The Honourable Lincoln Alexander, was a great Canadian icon who set the bar high and broke down racial barriers.   In addition to many other accomplishments, he graduated as a lawyer from Canada’s prestigious Osgoode Hall Law School, became our first black federal Member of Parliament (1968), served for several years as Chancellor of Guelph University and was appointed to the esteemed office of Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario (1985-91). 142 more words