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One of the Greats: Sir Robert Bond Presided over Golden Age
The first of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
The Peckford Government 1979-1989
The pursuit of resource management dominated Peckford's time in office. Offshore oil, the fisheries, and hydroelectric developments topped the agenda.
Politics of Development, 1897-1914
This article is about the Newfoundland Railway and the politics of it's development from 1897-1914.
Remembering the Life of a Newfoundland Prime Minister
The life of Sir William Whiteway (1828-1908), lawyer, politician, and prime minster of Newfoundland.
Provincial Government: The Smallwood Years, 1949-1972
This article is about the Provincial Government in Newfoundland and Labrador during the beginning of confederation and the Smallwood years (1949-1972)
Provincial Politics 1972-2001
This article is about the Provincial government during the period of 1972-2001 and the change of leadership it underwent during that time.
Bond Moves Past Bribery Charges, Becomes Prime Minister
The second of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
Job's Papers Reveal His Family's Commitment to Province
A look at Robert Brown Job (1873-1961), businessman, politician, and economic unionist.
Bond Rules Despite Challenges
The third of a four part series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
The Tobin Government, 1996-2000
Brian Tobin replaced Clyde Wells as premier and leader of the Newfoundland Liberals on 26 January, 1996.
The Meech Lake Accord was a set of constitutional amendments agreed upon by the federal and provincial governments on 30 April 1987.
The Wells Government 1989-1996
About the government of Clyde Wells, which led under the Liberal administration from 1989-1996.
Williams Government Timeline, 2003-2007
A timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador government from 2003-2007 with premier Danny Williams
Williams Government Timeline, 2007-2010
A timeline of Newfoundland and Labrador government from 2007-2010 with premier Danny Williams.
Women and Government House
Overview of the women who lived at Government House and biography of Demasduit (1796-1820).
Newfoundland and Daniel O'Connell
Background information about the famous Irish politician, Daniel O'Connell and his influence on Newfoundland.
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