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  • Annie Arniel - Biography of Annie Arniel, a Canadian Suffragist, who made historical contributions to the women's right to vote movement with Alice Paul and Lucy Burns in Washington, D.C.
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  • Catherine de Hueck Doherty - Pioneer of Catholic interracial and social justice, author, and foundress of the Madonna House Apostolate based in Combermere, Ontario.
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  • Charles Templeton (1915-2001) - Biographical information, articles, and an online version of the memoirs of this former evangelist turned atheist, politician, editor, broadcaster, journalist, author, philosopher and raconteur.
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  • Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online - An index of biographies that presents persons who died between the years 1000 and 1930 or whose last known date of activity falls within these years.
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  • Famous Canadians Theme Page - Provides links to curricular resources and instructional materials (lesson plans) related to the study of famous Canadians.
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  • Joseph Whiteside Boyle - The legendary Canadian, Joseph W. Boyle (1867-1923); gold miner and adventurer.
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  • Louis Riel - Biography of the influential Metis leader and father of Manitoba, from The Canadian Encyclopedia.
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  • Northern Stars - Norman McLaren - An honoured filmmaker in Canada. In his lifetime he received literally hundreds of awards and prizes for his work.
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  • Nursing Sister Helen L. Fowlds - Biography, diary and pictures of Helen Fowlds, a Canadian nurse in World War I
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  • People - Canadian Confederation - A collection of biographies for many of the people involved in the creation and building of Canada. Some of these people are well known, while others are relatively obscure.
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  • The Poems of D'Arcy McGee - Elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1858 as one of three members for Montreal. Strongly opposed the Fenians. Assassinated on April 7, 1868, a week before his 43rd birthday. Canada's first political assassination.
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  • Richard B. Rogers : Life and Times of a Canadian Engineer - Describes the vision and life of Engineer Richard Birdsall Rogers who helped design the Peterborough Hydraulic Lift Lock in Peterborough, Ontario.
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  • Roberta Bondar - Details the achievements by, and tributes for this Canadian Hero, the first Canadian woman astronaut in Space. Also includes a guest book for visitors.
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  • Roy Herbert Thomson (1894-1976) - The rags to riches story of Roy Thomson, also known as Lord Thomson of Fleet.
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  • Sir William Stephenson (Intrepid) - Information about Canadian spymaster William Stephenson, who set up Great Britain's spy operations in the Western Hemisphere.
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