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Leading Canada, page 4

Draft by John A. Macdonald of the British North America Act (with later annotations by Joseph Pope)1866-1867.
Draft by John A. Macdonald of the British North America Act (with later annotations by Joseph Pope), 1866-1867.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada
Signing of the Constitution (Gerald Regan, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Her Majesty the Queen, Michael Kirby, Michael Pitfield),  April 17, 1982.
Signing of the Constitution (Gerald Regan, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Her Majesty the Queen, Michael Kirby, Michael Pitfield), April 17, 1982.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Robert Cooper/National Archives of Canada, PA-141503
A Guide to the Meech Lake Constitutional Accord.
A Guide to the Meech Lake Constitutional Accord.
© Crown / Privy Council Office
Source: A Guide to the Meech Lake Constitutional Accord. [Ottawa]: Government of Canada, 1987.
The MacPatriation Brothers, 1981.
"The MacPatriation Brothers", 1981. Artist: Roy Peterson.
© Roy Peterson
Source: Vancouver Sun, October 28, 1981
National Archives of Canada, C-139445
Caricature: Le Poisson d'avril du lac Meech (Prime Minister Brian Mulroney), 1990. Artist: Serge Chapleau.
Caricature: "Le Poisson d'avril du lac Meech" (Prime Minister Brian Mulroney), 1990. Artist: Serge Chapleau.
© Serge Chapleau
Source: 7 Jours, April 6, 1990
National Archives of Canada, C-141139
Telegram from W.C. Van Horne to Prime Minister John A. Macdonald announcing the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, November 7, 1885.
Telegram from W.C. Van Horne to Prime Minister John A. Macdonald announcing the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, November 7, 1885.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-135613
Inauguration ceremonies of the province of Saskatchewan with Governor General Earl Grey and Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier,  September 4, 1905.
Inauguration ceremonies of the province of Saskatchewan with Governor General Earl Grey and Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier, September 4, 1905.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-021896
Initiating the carving of Newfoundland's coat of arms at the Parliament buildings after Newfoundland joined Confederation (sculptor C. Soucy, Newfoundland Secretary of State Gordon Bradley and Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent), April 1, 1949.
Initiating the carving of Newfoundland's coat of arms at the Parliament buildings after Newfoundland joined Confederation (sculptor C. Soucy, Newfoundland Secretary of State Gordon Bradley and Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent), April 1, 1949.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-006255
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