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|Part of World War I and the American Front|
American soldiers manning a machine gun at the Battle of Winnipeg
| United States|
|Commanders and leaders|
| Henry IV |
John J. Pershing
The Canadian Campaign is a term given to the majority of fighting in the Dominion of Canada and parts of Acadia. Fought in both urban and trench warfare, the campaign claimed over 800,000 lives of the Canadian, British, American, and Quebecois soldiers.
The Niagara Offensive in January of 1915 brought early success to the Anglo-Canadians and allowed the empire to take control of Ottawa and Toronto. British forces then attempted to besiege Montreal from Quebec, however were halted by an American counteroffensive.