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Alexander, Lincoln MacCauley

Born: 1922 AD
Currently alive, at 99 years of age.
Nationality: Canadian
Categories: Lieutenant Governor

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.