June 1, 1904 (9th Parliament, 4th Session)

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Edward Hackett

Liberal-Conservative

Mr. HACKETT asked :

In view of his important services to the country, in the making of the Dominion, of his great talent and eloquence, and 'especially of his sterling patriotism, is it the intention of the government to honour the memory of the late Hon. Thomas D'Ar'cy McGee) and through him people of Irish birth and descent in this Dominion, by the erection of a suitable statue to him on Parliament Hill, as has been done in the cases of Sir John A. Macdonald, Sir Etienne Carter and the Hon. Alexander Mackenzie ?

Topic:   MONUMENTS ON PARLIAMENT HILL.
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