Milnes: 2019, the year of prime ministers past

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Unlike many nations, Canada spends far too little time honouring, commemorating or even studying her past leaders. Each Jan. 11, however, provides a welcome opportunity to buck this trend. Parliament has declared it Sir John A. Macdonald Day. The first and founding prime minister celebrated his birthday on Jan. 11 throughout his 76 years. He […]

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