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Lester B. Pearson

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Globe editorial: It's 2017. A unilingual PM is a non-starter

The Globe and Mail
If he wins, the French portion of his acceptance speech will presumably have to be written out for him phonetically. The late Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson used to refer to himself as Canada's last unilingual leader. Stephen Harper's French wasn't ...

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The NATO Archives marks the 60th Anniversary of the Report on Non-Military Cooperation

NATO HQ (press release)
The report was the result of a collaborative authorship between Lester B. Pearson, Gaetano Martino, and Halvard Lange, the three Foreign Ministers of Canada, Italy and Norway, respectively, who were tasked in May 1956 to “advise the North Atlantic ...

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Quebec media calls O'Leary a 'coward' for avoiding French language debate

Yahoo News Canada
It was unilingual Lester B. Pearson who passed the Official Languages Act in 1969. The question arises regularly, said Monica Heller, a professor at the University of Toronto and author who researches language and identity. By not speaking French – or ...

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Stories from our Land: Memories of “Mike” and Harrington Lake

Manitoulin Expositor
In the spring of 1966 I was fortunate to be one of nine young people selected from the high schools in Lester B. Pearson's electoral district to travel to Ottawa and witness the workings of government first hand. Although tours of Rideau Hall, the ...

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