles Herbert Mackintosh
Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Northwest Territories - Frederick Haultain
February 20 – Manitoba Schools Question: The Supreme Court refuses to hear the appeal of Manitoba francophones.
April 27 – Canada's largest known landslide occurred in Saint-Alban, Quebec. Displeasing 185 million cubic metres (6.5×109 cu ft) of rock and dirt, leaving a 40 metres (130 ft) scar, that covered covered 4.6 million square metres (50×106 sq ft).
May 17 – Pioneers' Obelisk (Montreal) unveiled
June 14 – Massey Hall opens in Toronto.
June 26 – 1894 Ontario election: Sir Oliver Mowat's Liberals win a seventh majority.
June 28 – July 9 – Colonial Conference of 1894 held in Ottawa.
September 3 – Labour Day celebrated for the first time in Canada.
October 31 – The third election of North-West Legislative Assembly.
December 12 – Sir John Thompson, Prime Minister, dies in office.
December 21 – Mackenzie Bowell becomes prime minister.
Rondeau Provincial Park is established in southwestern Ontario.
St. Albert cheese factory is founded.
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is founded.
March 22 - Montreal Hockey Club defeats Ottawa to win the first Stanley Cup challenge.
January 3 - James Lorimer Ilsley, politician, Minister and jurist (d.1967)
January 5 - Norman MacKenzie, author, lawyer, professor and Senator (d.1986)
February 8 - Billy Bishop, First World War flying ace (d.1956)
May 7 - George A. Drew, politician and 14th Premier of Ontario (d.1973)
May 13 - William Earl Rowe, politician and 20th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario (d.1984)
May 29 - Beatrice Lillie, comic actress (d.1989)
June 4 - La Bolduc, singer and musician (d.1941)
June 5 - Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet, newspaper proprietor and media entrepreneur (d.1976)
July 17 - Phillip Garratt, aviator
July 24 - Theobald Butler Barrett, politician
July 25 - Norman McLeod Rogers, lawyer, politician and Minister (d.1940)
August - Gladys Porter, politician and first female Member of the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia (d.1967)
September 9 - Humphrey Mitchell, politician and trade unionist (d.1950)
September 10 - H. H. Wrong, diplomat (d.1954)
October 7 - Del Lord, film director and actor (d.1970)
November 5 - Harold Innis, professor of political economy and author (d.1952)
November 13 - James Allan, politician (d.1992)
November 26 - James Charles McGuigan, Cardinal (d.1974)
December 13 - Chester Ronning, diplomat and politician (d.1984)
March 19 - John Langton, businessman, political figure and civil servant (b.1808)
April 16 - Joseph-Charles Taché, a Canadian noted for his contributions to many aspects of the fabric of Canada (b.1820)
May 27 - Francis Godschall Johnson, politician (b.1817)
June 22 - Alexandre-Antonin Taché, Roman Catholic priest, missionary, author and Archbishop (b.1823)
September 5 - James Macleod, militia officer, lawyer, police officer, magistrate, judge and politician (b.1836)
September 14 - Narcisse-Fortunat Belleau, lawyer, businessman and politician (b.1808)
September 15 - Philip Carteret Hill, politician and Premier of Nova Scotia (b.1821)
October 30 - Honoré Mercier, lawyer, journalist, politician and Premier of Quebec (b.1840)
November 28 - Patrick Leonard MacDougall, General and author (b.1819)
November 29 - Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck, Governor General (b.1819)
December 12 - John Sparrow David Thompson, lawyer, judge, politician, university professor and 4th Prime Minister of Canada (b.1845)
1894 in Canada Wikipedia
Events from the year 1894 in Canada.