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    The CBC likes the Diefenbaker v. Pearson precedents too, only they’re going with 1965. And reversing the comparison entirely.
    Fair enough.
    While we’re here though, consider this description of Diefenbaker…

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  • 09/22/08--09:03: John Godfrey’s politics
  • Why Godfrey built a career before becoming a politician

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    Must-reads: Robert Fulford, John Ibbitson, David Frum, Doug Saunders, Dan Gardner and John Ivison on the only thing that matters today.
    Oh yes he did
    What the 44th President means…

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  • 01/13/09--19:27: Black and white
  • Life magazine and Google have cooperated to put several centuries of photos online, many of them previously unpublished.
    For our purposes, there is an impressive collection of prime ministers, at…

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  • 01/23/09--12:49: To infinity and beyond
  • In addition to a Twitter feed, this blog now has a YouTube hub—including (so far) 60 videos and links to the YouTube channels of Stephen Harper, Michael Ignatieff and this…

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    Presidential stopovers in Ottawa have included fishing trips, protests and back-breaking labour

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  • 09/10/09--08:20: The last of the Kennedys
  • The death of Ted Kennedy marks the end of America’s most iconic dynasty

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    Americans were told their president died of a sudden stroke. Not true, says a new book.

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  • 05/07/10--05:00: Newsmakers
  • You wouldn’t want to cross either one, That’s how it’s done in Wawota, Sask. and Andy, Andy, we got us a crime wave!

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  • 10/28/10--06:20: Born in the U.S.A.
  • Religious denominations no longer divide Americans—religion itself, and its role in public life, splits the nation

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    By compromising his own security, Kennedy made himself impossible to protect

    The post JFK’s Secret Service agents speak, at last appeared first on

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    The assassination through the eyes of ordinary Americans

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    By Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis

    The post A look at the people who believed JFK was ‘Wanted for treason’ appeared first on

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    What could have happened if the president lived

    The post Wondering what JFK would have done on Vietnam: Galbraith’s impression appeared first on

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    How newspapers recorded this date in history

    The post Front-page gallery: Nov. 22, 1963 appeared first on

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    A historically accurate re-enactment of this day in history via

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    John Diefenbaker had a famously toxic relationship with John F. Kennedy

    The post 10 reasons why ‘Dief the Chief’ and JFK hated each other appeared first on

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    19,000 pages of newly declassified CIA documents from the Cold War have been released

    The post Thousands of CIA intelligence memos to JFK, Johnson made public appeared first on

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    John Boyko's latest history book is a revealing look at John Diefenbaker and Lester Pearson's relationship with JFK

    The post John F. Kennedy’s turbulent relationship with Canada appeared first on

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    The U.S. president once said of the PM that he never wanted ‘to see that boring son of a bitch again’

    The post Camelot and Canada: When Diefenbaker met Kennedy appeared first on

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    On Oct. 26, millions of pages of documents on the Kennedy assassination could finally be released

    The post Who really killed JFK? We might get new insight in 2017. appeared first on

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    The embassy's view of the U.S. Capitol has drawn celebrities and athletes alike, and entices cabinet members, lawmakers and White House personnel

    The post Thanks, JFK: How Canada scored the top spot for U.S. inaugurations appeared first on

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    Canadian history—from JFK and Diefenbaker, to the last 'Trudeau Doctrine'—is littered with foreign-policy differences with the U.S.

    The post Canada’s break with America on foreign policy isn’t so novel appeared first on

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    Photo Gallery: Comparing the playgrounds of JFK and Obama with the Canadian Prime Minister's latest purchase

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