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The Golden Age of Liberalism

A Portrait of Roméo LeBlanc

This book explores the life and times of Roméo LeBlanc, one of Canada’s most popular and successful politicians and statesmen. Probably best known as the long-standing fisheries … 376 View
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Foreword by the Right Honourable Jean Chrétien and Introduction by Author

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Outlines the authors experience with Romeo Leblanc and why she chose to write his biography ; 16 $1.60 Add
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From Memramcook to Rideau Hall

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Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s selection to the position of Governor General, the mixed opinions of the media to the nomination, a background history of the Acadians and how this history relates … 20 $2.00 Add
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Cormier’s Cove

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1927-1948. Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s family history, his early life growing up in Corimer’s Cove (including statistics on education, resources, etc at the time), goes over the cost of … 34 $3.40 Add
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Transitions and Interruptions, 1948–1955

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1948-1955. These seven years would be a time of unexpected movement, of plans begun and changed because of family needs, as well as unanticipated successes. These were years in which his … 47 $4.70 Add
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Teacher to Journalist:

Fredericton to Ottawa and Beyond

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1955-1960. His time teaching at New Brunswick’s Teachers’ College, In 1959 he left Fredericton for Ottawa and an opportunity at Radio Canada to become a political journalist, 40 $4.00 Add
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Foreign Correspondent:

London and Washington

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1962-1966. Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s time as a foreign correspondent for Radio-Canada in both London and Washington the reports that he made and stories he covered are outlined, also … 43 $4.30 Add
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An Unexpected Path to Political Life

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1966-1971. Outlines LeBlanc’s time at the Prime Minister’s Press Secretary, ends with the October crisis and LeBlanc’s decision to return to New Brunswick 42 $4.20 Add
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From Backbencher to Minister

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1971-1974. His return to New Brunswick to teach which quickly morphed into the decision to run in the constiuency of Westmorland-Kent for the Liberal Party and his life as an MP 28 $2.80 Add
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Minister of Fishermen

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1974-1982. LeBlanc is appointed a junior Cabinet minister resposible for fisheries in the department of the environment in 1974, in 1976 a shift in the Cabinet makes him the minister of the … 38 $3.80 Add
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From Elected to Appointed Office

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1982-1999. Examines the creation of the new Constitution act of 1982 and LeBlanc’s hand in it, his cabinet position shifts to public works, his work in the senate, his appointment to the … 51 $5.10 Add
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Epilogue

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2000-2009, outlines LeBlanc’s return to New Brunswick and his life in retirement, outlines his funeral 11 $1.10 Add