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|Four Prime Ministers From left to right, Pierre Trudeau, John
Turner, Jean Chrétien, and then Prime Minister, Lester Pearson, in 1967.
|John Turner John Turner became a Liberal M.P. in 1962, was
federal Minister of Justice and Minister of Finance, and became Prime Minister of Canada in
1984 for a few months.
|Van Horne, William Cornelius|
|Sir William Van Horne Sir William Van Horne (1843-1915), a
top American railroader, directed the building of the Canadian Pacific, 1882-1886, later
becoming its president and expanding it into a multi-faceted transportation system.
|Vaudreuil, de Philippe|
|Marquis de Vaudreuil Philippe de Vaudreuil
|Vaudreuil, Francois-Pierre de|
|Pierre de Rigaud de Vaudreuil Governor Pierre de Rigaud de
Vaudreuil, the last governor of New France, 1755-1760.
|Verner, Frederick A.|
|Frederick A. Verner Frederick A. Verner
|Peter Warren Peter Warren, May 1, 1800.
|Clyde Wells Clyde Wells became Newfoundland Liberal leader
in 1987 and Premier in 1989.
|Wentworth, Sir John|
|John Wentworth Sir John Wentworth, Governor of Nova Scotia,
seen here in younger life while he was Governor of New Hampshire.
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