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  1. Sir John Alexander Macdonald GCB PC QC ( 10 or 11 January 1815 – 6 June 1891) was the first prime minister of Canada, serving from 1867 to 1873 and from 1878 until his death in 1891. He was the dominant figure of Canadian Confederation , and had a political career that spanned almost half a century.

  2. John Alexander Macdonald (11 de enero de 1815-6 de junio de 1891) fue el 1. er primer ministro de Canadá, del 1 de julio de 1867 hasta el 5 de noviembre de 1873, repitiendo en el cargo del 17 de octubre de 1878 hasta el 6 de junio de 1891.

  3. Primer ministro de Canadá. El Parlamento británico aprobó el Acta de la Norteamérica británica en 1867, por el que se creó el dominio de Canadá, del que fue elegido presidente en dos ocasiones (1867-1873 y 1878-1891).

  4. 31 de jul. de 2013 · Sir John Alexander Macdonald, prime minister of Canada 1867–73 and 1878–91, lawyer, businessman, politician (born 10 or 11 January 1815 in Glasgow, Scotland; died 6 June 1891 in Ottawa, ON). John A. Macdonald was Canada’s first and second-longest serving prime minister (19 years).

  5. 23 de jun. de 2024 · Sir John Macdonald was the first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada (1867–73, 1878–91), who led Canada through its period of early growth. Though accused of devious and unscrupulous methods, he is remembered for his achievements.

  6. A Scottish immigrant who fought a life-long battle with alcoholism, Macdonald rose to become a successful lawyer in colonial Canada and allied with the country’s elite English establishment, sharing their conservatism.

  7. 6 de ene. de 2015 · To describe John A. Macdonald as the ablest political leader Canada has ever been lucky enough to have is to do him an injustice. Among all democratic leaders anywhere in the nineteenth century, it is hard to identify any abler but U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

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