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|Mackenzie, William Lyon|
Lyon Mackenzie Aligned with the Reform side in Upper Canada, William Lyon
Mackenzie (1795-1861) raised a local Upper Canadian Rebellion outside Toronto in
|Mackenzie, Sir William|
Mackenzie Sir William Mackenzie (1849-1923), creator of the Canadian Northern
Railway and investor in municipal rail lines.
C.C.F. Members Agnes Macphail and Eamon Parks, two newly elected members of
Ontario C.C.F., 1943.
Maitland Sir Peregrine Maitland (1777-1854), Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada
Mance A stained-glass window depicting Jeanne Mance, the creator of Hotel-Dieu,
the first hospital in Canada, and who worked throughout Quebec in the mid 18th
Manion Robert Manion, the unsuccessful Conservative challenger to Prime Minister
King in the election of 1940.
Mann Sir Donald Mann (1853-1934), railway builder and entrepreneur who shared in
the rapid growth of the young Canadian Northern.
Manning Ernest Manning, born in 1908, became Social Credit premier of Alberta in
1943 and held power for 25 years, with a careful mixture of financial conservatism and
social reformism, here seen at the left of the map.
Marchand Jean Marchand, a strongly pro-federal union head in Quebec, was elected
to Ottawa in 1965, named to the Senate in 1976 and became its Speaker in 1980.
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