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Once they relinquish party leadership, former prime ministers often go on to have distinguished careers. Some, like John Diefenbaker and Mackenzie Bowell, remain in Parliament. A few, like Arthur Meighen, return to Cabinet. Others make their mark outside politics. In addition to improving his golf game, Robert Borden worked as a diplomat, business executive, university chancellor, and author.
Souvenir of the birthday dinner given by the members of the Senate to Sir Mackenzie Bowell and the Hon. C. E. De Boucherville, March 19, 1914. Copyright/Source