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Address at Queen's University Convocation following receipt of Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws

Convocation address by Dr. Homer Thompson, Archaeologist and Professor, Princeton University. Recorded at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., May 31, 1986. Side One: Dr. Homer Thompson discusses his work, which involves recovering ancient Athens, and writing a related manuscript. He discusses some of the findings of this research, in particular the Articles of or places visited by Great Men, including famous Greek Philosophers. B.A. Hons. Degrees of Arts and Scince awarded. Side Two: Blank. Print through only.

Address at Queen's University Convocation following receipt of Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws

Convocation Address by Dr. Walter Kohn, a Physicist from Santa Barbara, California. Recorded at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., 1986. Side One: Dr. Kohn indicates that scientists are an example of a global community since science deals with the search for universal truths, and has affected the quality of life for people worldwide. He speaks of the perils associated with science as well, and urges graduates to strive to transform the world into a global family in order to overcome these perils. Side Two: blank. print through only.

Address at Queen's University Convocation following receipt of Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws

John Robert Dacey, a scientist, writer and college administrator from Royal Military College. Recorded at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., May 24, 1986. Side One: Dr. Dacey discusses the positive contributions of scientific technology, which has resulted in better life styles and longer life for people around the world. He also addresses the issue of the rising fear of technology, which he believes is the result of general isnorance about science, and irresponsible reporting by the media. He urges graduates to continue to reduce risk in technology, to prolong life and improve its quality, and also to enlighten the public. Jean C. Goodwill awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Laws (same as sr685 - incomplete. Side Two: blank - print through only.

Address at the 1974 Ontario Liberal Party Annual Meeting April 27, 1974. Recorded in Sudbury, Ontario. Tape 1 of 3

Marc Lalonde discusses his portfolio and what the Liberal government is trying to do. He talks about positive changes the government has made in the area of social security, and lists current changes being implemented in the Canada Pension Plan as well as accomodations for the working poor and those who are unable to work. Side One: Opening remarks by chairman. welcome by Mike Salstree. John Roy introduces guest speaker. Lecture by Lalonde. Side Two: blank.

Address at the 1974 Ontario Liberal Party Annual Meeting. Recorded in Sudbury, Ontario, April 27, 1974. Tape 3 of 3

Eugene Francis Whelan discusses the agricultural industry in Canada, comparing it to that of other countries and notes that Canadians are very affluent and fortunate. He argues that Canadians should not take food for granted; Canada has been well served by the farmers and they beef, arguing that supporting Canadian agriculture is more important than extra profits. Side One: Introductions. Speech by Mr. Collins, Chairman of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury. Len Hopkins introduces Mr. Whelan. Side Two: blank.

Address at the 1974 Ontario Liberal Party annual meeting. Recorded in Sudbury, Ontario, April 27, 1974. Tape 2 of 3

At this pre-election meeting, Donald Stovel MacDonald discusses the following five areas in which he claims the liberals have had a distinguished record: unity between english and french, tolerance for immigrants, social justice programs, efforts in strenghtening Canadian identity, and improving the economy. Side One: address by Macdonald.

Address in Kingston, Aug. 8, 1984

Address by John Napier Turner. Side One: Address by Turner during 1984 federal election campaign. Also includes Chuck Anderson, Ronald Vastokas and George Speal. Address at Dinner includes issues of unemployment among young people and problems of small business. Side Two: continued.

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