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Leading Canada, page 7

Caricature of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and President Ronald Reagan, 1983.
Caricature of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and President Ronald Reagan, 1983. Artist: Ronald Pier.
© Ronald Pier
Source: Journal de Montréal, April 28, 1983
National Archives of Canada, C-141133
Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the opening of the All-German Sports Competitions, Berlin, June 30, 1937.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the opening of the All-German Sports Competitions, Berlin, June 30, 1937.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-119007
Caricature of President John Kennedy, Soviet Premier Kruschev and Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, 1961.
Caricature of President John Kennedy, Soviet Premier Kruschev and Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, 1961. Artist: Edwin McNally
© Estate of Edwin McNally.
Source: Montreal Star, September 13, 1961
National Archives of Canada, C-141136
Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau join in a singalong during Trudeau's Latin American Tour, January 1976.
Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau join in a singalong during Trudeau's Latin American Tour, January 1976.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Duncan Cameron/National Archives of Canada, PA-136976
Jean Chrétien at the G-8 Summit.
Jean Chrétien at the G-8 Summit.
© J.M. Carisse, Office of the Prime Minister
Some of their demands were a bit excessive�but on the whole it was a very good conference (Prime Minister Lester Pearson), 1965.
"Some of their demands were a bit excessive�but on the whole it was a very good conference" (Prime Minister Lester Pearson), 1965. Artist: Bob Chambers.
© Estate of Bob Chambers
Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald, July 23, 1965
National Archives of Canada, C-133855
Ontario Premier Mike Harris, Jean Chrétien, Quebec Premier Lucien Bouchard, Sept. 15, 1999.
Ontario Premier Mike Harris, Jean Chrétien, Quebec Premier Lucien Bouchard, Sept. 15, 1999.
© Diana Murphy, Office of the Prime Minister
Telegram from Alberta Premier R.G. Reid to Prime Minister R.B. Bennett, requesting federal intervention, June 4, 1935
Telegram from Alberta Premier R.G. Reid to Prime Minister R.B. Bennett, requesting federal intervention, June 4, 1935
© Crown
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-043751, C-043752
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