Hugh Calder

Hugh Calder

Hugh Alfred Calder (December 25, 1872 – August 6, 1964) was a real estate developer and politician in Alberta, Canada. He served as an alderman on Edmonton City Council between 1912 and 1916 and was a principle founder of Calder.

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Edmonton City Council - Past Councils - From 1912 Until 1924
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Hugh Calder - Post-political Career
... Hugh Calder was involved in Edmonton Exhibition Board and the Masonic Lodge. ...

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