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This website is primarily intended for children from grades 4 to 6. It is derived from the site First Among Equals: The Prime Minister in Canadian Life and Politics .

The main site, which is intended for the general public, contains more information and images, as well as detailed biographies and a large selection of speeches. It's well worth a visit!

First Among Equals is a joint project of the National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada. Your comments are encouraged and most welcome. Contact us at web@lac-bac.gc.ca.

  • John Bell (personal collection of prime-ministerial memorabilia)
  • Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Natural Resources Canada
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization
  • Currency Museum, Bank of Canada
  • Diefenbaker Centre, University of Saskatchewan
  • Harriet Irving Library
  • Horsham Corporation
  • Kodak Canada
  • Laurier House National Historic Site, Parks Canada
  • Library of Parliament
  • Office of the Prime Minister
  • Public Works and Government Services Canada
  • Saskatchewan Provincial Archives

We also acknowledge the contribution of the Department of Canadian Heritage's Canadian Digital Cultural Content Initiative, (CDCCI), whose financial assistance made this work possible.