Alberta's Judicial Leadership: A Biographical Account
Presented in this book are the biographies of Alberta's judiciaries. It serves as a reference for anyone wishing to find information on Alberta's judicial leadership over the past century. By having a compendium of biographies, interested researchers will be able to create interconnections and have accurate historical facts to base their research upon.
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Prime Minister Lauriers Appointments 19071911 13 Prime Minister Bordens Appointments 19111921 21 Prime Minister Kings Appointments 19211...
Prime Minister St Laurents Appointments 19491957
Prime Minister Diefenbakers Appointments 1957196362
Prime Minister Pearsons Appointments 19631968
Prime Minister Trudeaus Appointments 19681979
Prime Minister Clarks Appointments 1979198098
Prime Minister Mulroneys Appointments 19841990105 Appendix
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