what were the 3 most important consequences of the conquest of new france
The Conquest of New France (French La Conquête) was the British military conquest of New France during the Seven Years' War.
1) The conquest brought a degree of peace and stability that had long been absent.
2) It resulted in the reinforcement of Roman Catholic Church and old feudal system of the Quebec society in the late 18th century and emergence of a Quebec identity.
3) The British conquest of New France, however, did not kindle staunch resistance in Canada.