Louis Hébert (1575 - 1627) is suggested to be the first Canadian apothecary as well as the first European to farm in Canada. ( Louis Hébert in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Hébert )
In 1606, he accompanied his cousin in law, Jean de Biencourt de Poutrincourt et de Saint-Just, to Acadia along with Samuel Champlain. He lived at Port-Royal (now Annapolis, in southern Nova Scotia) from 1606 to 1607 and from 1611 to 1613 when Port-Royal was destroyed by the English deputy governor of Virginia Samuel Argall.
In 1617, with his wife, Marie Rollet, and their three children, Guillaume (3 years old), Guillaumette (9 years old), and Anne (14 years old), he relocated to Quebec City.
Should Louis Hébert (~1575 - 1627) be included in the Acadia Project?