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|Bob Stanfield Robert Stanfield, federal Conservative opposition
leader, 1967-1976, had also been the successful premier of Nova Scotia, 1956-1967.
|Robert L. Stanfield Robert L. Stanfield, 1968.
|Henry H. Stevens Henry Herbert Stevens, federal minister of
trade and commerce during the Great Depression, seen here, at the left, talking to British cabinet
ministers during the Imperial Economic Conference of 1931.
|Stowe, Emily Howard|
|Emily H. Stowe-1 Dr. Emily Howard Stowe (1831-1903), who,
after a long struggle, was admitted to the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1880,
and led in organizing the Dominion Woman Suffrage Association in 1893.
|Powerful Women Canadian postage stamp depicting Emily
Stowe, Louise McKinney, Idola Saint-Jean, Louise McKinney and Henrietta Edwards, four
leading women reformers.
|John Strachan John Strachan (1778-1867), taught school in
Kingston and Cornwall, Ontario, became the first Anglican bishop of Toronto, Ontario, and was
a leading political figure in the "Family Compact" of the 1830s in Upper
|John Sullivan Major-General John Sullivan
|Jean Talon in New France Jean Talon as intendant in New
France, 1665-1672. Under the new system of royal French government, Talon successfully built
up an enduring French-Canadian society along the St. Lawrence River.
|Laval and Talon Bishop Laval greeting the Intendant Talon at
Quebec, in a painting by Frank Craig.
|Israel Tarte Israel Tarte (1848-1907), a Liberal political manager
and Quebec journalist, he was effective in organizing French-Canadian liberalism but left the
cabinet in 1902 over tariff protectionism.
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