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|Noah Timmins Noah Timmins (1867-1936), developer of the
Hollinger gold mine at Timmins, Ontario.
|Laval and Talon Bishop Laval greeting the Intendant Talon at
Quebec, in a painting by Frank Craig.
|Traill, Catherine Parr|
|Catharine Parr Traill Catharine Parr Traill (1802-1899). Arriving
in Upper Canada in 1832, she wrote about life in her new country in her book, Backwoods of
Canada, accepting the new reality of her new land.
|Trudeau, Pierre Elliot|
|P.E. Trudeau Pierre Elliot Trudeau winning the Liberal
leadership in 1968 and thereby becoming Prime Minister of Canada.
|Four Prime Ministers From left to right, Pierre Trudeau, John
Turner, Jean Chrétien, and then Prime Minister, Lester Pearson, in 1967.
|Trudeaumania Prime Minister Trudeau, signing autographs for
Canadians during his opening years of power.
|James Cross Prime Minister Trudeau announcing the release of
James Cross, December, 1970, and the effective end of the FLQ assault.
|Constitution Meetings Prime Minister Trudeau with Claude
Morin, Quebec Minister for Intergovernmental Affairs, and Quebec Premier René Lévesque, at
the Constitution meetings of 1981.
|Prime Ministers Canadian Prime Ministers Brian Mulroney and
Pierre Trudeau, with Mila Mulroney and Governor-General Jeanne Sauvé, at the National Arts
Centre in Ottawa, Ontario.
|Dr. Charles Tupper Dr. Charles Tupper (1821-1915), from
Amherst, Nova Scotia, studied medicine before entering provincial politics in 1855 and helping
bring Nova Scotia into the Canadian Confederation.
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