Wilfrid Laurier

Wilfrid Laurier

was the seventh Prime Minister of Canada from 11 July 1896 to 6 October 1911.
The twentieth century belongs to Canada.More Wilfrid Laurier quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
This country must be governed, and can be governed, simply on questions of policy and administration and the French Canadians who have had any part in this movement have never had any other intention but to organise upon those party distinctions and upon no other.More Wilfrid Laurier quotes [07/30/2011 11:07:26]
Two races share today the soil of Canada. These people had not always been friends. But I hasten to say it. There is no longer any family here but the human family. It matters not the language people speak, or the altars at which they kneel.More Wilfrid Laurier quotes [07/30/2011 11:07:32]
Confederation is a compact, made originally by four provinces but adhered to by all the nine provinces who have entered it, and I submit to the judgment of this house and to the best consideration of its members, that this compact should not be lightly altered.More Wilfrid Laurier quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
I claim for Canada this, that in future Canada shall be at liberty to act or not act, to interfere or not interfere, to do just as she pleases, and that she shall reserve to herself the right to judge whether or not there is cause for her to act.More Wilfrid Laurier quotes [07/30/2011 11:07:13]

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