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Address on the occasion of the Centenary of Trinity College, Toronto, Ontario, April 17, 1952 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address at the Convocation of the University of Manitoba, October 28, 1952 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address to the Canadian Club of Ottawa, December 18, 1952 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address to the Board of Trade, Yellowknife, North West Territories, February 25, 1953 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, March 7, 1953 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, March 7, 1953 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address at the Centenary Dinner of University College, Toronto, October 16, 1953 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Address at the Convocation of the University of British Columbia, May 18, 1954 - Speaking Of Canada - (1959)
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Born: February 20, 1887

Died: December 30, 1967 (aged 80)

Nationality: Canadian

Occupation: Politician

Bio: Charles Vincent Massey PC CH CC CD FRSC was a Canadian lawyer and diplomat who served as Governor General of Canada, the 18th since Canadian Confederation.

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