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Dalhousie University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Founding Date:
1818

Motto:
Ora et Labora

Team:
Tigers

Enrollment:
15,800

Official Website:
http://www.dal.ca/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Bedford Bennett
Head of State
3-Jul-1870 26-Jun-1947 Prime Minister of Canada, 1930-35
Allan Blakeney
Politician
7-Sep-1925 16-Apr-2011 Premier of Saskatchewan, 1971-82
Ernest Buckler
Novelist
19-Jul-1908 4-Mar-1984 The Mountain and the Valley
Joe Clark
Head of State
5-Jun-1939   Prime Minister of Canada, 1979-80
Purdy Crawford
Business
7-Nov-1931   CEO of Imasco Limited, 1985-95
John Hamm
Politician
8-Apr-1938   Premier of Nova Scotia, 1999-2006
Harold H. MacKay
Attorney
c. 1940   MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP
Peter MacKay
Government
27-Sep-1965   Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister
Hugh MacLennan
Novelist
20-Mar-1907 7-Nov-1990 Barometer Rising
Kishore Mahbubani
Government
1948   The New Asian Hemisphere
Judith Maxwell
Business
c. 1942   Canadian Policy Research Networks
Alexa McDonough
Politician
11-Aug-1944   Leader of Canada's NDP, 1995-2003
Anne McLellan
Politician
31-Aug-1950   Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, 2003-06
Peter Milliken
Politician
12-Nov-1946   Speaker, Canadian House of Commons
Jim Prentice
Politician
20-Jul-1956   Canadian Minister of Industry
Kathryn D. Sullivan
Astronaut
3-Oct-1951   Columbus Center for Science and Industry

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Grant
Philosopher
13-Nov-1918 27-Sep-1988 Propagator of Red Toryism


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