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Mercier Honoré Mercier (1840-1894), who was the Parti National premier of Quebec
Conference The Interprovincial Conference at Quebec City in 1887, with Ontario
Premier Mowat in the chair, Quebec Premier Mercier, sitting to his right, and George Ross,
a future Ontario Liberal premier, standing at Mowat's right.
|Meredith, William Ralph|
Meredith Sir William Ralph Meredith (1840-1923) and his family in the 1890s.
Serving as the Ontario Conservative party leader 1878-1894, he was elected Chancellor of
the University of Toronto in 1900.
|Merritt, William Hamilton|
Canal A Canadian stamp issued in 1974 to commemorate William Hamilton Merritt
150 years since the start of the construction on the Welland Canal.
|Middleton, Frederick D.|
Middleton General Frederick Middleton headed a Canadian expeditionary force of
3,000 troops sent to quell the North West Rebellion.
Soldier A Native Ontario soldier of World War I, Antoine Minneseswasque, an
Indian from Biscotasing, Ontario, west of Sudbury.
Stanley Monck Sir Charles Stanley Monck (1819-1894), first Governor-General of
Monck Sir Charles Stanley, Viscount Monck, and his family at Rideau Hall, Ottawa.
Lord Monck, Governor-General, played a statesmanlike and diplomatic role in the making of
a new Canadian Dominion.
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