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If all the storefront displays haven’t yet tipped you off, it’s only four more sleeps until Diefenbaker Day. John Diefenbaker died in 1979, but on September 18th it will be 121 years after the birth of Canada’s 13th prime minister. 2,483 more words
This week, Open Sources Guelph marks Labour Day by taking a break from our labours and remember fondly the time when politicians really did have the best words. 242 more words
It’s one of more than 50 Cold War-era bunkers built across Canada.
Nicknamed the Diefenbunker, after Prime Minister John Diefenbaker who authorized their construction, the large space in the basement of the Gray Building in Nelson, B.C. 276 more words