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Image No: M-8787-148

Title: [The main event at the House of Commons is a pre-election boxing match between Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker and Liberal leader, Lester B. Pearson.]

Date: [ca. 1963]

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: In the 1963 election, Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker was defeated by Liberal Lester Bowles Pearson.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Prime Ministers - Canada / Canada - Politics and government

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Image No: M-8787-405

Title: "So he passed over, and all the trumpets sounded for him on the other side".

Date: 1965

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Sir Winston Churchill does the V for Victory hand gesture towards an expanse of cloud and sky while the trumpets of heaven sound.
Tom Innes was the cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper. This cartoon, relating to the death of Winston Churchill, was published in the Calgary Herald, January 25, 1965.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Prime ministers - England

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Image No: M-8000-28

Title: [Pharmacy becomes all-purpose store].

Date: [ca.1970s]

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: Pharmacy with sign in window advertising drug store cowboy on duty.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Drugstores

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Image No: M-8000-1

Title: "Socreds finally beaten after 36 yrs. in business."

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: Social credit government defeated by Progressive Conservatives. Shows new premier, Peter Lougheed, coming in.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Alberta - Politics and government / Elections - Alberta / Premiers - Alberta / Social Credit Party of Canada / Progressive Conservative Party of Canada

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Image No: M-8787-1

Title: [Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau takes out his October election frustrations on Santa Claus.]

Date: December 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: October election results very close between Liberals and Conservatives. Liberals - 109 seats, Progressive Conservatives - 107 seats, New Democrats - 31 seats.
L-R: Robert Stanfield, House Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada; Santa Claus; Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Canada - Politics and government / Politicians - Canada / Prime Ministers - Canada

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Image No: M-8787-2

Title: [Portrait of federal "Election Hopefuls".]

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: These are the leaders of the three largest political parties in Canada running in the 1972 federal election.
L-R: New Democratic Party leader, Ed Broadbent, (Faith); Progressive Conservative leader, Robert Stanfield, (Hope); Liberal leader Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, (Charity).

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Politicians - Canada / Prime Ministers - Canada / Political parties - Canada

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Image No: M-8787-3

Title: [Canada and Britain to discuss the European Economic Community.]

Date: December 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Cartoon annotated: Trudeau in London for talks with British P.M. - news item
Issue: Prime Minister Trudeau's trip to Britain to discuss Canada's place with Prime Minister Heath's inclusion in the European Economic Community.
L-R: Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau; Prime Minister of Britain, Edward Heath.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Prime Ministers - Canada / Canada - Foreign relations - Britain / Prime Ministers - Britain

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Image No: M-8787-4

Title: [Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's "resurrection" as leader.]

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau is re-elected for second term.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Prime Ministers - Canada / Elections - Canada

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Image No: M-8787-5

Title: [No Liberals elected in Alberta in recent federal election.]

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Cartoon annotated: Alberta without cabinet representation - news item
Issue: First time in 67 years that Alberta does not elect a Liberal Member of Parliament.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Elections - Canada / Federal-provincial relations - Canada

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Image No: M-8787-6

Title: [Minister of Finance, John Turner, launches a $325 million winter works program with hope to reduce unemployment.]

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
L-R: Liberal Minister of Finance, John Turner; centre, Minister of Manpower and Immigration, Robert Andras, cheering in the background.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Cabinet-ministers - Canada / Canada - Politics and government / Unemployment - Canada

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