Arthur Milnes

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Today in Canada's Political History - June 15, 1950: Arthur Meighen’s 80th birthday celebrated
Recalling a Prime Minister’s visit to Stirling on the Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen’s 150th birthday

Recalling a Prime Minister’s visit to Stirling on the Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen’s 150th birthday

All eyes were on tiny Stir­ling on August 11, 1920. Cana­da had a new prime…

Today in Canada's Political History - June 14, 1973: Death of the last living member of R.B. Bennett’s cabinet
Today in Canada's Political History - June 13, 1940: Maiden speech of John Diefenbaker’s in the Commons
Today in Canada's Political History - June 12, 1924: Happy 100th birthday George Herbert Walker Bush!
Today in Canada's Political History - June 11, 1993: Prime Minister Brian Mulroney’s farewell address to the nation
Today in Canada's Political History - June 10, 1939: King George VI and Mackenzie King meet with Franklin Roosevelt at Hyde Park
Today in Canada's Political History - June 9, 1958: President Eisenhower speaks to Canada’s Parliament for the second time
Today in Canada's Political History - June 8, 1995: Mike Harris and his Tories win their first majority mandate from Ontarians
Today in Canada's Political History - June 7, 1929: Birth of John N. Turner
Today in Canada's Political History - June 6, 2014: Prime Minister Stephen Harper marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day with speech in Normandy
Today in Canada's Political History - June 5, 1885: Sir John A. slammed by an Ontario editorialist
Today in Canada's Political History - June 4, 2012: Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper in London to help celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
Today in Canada's Political History: June 3, 1999, Mike Harris wins second majority mandate in Ontario
Today in Canada's Political History - June 2, 1965: The era of lifetime Senate appointments comes to an end
Today in Canada's Political History - June 1, 1873: Death of Joseph Howe
Today in Canada's Political History - May 31, 2009: Innovative Research reports on the attitudes of Canadians towards foreign aid
Today in Canada's Political History - May 30, 2003: Joe Clark retires as national Progressive Conservative leader
Today in Canada's Political History - May 29, 1867: Jefferson Davis receives hero’s welcome in Kingston and Toronto
Today in Canada's Political History - May 28, 1976: Former Commons Speaker William Ross Macdonald passes into history
Today in Canada's Political History: May 27, 1987, Pierre Trudeau attacks the Meech Lake Accord in a vicious column that appeared in La Presse and the Toronto Star
Today in Canada's Political History - May 26, 1957: Happy birthday Premier François Legault!
Today in Canada's Political History - May 25, 2010, Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper “hangs” Jean Chrétien
Today in Canada's Political History - May 24, 1867: John A. Macdonald officially invited to form Canada’s first post-Confederation government
Today in Canada's Political History - May 23, 2019, Chief Poundmaker officially exonerated
Today in Canada's Political History - May 22, 1979: Joe Clark defeats Pierre Trudeau
Today in Canada's Political History - May 21, 1968: Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau describes the role of Canadian youth in his Just Society
Today in Canada's Political History - May 20, 1959: Sir John A. Macdonald Biographer Donald Creighton honoured by UBC
Today in Canada's Political History - May 19, 1943: Mackenzie King on hand as Churchill addresses the U.S. Congress
Today in Canada's Political History - May 18, 1875: Ontario gets a new Lt-Governor
Today in Canada's Political History - May 17, 1961: John F. Kennedy delivers the most famous address in the history of Canada-U.S. relations
Today in Canada's Political History - May 16, 1871: Her Majesty Queen Victoria officially approves British Columbia’s entry into Confederation
Today in Canada's Political History - May 15, 1978: Future President Ronald Reagan defends Canada’s seal hunt
Today in Canada's Political History - May 14, 1966: Letters reveal that Her Royal Highness Princes Margaret nearly married John Turner
Today in Canada's Political History - May 13, 1937: Sir Robert Borden’s final message to the Canadian people
Today in Canada's Political History - May 12, 1982: MP Margaret Mitchell’s famous moment
Today in Canada's Political History - May 11, 1869: Sir John Abbott’s maiden address in the Commons
Today in Canada's Political History - May 10, 1916: Sir Wilfrid Laurier speaks out against Ontario’s infamous Regulation 17
Today in Canada's Political History - May 8, 1931: Words of wisdom from Arthur Meighen’s mother remembered
Today in Canada's Political History - May 7, 1974: Governor Ronald Reagan wants to know “what’s going on in Canada?”
Today in Canada's Political History - May 6, 2010: Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper honours Canada’s role in the liberation of Holland
Today in Canada's Political History - May 4, 1942: Louis St.-Laurent’s maiden address in the Commons
Today in Canada's Political History - May 3, 1989: Tributes delivered to outgoing Liberal leader John Turner in the Commons
Today in Canada's Political History - May 2, 2009: Michael Ignatieff elected federal Liberal leader
Today in Canada's Political History - May 1, 1896: Sir Charles Tupper becomes Prime Minister
Today in Canada's Political History - April 30, 1950: Happy birthday Stephen Harper!
Today in Canada's Political History - April 29, 1891: The Parliament of five Prime Ministers gets underway
Today in Canada's Political History - April 28, 2012: His Holiness the Dalai Lama salutes the courage of Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper
Today in Canada's Political History - April 27, 1911: President William Howard Taft delivers a major address about free trade with Canada
Today in Canada's Political History - April 26, 1988: Prime Minister Brian Mulroney arrives in Washington
Today in Canada's Political History - April 25, 1849: 175th anniversary of the burning of the Parliament Buildings in Montreal
Today in Canada's Political History - April 24, 1933: Mr. Bennett goes to Washington
Today in Canada's Political History - April 23, 2013: Joe Clark recalls his childhood trip to meet the Duke of Windsor!
Today in Canada's Political History - April 22, 1895: Prime Minister Sir Mackenzie Bowell praises his predecessors in his maiden address to the Red Chamber as PM
Today in Canada's Political History - April 21, 2005, Prime Minister Paul Martin delivers a rare nationally televised address
Today in Canada's Political History - April 20, 1968: Pierre Trudeau becomes Prime Minister for the first time
Today in Canada's Political History - April 19, 1974, Dief honoured in Israel
Today in Canada's Political History - April 18, 1883: Future PM Mackenzie Bowell vents his frustration with Manitoba
Today in Canada's Political History - April 17, 1892: Death of Alexander Mackenzie
Today in Canada's Political History - April 16, 2014: Jim Flaherty’s state funeral held in Toronto