When the British caught fish they went to shore to dry it. At shore there where structures called stations where you can When the french went to shore they would refresh their water supplies.
The french and British traded with the FN. Though the French and other European nations would trade with the Mik'Maq in Present day New Brunswick. Trade built relationships of peace and friendships with the Europeans.
The French and the Haudenosaunee had a war for the furs. During this time the Haudenosaunee defeated a key ally the Quendat. The Quendat were middlemen in the fur trade, so when they were taken out they needed new people. So courer de bois appeared
The British and the French competed for the monopoly of the fur trade. Once the Haudensaunee had taken out the Quendat the french needed new middlemen. So because of that voyageurs emerged and did their jobs. They were the Cree and Nakoda tribes.
As the food and furs became scarce the french decided to expand west. Upon their expansion to the west they put up forts and trading posts. They also met New First nation groups even forming metis.
In the end the fur trade began to decline. And the HBC lost control of the monopolies