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Val Anderson was a politician in British Columbia, Canada. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 1991 general election, as a candidate of the BC Liberal Party, and was re-elected in the 1996 and 2001 elections. During his youth, Mr. Anderson had been a member of the Saskatchewan Older Boys' Parliament (now the Saskatchewan Youth Parliament). He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Divinity from St. Andrew's College. He has a Master of Theology degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and has completed two years on a doctoral program at Boston School of Theology.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Shadia B. Drury (born 1950) is a Canadian academic and political commentator of Egyptian Christian origin. She is Canada Research Chair in Social Justice at the University of Regina, in Regina, the provincial capital of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2005, she was elected to fellowship in the Royal Society of Canada. Drury was educated at Queen's University (BA Hons, MA), in Kingston, Ontario, and York University (Ph.D., Political Science, 1978) in Toronto, Ontario. Her doctoral thesis was entitled The Concept of Natural Law. Drury has taught Political Science and Philosophy at two western Canadian universities: first at the University of Calgary and now at the University of Regina, where she holds the Canada Research Chair in Social Justice. Her objective in the position is to undertake an extensive publishing program, which includes books on St. Thomas Aquinas's theory of justice and its relation to the current Darwinian trends, a critique of the rise of populism in Canada, an analysis of the liberal and conservative approaches to tradition (Tradition and Taboo), and a book on the relationship between Western liberalism and the growth of radical feminism.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Western Canada Concept was a Western Canadian political party founded in 1980 to promote the separation of the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia and the Yukon and Northwest Territories from Canada in order to create a new nation.The party argued that Western Canada could not receive fair treatment while the interests of Quebec and Ontario dominated Canadian politics. The party gained popularity in Alberta when western alienation was at its height following the federal Liberal government announcement of the National Energy Program in October 1980. This policy aimed to ensure low energy costs for Canadian industry and consumers, a policy that would not benefit Alberta, Canada's major producer of oil and gas.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Archibald Beaton Gillis was a farmer and political figure in Saskatchewan, Canada. He represented Whitewood in the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories from 1894 to 1904 as a Liberal-Conservative and Whitewood and then Pipestone in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1905 to 1912 as a Provincial Rights member. Gillis sat for Saskatchewan division in the Senate of Canada from 1921 to 1940.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hazen Robert Argue, PC was a Canadian politician based in Saskatchewan who served in Ottawa for 43 years at various levels of Canada's federal government. He was first elected as a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Member of Parliament in 1945 and ended his career as a Liberal Party Senator. He was the last leader of the democratic socialist CCF, from 1960 to 1961. He was briefly a member of the CCF's follow-on organization, the New Democratic Party, before crossing the floor in the House of Commons to become a Liberal MP in 1962 until his defeat in 1963. He was appointed, by Governor General Georges Vanier, on the advice of Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, as a federal senator in 1966.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Joseph-Fernand Fafard was a Laurier Liberal then a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in L'Islet, Quebec and became a land surveyor. Fafard attended L'Islet College and Levis College. In 1901, he surveyed land in Alberta and Saskatchewan for his probationary course and in 1905 earned his diploma. He was the first to conduct a land survey of the Abitibi region and also became vice-president of the Quebec Land Surveyors Association. He was first elected to Parliament under the Laurier Liberals party banner at the L'Islet riding in the 1917 general election and re-elected under the Liberal Party there in 1921, 1925, 1926 and 1930. With riding boundary changes, Fafard was re-elected for the Liberals in 1935 at the Montmagny L'Islet riding.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. David Gordon "Davey" Steuart was a Saskatchewan politician, cabinet minister and Senator. Born in Moose Jaw, Steuart moved to Prince Albert with his family. He was elected to the city council in 1951 and later served two terms as mayor. He also served as president of the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association. A member of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party's provincial executive he helped former Co-operative Commonwealth Federation MP Ross Thatcher win the Liberal Party's leadership convention in 1959 and also became president of the party that year.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. John Frederick Johnston was a Saskatchewan politician. Johnston was born to a wealthy family in Bogarttown, Ontario that owned lumber and flour mills in Simcoe County. He moved to Saskatchewan in 1905 and ultimately settled on a farm near Bladworth, Saskatchewan. In addition to his farm, he owned a lumberyard and hardware store in town and developed a string of general stores in the region. He was elected by acclamation to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1917 wartime election as a Liberal-Unionist representing Last Mountain. The Liberal Party had split over the Conscription Crisis of 1917 and Johnston was one of the Liberals who broke with Sir Wilfrid Laurier in order to support the pro-conscription Union Government formed by Conservative Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden.