3 edition of Two letters proving that Sir Wilfrid Laurier would not encourage even voluntary recruiting found in the catalog.
Two letters proving that Sir Wilfrid Laurier would not encourage even voluntary recruiting
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 84951|
|Contributions||Laurier, Wilfrid, Sir, 1841-1919., Union Government Publicity Bureau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (7 fr.)|
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Two Letters proving that Sir Wilfrid Laurier would not encourage even voluntary recruiting (Ottawa: Union Government Publicity Bureau, ) Archives and Special Collections - Morisset Library - University of Ottawa - Ottawa, Ontario.
Following a magnificent state funeral on 22 February, Sir Wilfrid Laurier’s body was escorted to Notre-Dame cemetery in Ottawa by more thanpeople. Whatever reservations they had about the man’s achievements, on that day the vast majority of Canadians knew that a significant chapter of history had come to an end, taking with it a.
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The Inside Story of the Union. The Why and How of the New Government. Gadsby. UNION government is now an accomplished fact in Canada. The union government consists of eleven Conservatives and nine Liberals, which is as near as one can expect to get to a fifty-fifty proposition and still give Premier Borden, the foster parent of the union idea, the casting vote.
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24 Aug. in Lindsay, Ont. The major dailies also provided extensive coverage of the man who still drew the support and affection of the large majority of French Canadians – Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
To take but one example on 7 August Laurier was greeted by crowds estimated at 12, when he returned to St. Lin, the village north of Montreal where he was born. Elsewhere the proportions were even higher: 63% of military-aged men in Serbia, 78% in Austro-Hungary and 81% of military-aged men in France and Germany served.
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Virtually everyone's loyalty and morality were called into question.’ 2 It was in this heated atmosphere that the Unionists, Prime Minister Borden's bi-partisan coalition of Conservatives and Liberals, and the remaining Liberals led by Wilfrid Laurier embroiled women, even those not.
(After Sifton's resignation Laurier amended his hills, but Sifton did not come hack.) The other was the great conscription issue of when a large fraction of the Liberal party deserted Laurier to back Sir Robert Borden's Union Government, as a win-the-war collaboration.
In. Laurier convinced Premier Greenway to agree to continuing to fund French language schools 'Where numbers warrant' -- that number was eventually determined to be 10, but ONLY if the local school board requested that it occur -- which frequently it did not because the boards were largely controlled by English speakers.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier was one of the chief speakers at the great musical festival given by the American residents of Toronto under the auspices of the American Aid Society, on Thursday, September 10th., The concert was held in the Arena, and the entire receipts were donated to the Canadian Patriotic Fund.
The Liberal leader said. prime ministers of canada, 1. alexander mackenzie, 2. sir john abbott, 3. sir john thompson, 4. sir wilfrid laurier. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Is not wholly Quebec and there Is always trouble spposed to conscription, but he de- over one or the other being alighted.
nanded, a referendum. He blames the smallness of the quota sent by French-Canada to the fighting lines, to the quality of the recruiting methods adopted and enforced by the I tN. FROM PAGE ON.The Melancholy Fate of Sir John Franklin and His Party, as Disclosed in Dr. Rae Next The Melancholy Fate of Sir John Franklin and His Party, as Disclosed in Dr.
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