Fonds mhm-2037 - D. R. B. (Dick) Macnaughton fonds

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D. R. B. (Dick) Macnaughton fonds

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CA MHM mhm-2037

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  • 1986-2002, predominant 1988-1990 (Creation)
    Macnaughton, Dick

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6 cm textual records

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Dick Macnaughton was born 1914 in Vancouver. In 1921 his family moved to Delbourne, Alberta. In 1936, at the age of 22 he went to work for the Northern Alberta Railways Company where he remained until his retirement in 1974. In 1952 Dick Macnaughton became a part-time representative with the Investors Group and in 1981 he received his Chartered Financial Planners Designation. He was active in both the Progressive Conservative Party and then the Reform Party. He was the Chairman of the Selection Committee and the Official Agent for the South-East Edmonton Constituency. Dick Macnaughton is married to Lorraine, a former school principal.

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The fonds consists of two series that reflect the political life of Dick Macnaugton. Series I consists of correspondence between Dick Macnaughton and federal politicians concerning the Meech Lake Accord and Bill C-72. Included are letters from William Vander Zalm, Clyde Wells, Preston Manning, Gary Filmon, Joe Ghiz, John Buchanan, Don Getty, Brian Mulroney, and Joe Clarke. Series II consists of newletters from organisations that aimed to protect English in Canada. The newletters include the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada, Bilingualism Watch, and Language Matters.

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Includes correspondance and newletters

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Records were donated by Dick Macnaughton


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  • The material is in English.

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Record No. 2004.19<br><br>

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