The Treaty of Paris was signed on February 10, 1763 by Great Britain, France, and Spain. It ended the French and Indian War along with the Treaty of Hubertusberg, but that treaty was signed by Austria and Prussia. The details to this treaty were very clear. France gave up Canada and all of its territories east of the Mississippi River to Great Britain, and also gave up W Louisiana to Spain in exchange for Florida. France also regained control of the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon and got Guadelope and Martinique in the West Indies from Great Britain, in exchange for giving up Grenada and the Grenadines to Great Britain.