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Leading Canada, page 5

Iqaluit, Nunavut, 2001.
Iqaluit, Nunavut, 2001.
© Claudette A. Moïse
Caricature: "Le résultat inevitable si vous votez pour Laurier et la reciprocité" [A vote for Laurier is a vote for reciprocity], 1891.
Caricature: "Le résultat inevitable si vous votez pour Laurier et la reciprocité" [A vote for Laurier is a vote for reciprocity], 1891.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-095471
Request for assistance from Mrs. Thomas Hodgins to Prime Minister R.B. Bennett, September 28, 1933.
Request for assistance from Mrs. Thomas Hodgins to Prime Minister R. B. Bennett, September 28, 1933.
© Unknown
Source : National Archives of Canada, C-085866, C-043771, C-043772
Reply from Prime Minister R. B. Bennett's secretary.
© Crown / Privy Council Office
Source : Grayson, L. M. The wretched of Canada: letters to R. B. Bennett, 1930-1935. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971.
Reply from Mr. and Mrs. Hodgins.
© Unknown
Source : The wretched of Canada: letters to R. B. Bennett, 1930-1935.
Cabinet conclusions about the implementation of the Family Allowances Act.
Cabinet conclusions about the implementation of the Family Allowances Act.
© Crown / Privy Council Office
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-141140
28th Canadian Infantry Battalion marching past Prime Minister Robert Borden, 1918.
28th Canadian Infantry Battalion marching past Prime Minister Robert Borden, 1918.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-002735
Coded text of a telegram from Prime Minister Robert Borden to George Perley, Minister of Overseas Forces in Canada in the United Kingdom, regarding talks relating to the coalition government held with the Leader of the Opposition Wilfrid Laurier, June 4, 1917.
Coded text of a telegram from Prime Minister Robert Borden to George Perley, Minister of Overseas Forces in Canada in the United Kingdom, regarding talks relating to the coalition government held with the Leader of the Opposition Wilfrid Laurier, June 4, 1917.
© Estate of Robert Borden
Source: National Archives of Canada
Resignation letter from Secretary of State and Minister of Mines E.L. Patenaude to Prime Minister Robert Borden, June 8, 1917.
Resignation letter from Secretary of State and Minister of Mines E.L. Patenaude to Prime Minister Robert Borden, June 8, 1917.
© Crown / Privy Council Office
Source: National Archives of Canada
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