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Canadian and Prime
* 1959 – Stephen Harper, Canadian politician, 22nd Prime Minister of Canada
In their 1999 study of the Prime Ministers of Canada, which included the results of a survey of Canadian historians, J. L.
* List of Canadian Prime Ministers
Norman Spector called, in The Globe and Mail, for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to address the issue of the act's bar on Catholics, saying that Phillips ' marriage to Kelly would be the first time the provisions of the act would bear directly on Canada – Phillips would be barred from acceding to the Canadian throne because he married a Roman Catholic Canadian.
During the 2008 Canadian parliamentary dispute, two of Canada's opposition parties signed an agreement to form what would become the country's second coalition government since Confederation if the minority Conservative government was defeated on a vote of non-confidence ; unseating Stephen Harper as Prime Minister.
Before the speech, US delegations met with Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, and French President Charles de Gaulle to brief them on the US intelligence and their proposed response.
In the 1997 federal election, Prime Minister Jean Chrétien's Liberals endured a bitter defeat to the PCs and NDP in many ridings as a result of unpopular cuts to unemployment benefits for seasonal workers, as well as closures of several Canadian Forces Bases, the refusal to honour a promise to rescind the Goods and Services Tax, cutbacks to provincial equalization payments, health care, post-secondary education and regional transportation infrastructure such as airports, fishing harbours, seaports, and railways.
R. B. Bennett, 11th Canadian Prime Minister and graduate of Dalhousie Law School.
Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney had briefly attended Dalhousie Law School, although failed after his first year.
* 1979 – The Canadian Government of Prime Minister Joe Clark is defeated in the House of Commons, prompting the 1980 Canadian election.
Suspension of the writ in Canadian history occurred famously during the October Crisis, during which the War Measures Act was invoked by the Governor General of Canada on the constitutional advice of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who had received a request from the Quebec Cabinet.
Future Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson is at right front.
On April 15, 2009, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper became the first Canadian head of government to address the Jamaican parliament.
* 2008 – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper makes an historic official apology to Canada's First Nations in regard to a residential school abuse in which children are isolated from their homes, families and cultures for a century.
* 1867 – The British North America Act of 1867 takes effect as the Constitution of Canada, creating the Canadian Confederation and the federal dominion of Canada ; Sir John A. Macdonald is sworn in as the first Prime Minister of Canada.
* 1934 – Jean Chrétien, Canadian politician, 20th Prime Minister of Canada
* 1870 – Richard Bedford Bennett, Canadian politician, 11th Prime Minister of Canada ( d. 1947 )
Macdonald served 19 years as Canadian Prime Minister ; only William Lyon Mackenzie King served longer.
Macdonald was designated as the first Prime Minister of the new nation, and served in that capacity for most of the remainder of his life, losing office for five years in the 1870s over the Pacific Scandal ( corruption in the financing of the Canadian Pacific Railway ).
* 1874 – Arthur Meighen, Canadian politician, 9th Prime Minister of Canada ( d. 1960 )

Canadian and Minister
* Peter MacKay, lawyer, Canadian Minister of National Defence
The CRTC reports to the Parliament of Canada through the Minister of Canadian Heritage, which is responsible for the Broadcasting Act, and has an informal relationship with Industry Canada, which is responsible for the Telecommunications Act.
* 2008 Ottawa radio licences: On November 21, 2008, federal Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages James Moore issued a statement calling on the CRTC to review its approval of two new radio stations, Frank Torres ' CIDG-FM and Astral Media's CJOT-FM, which it had licensed in August 2008 to serve the Ottawa-Gatineau radio market.
The Minister of National Defence Art Eggleton advised Governor General Adrienne Clarkson to authorize more than 100 Canadian Forces members serving on military exchange programs in the United States and other countries to participate in U. S. operations in Afghanistan.

Canadian and Stephen
* 1963 – Stephen Walkom, Canadian ice hockey referee and executive
* Stephen Wetmore, CEO Canadian Tire Corporation
* 1869 – Stephen Butler Leacock, English-born Canadian writer and economist ( d. 1944 )
* 1972 – Stephen Giles, Canadian canoer
* 1948 – Stephen Stohn, Canadian television producer and lawyer
* 1981 – Stephen Amell, Canadian actor
* 2006 – The Canadian House of Commons endorses Prime Minister Stephen Harper's motion to declare Quebec a nation within a unified Canada.
However, some of Bennett's initiatives, such as the Bank of Canada, which he founded in 1934, remain in place to this day, and the Canadian Wheat Board, remained in place until 2011 when the government of Stephen Harper abolished it.
Other honorary alumni award-winning filmmaker include Costa-Gavras, skier Nancy Greene Raine, Milton Wong, Doris Shadbolt, dancer and choreographer Judith Marcuse, economist Jeffrey Sachs, Peter Gzowski, Douglas Coupland, Romeo Dallaire, Canadian businessman Stephen Jarislowsky, Iain Baxter, American agriculturalist Cary Fowler, Martha Piper, Sarah McLachlan, and Rick Hansen.
** Stephen Stohn, Canadian television producer
** Stephen Walkom, Canadian ice hockey official and executive
* April 30 – Stephen Harper, Canadian politician and present Prime Minister ( 2006 – )
* November 11 – Stephen Lewis, Canadian politician and diplomat
A. Milne, granting Stephen Slesinger U. S. and Canadian merchandising rights to the Winnie-the-Pooh works.
For the task, Prime Minister Stephen Harper convened a special search group — the Governor General Consultation Committee — which consisted of Sheila-Marie Cook, secretary to the Governor General ( the chairperson ); Canadian Secretary to the Queen and Usher of the Black Rod Kevin MacLeod ; Christopher Manfredi, dean of the Faculty of Arts at McGill University ; Rainer Knopff, a political scientist at the University of Calgary ; Father Jacques Monet, of the Canadian Institute of Jesuit Studies ; and Christopher McCreery, historian and private secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.
The split forced Day to call a new leadership convention, and, in April 2002, Stephen Harper defeated Day at the subsequent Canadian Alliance leadership election.

Canadian and Harper
* 1936 – Vern Harper, Canadian First Nations Cree Elder
* 1940 – Terry Harper, Canadian ice hockey player
As with all other Canadian prime ministers, Harper is styled as The Right Honourable (), a privilege maintained for life.
** Elijah Harper, Canadian Aboriginal activist
The letter was a response to an earlier open letter to Harper from 60 scientists ( 19 Canadian ) arguing against the Kyoto accord and questioning its scientific basis: National Post April 6, 2006, retrieved April 20, 2007.
In 2003 the Canadian Alliance and the Progressive Conservatives merged to create the Conservative Party of Canada, led by Stephen Harper, a member of the Alliance Church, who went on to become prime minister in 2006.
The current prime minister, Stephen Harper and his Conservative Party of Canada, stated before taking office that he would hold a free vote on the issue, but declared the issue closed after a vote in the Canadian House of Commons in 2006.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper had called a public inquiry in November 2007, and appointed future Governor General David Lloyd Johnston as a special adviser, to study the matter and prepare terms of reference for the inquiry.
The U of C has graduated over 145, 000 alumni, including the current Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, and Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk.
On October 3, 2009, Ma appeared alongside Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the National Arts Centre gala in Ottawa.
In 2012, McLachlan wrote a letter on behalf of PETA to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, protesting that country's annual seal hunt.
* Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper filed a suit against the Liberal Party of Canada, the Official Opposition, after the latter paid for trucks to drive through the streets playing a journalist's tape of Harper admitting he knew of " financial considerations " offered to dying MP Chuck Cadman before a critical Canadian House of Commons vote in 2005.

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