Laurier


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Laurier

Sir Wilfrid. 1841--1919, Canadian Liberal statesman; the first French-Canadian prime minister (1896--1911)
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The old man crawled out at their approach and still on all-fours accosted Bert and Laurier. The car had broken down overnight.
Sector concerned: - compass, - the plesses i ii and iii, - the bretaudire i and ii, - laurier bia, - laurier commercial zone, - commercial area of the rochais well.
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Parliament Buildings to the left, the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel to the right, a glowing sky offering a moody backdrop.
Supported by Manac's experienced leadership team, Alutrec will continue to operate independently out of its Laurier Station location.
In his more than four decades in higher education in Canada, Dr Baker has also been president of Mount Royal College (now University), vice-president academic of Wilfrid Laurier University and executive director for the Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board.
Now that we've got that off our minds, we can concentrate on Laurier's marvelous book.
Patrice Dutil, Prime Ministerial Power in Canada: Its Origins under Macdonald, Laurier, and Borden.
Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3C5
In 1908, they relocated to Ottawa to take up a commission to oversee civil service reform under Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier and decided to investigate four European countries to improve Canada's bureaucracy.
Even before this, while serving 20 years as pastor in rural parishes, he had strong connections to the Laurier government, which he used to advance the interests of Ontario's Irish Catholics in conjunction with his close friends Charles Murphy and Bishop Michael Fallon.
Aaron Lemieux is a sports fanatic and political junkie with a BA in History and Political Science from Nipissing University, and an MA in Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University.