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Diefenbaker John Diefenbaker named Conservative leader, at a party convention in
Ottawa, 1956. From left to right: Donald Fleming, John G. Diefenbaker, Davey
Tilloch Galt Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt (1817-1893). Minister of Finance
(1858-1862 and 1864-1866) of Canada West, after Confederation he became the first Federal
Minister of Finance of a united Canada.
Gladstone Senator James Gladstone, Akay-na-muka of the Blackfoot people, in
dress, worked devotedly for native betterment.
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Godbout Senator Joseph Adelard Godbout
Francis Gore Sir Francis Gore, (1769-1852), Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada,
1806-1817, but absent from Upper Canada during the War of 1812, during which time military
authorities ran the province.
Gordon Walter Gordon (1906-1987), an able business man greatly concerned about
Canada's own economic independence in mid-20th century Canada.
Gouzenko Igor Gouzenko, the Soviet defector who in 1945 revealed a Russian spy
in Canada, hooded for his own security against communist vengeance.
Greenway Thomas Greenway, a merchant in western Ontario, M.P.P. for South
subsequently a farmer in Manitoba, and Premier of Manitoba, 1888-1900.
Owl Grey Owl (Archibald Belaney, an Englishman) did much to arouse the sympathy
for Native peoples in Ontario in the 1920s.
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