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Family Samuel McLaughlin (1871-1972), flanked by his father, Robert and brother
George, partners in the McLaughlin Carriage Works in Oshawa, Ontario, in 1892 and
forerunner of General Motors of Canada.
Mclead Alexander Mclead
McLuhan Marshall McLuhan, Canadian pioneer of communications theory, in his
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McMillan Allan "Glenpean" McMillan, co-leader of the 1802 emigration
McMillans from Scotland, where they had been dispossessed of their land by sheep farmers,
to Glengarry County, Upper Canada.
McNaughton General Andrew McNaughton (1887-1966), picture here with King,
commanded the Canadian Corps artillery in World War I, was Chief of General Staff in
Ottawa, 1929-1935, and by 1942 commanded the Canadian Army in the U.K.
Chief Factors The Chief Factors of the Hudson's Bay at Montreal, 1871.
McTavish Scottish born, Simon McTavish arrived in Montreal in 1775, by 1779 was
one of the main North West Company partners, rose to be the leading company figure, and
became perhaps the richest man in Montreal till his death in 1804.
Meighen Arthur Meighen (1874-1960) had a law practice at Portage la Prairie,
entered the federal parliament in 1908, was made solicitor-general in 1913, and was Prime
Minister 1920-21 and briefly again in 1926.
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