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The Prime Ministers of Canada

The Prime Ministers of Canada We have presidents, they have prime ministers. From John A. Macdonald, the Father of Canada, to the incumbent, find quick facts and a biography on all the prime ministers, eight of whom are deemed of major importance to the history of Canada. Biographies include how they
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The Prime Ministers of Canada


We have presidents, they have prime ministers. From John A. Macdonald, the Father of Canada, to the incumbent, find quick facts and a biography on all the prime ministers, eight of whom are deemed of major importance to the history of Canada. Biographies include how they dealt with such issues as nation building, national unity, and international relations. Be sure to click on Prologue for an interesting audio introduction.

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• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Becky Moeggenberg

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