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Prime Minister Of Canada

The greatest Prime Minister of Canada was? Mackenzie King our 10thPrime Minister of Canada and by far one of our greatest. William Lyon Mackenzie King accomplished a lot in his twenty-0ne years of ministering our Country Canada! "It is what we prevent, rather than what we do that counts most in Government." (Mackenzie King august 26, 1936) This statement sums up the best secrets of Mackenzie King's success as prime minister, and perhaps, the key to governing Canada effectively. King's record of...

Premium Governor General of Canada, Canada, Wilfrid Laurier 1057  Words | 5  Pages

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The Roles and Achievements of Prime Ministers John a Macdonald and Laurier

Achievements of Prime Ministers John a Macdonald and Laurier Sir John a MacDonald was the first prime minister of Canada and was the dominant representative of the Canadian confederation. He was born on the 11th January 1815 and passed on 6th June. His term in office was 18 years long which places him to the second longest serving prime minister in Canada. He is the only one to ever win six majority governments (Hennessy 12). As for Sir Wilfrid Laurier, he was the seventh prime minister, Born on 20th...

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Pierre Trudeau-Unified Canada

Why is it that when you research Canadian Prime Ministers on the internet, or in a library, Pierre Elliot Trudeau's name appears more than any other? Why is that everyone knows his name? In short, what makes Trudeau, Canada's most famous Prime Minister? The fact is without the influence of Pierre Elliot Trudeau, it is likely that Canada and Quebec would currently be two separate countries. Pierre Eliot Trudeau was able to unify Canada through the implementation of the Official Languages Act, the...

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Events That Defined Canada

20th Century Events That Defined Canada As A Nation   Throughout Canada’s history, there have been many events that have defined us a nation. Some of the most important events have happened in the 20th century. The first one was Canada’s participation in the battle of Vimy Ridge because it showed that we are a very strong and brave country. The second event was the actions of Lester B. Pearson, as he showed the world that Canada is a very peaceful and independent country. The final one was the Canadian...

Premium Louis St. Laurent, Constitution of Canada, Prime Minister of Canada 941  Words | 4  Pages

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World War I -Did Canada benefit from the war?

British Empire, Canada was involuntarily sent to war when Britain joined to fight. Canada helped immensely in the war but overall in the end, it lost. Wars always bring much sadness and losses to whoever takes part in it. Canada lost many brave men, caused more damage to the relationship between the French and English, gave a bad reputation to its history from the internment of Ukrainians, and the depression that Canada under went economically as an after-effect of the war. Canada was under the authority...

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Canadian Politics

who is the most power? Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is Queen of Canada. She has dedicated her life to public service and continues to serve Canada. Stephen Joseph Harper is a Canadian politician who is the 22nd and current Prime Minister of Canada and the Leader of the Conservative Party. Harper became prime minister in 2006, forming a minority government after the 2006 election. He is the first prime minister to come from the newly reconstituted Conservative Party, which formed after...

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William Mackenzie King

Outline I. Introduction • Mackenzie King’s extraordinary achievements are what make him one of the greatest Prime Ministers Canada has ever known. • Canada’s most intelligent Prime Minister • Old Age Pension for the elderly • Unemployment Insurance Act for those without work • Family Allowance to assist families • King made sure to refrain from forcing men to fight in WWII • Thesis: Mackenzie King was widely respected by his generation for his intelligence, and altruistic personality...

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Pierre Trudeau

Canada's most influential Prime Minister in Later half of the twentieth century By Areeb Mallick Pierre Elliot Trudeau was a French Canadian who was born in Montreal to a wealthy family in 1919. He studied at the Université de Montréal and later attended Harvard University to study political economy. Trudeau entered politics and was appointed parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson in 1965. In the coming election Trudeau was promoted to Minster of Justice. He was an avid...

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Pierre Elliott Trudeau and How He Shaped the Canadian Identity

1984, Pierre Elliott Trudeau was one of the most significant Prime Ministers of Canada. In relation to human rights, Trudeau wanted every Canadian to be treated as an equal. Culturally, Trudeau wanted to celebrate and unite the country’s differing beliefs. In terms of foreign affairs, he pursued an independent path in international relations. Pierre Trudeau worked toward making a harmonious, peacekeeping, united Canada, while still valuing independent cultures and beliefs. Trudeau...

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John a Macdonald

named John Alexander Macdonald, see John Alexander Macdonald (disambiguation). The Right HonourableSir John A. MacdonaldGCB KCMG PC PC (Can) QC | | | | Sir John A. Macdonald shortly after his win in the 1878 election. | | 1st Prime Minister of Canada | | In office17 October 1878 – 6 June 1891 | | Monarch | Victoria | Governor General | Earl of DufferinMarquess of LorneMarquess of LansdowneLord Stanley of Preston | Preceded by | Alexander Mackenzie | Succeeded by | John Abbott...

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