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Alexander, Lincoln MacCauley

Born: 1922 AD
Currently alive, at 96 years of age.
3.3 (66.4%) 100 votes

1922 – Alexander was born in Toronto, Canada on the 21st of January.

1940 – Joined the Royal Canadian Air Force during the World War II.

1963 –  1979 was a partner in an Hamiilton , Ontario Law Firm 

1965 was appointed as Queen’s councel after having studied at McMaster University (Hamiilton, Ontario) and Osgoode Hall (Law School, Toronto, Ontario)  

1968 – Became the first canadian black to be elected as Member of Parliament to the Canadian House of Commons as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.

1976-1978 – Acted as an observer to the United Nations.

1979-1980 – Became the Minister of Labour in the federal cabinet.

1981 – Became te Chairman of the Worker’s Compensation Board of Ontario.

1985-1991 – Appointed by Governor General Jeanne Sauve as the 24th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

1991 – He was awarded the Order of Ontario and became a Companion of the Order of Canada.

1993 – to commemorate his term as Lieutenat Governor the Province of Ontario created the Lincoln M. Alexander Annual Award  to recognize yough wo have demonstrated exemplary leadership in eliminating racial discrimination.

3.3 (66.4%) 100 votes