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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-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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Image No: M-8787-7

Title: "Let me get one thing perfectly clear ...... does it bite?"

Date: 1972

Photographer/Illustrator: Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper.
Issue: United States President, Richard Nixon, left, and Canada's Minister of External Affairs, Mitchell Sharp, right, attend the Vietnam Peace Talks.

Subject(s): Caricatures and cartoons / Political satire / Cabinet-ministers - Canada / Presidents - United States / Canada - Foreign relations - Vietnam / Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 / United States - Foreign relations - Vietnam

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