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|Comte de Frontenac The Comte de Frontenac, Governor of New
France, 1672-1682 and 1689-1698, and eager expansionist after fur-trade profits.
|Sir Isaac Brock Sir Isaac Brock (1769-1812) was the General in
charge of British troops when the War of 1812 broke out. This commemorative stamps also
depicts his Monument at Queenston Heights, Upper Canada, where he died in October,
|Boundary Marker An 1860s American-Canadian stone cairn
boundary marker in the Kootenay border area of British Columbia.
|Niagara River A view of Niagara River and the Brock
Monument, 1865. Watercolour by Francis George Coleridge (1838-1923).
|Ice Castle The Montreal ice castle, 1887, for the city's annual
Winter Carnival. Lithograph.
|J.S. Macdonald Monument A monument to John Sandfield
Macdonald, Queen's Park, Toronto, who, in 1867-1871, headed a coalition government in
|J.A. Macdonald Monument A monument to John A. Macdonald,
Queen's Park, Toronto, the first Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada.
|George Brown Monument A monument to George Brown,
Queen's Park, Toronto, founder of the Globe and an early member of the provincial parliament in
|Oliver Mowat Monument A monument to Oliver Mowat,
Queen's Park, Toronto, the Liberal Premier of Ontario, 1872-1896.
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