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Leading Canada

Prime Minister Mackenzie King and President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the opening of the Thousand Islands Bridge, August 18, 1938.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King and President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the opening of the Thousand Islands Bridge, August 18, 1938.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, PA-052501
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
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
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
Jean Chrétien, Dan Aykroyd, April 15, 1999.
Jean Chrétien, Dan Aykroyd, April 15, 1999.
© J.M. Carisse, Office of the Prime Minister
Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Shirley Temple opening the 7th Victory Loan Campaign,  October 21, 1944.
Prime Minister Mackenzie King and Shirley Temple opening the 7th Victory Loan Campaign, October 21, 1944.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-029451

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