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Letter from Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau requesting the imposition of the War Measures Act, October 16, 1970.
Letter from Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau requesting the imposition of the War Measures Act, October 16, 1970.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-140940, C-140941
Sir Wilfrid Laurier arch at Prince Rupert, August 20, 1910.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier arch at Prince Rupert, August 20, 1910.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-123738
Address to Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier from the town of Lloydminister, Saskatchewan, August 8, 1910.
Address to Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier from the town of Lloydminister, Saskatchewan, August 8, 1910.
© Anonymous
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-140958
Unemployed protesters on Parliament Hill, April 24, 1961.
Unemployed protesters on Parliament Hill, April 24, 1961.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Ted Grant/National Archives of Canada, PA-190436
Anonymous death threats sent to Prime Minister John A. Macdonald, 1885.
Anonymous death threats sent to Prime Minister John A. Macdonald, 1885.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-033889, C-022506
No Urgent Mail Today, Mr. Pearson´┐Ż , 1963.
"No Urgent Mail Today, Mr. Pearson´┐Ż" , 1963. Artist: Roy Peterson
© Roy Peterson
Source: Vancouver Sun, December 23, 1963
National Archives of Canada, C-141138
Letter of thanks from Paul Kawaza to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, June 15, 1960.
Letter of thanks from Paul Kawaza to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, June 15, 1960.
© Estate of Paul Kawaza
Source: University of Saskatchewan
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