1933 Elections - North America - Canada

Canada

  • British Columbia general election, 1933
  • Edmonton municipal election, 1933
  • Nova Scotia general election, 1933
  • Ottawa municipal election, 1933
  • Toronto municipal election, 1933

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Famous quotes containing the word canada:

    I fear that I have not got much to say about Canada, not having seen much; what I got by going to Canada was a cold.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    In Canada an ordinary New England house would be mistaken for the château, and while every village here contains at least several gentlemen or “squires,” there is but one to a seigniory.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I see Canada as a country torn between a very northern, rather extraordinary, mystical spirit which it fears and its desire to present itself to the world as a Scotch banker.
    Robertson Davies (b. 1913)