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SHARP, The Hon. Mitchell William, P.C., C.C., B.A., D.Sc., LL.D.
Picture of SHARP, The Hon. Mitchell William, P.C., C.C., B.A., D.Sc., LL.D.
© House of Commons 1974
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1911.05.11
Place of Birth: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Deceased Date (yyyy.mm.dd): 2004.03.19 (92 years old)
Profession | Occupation: Businessman, economist
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 5503 Days (15 years, 24 days)
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ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Eglinton, Ontario Resignation. Appointed Director of the Northern Pipeline Agency, May 2, 1978. Liberal 1974.07.08 Elected
Eglinton, Ontario Liberal 1972.10.30 Elected
Eglinton, Ontario Liberal 1968.06.25 Elected
Eglinton, Ontario Liberal 1965.11.08 Elected
Eglinton, Ontario Liberal 1963.04.08 Elected
Eglinton, Ontario Liberal 1962.06.18 Defeated

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Liberal 1962.06.18 -

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Minister

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
President of the Privy Council Resignation. Wants to make room for younger ministers. 1974.08.08 - 1976.09.13
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1968.04.20 - 1974.08.07
Minister of Finance and Receiver General 1965.12.18 - 1968.04.19
Minister of Finance and Receiver General (acting) 1965.11.11 - 1965.12.17
Minister of Trade and Commerce 1963.04.22 - 1966.01.03

Leader of the Government in the House of Commons

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 1974.08.08 - 1976.09.13

House Leader

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Liberal Party House Leader 1974.08.08 - 1976.09.13

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Federal Public Office
^ Departmental Deputy Minister
FunctionMinistryTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Deputy Minister Trade and Commerce 1957.08.01 - 1958
Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

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^ Sole Author Books

  • The trading revolution = Révolution commerciale.
    [Ottawa] : Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; 1995. 9, 11 p.

  • Which reminds me: a memoir .
    Toronto : University of Toronto Press; 1994. xv, 288 p.


Chapters in Books

  • Attitudes towards financial relations: the Federal view.
    In: Canadian federalism: myth or reality / edited by J. Peter Meekison.. 2nd ed. Toronto : Methuen; [1971]. p. 286.

  • Can Canada maintain a separate identify beside the United States?.
    In : Seminar on Canadian-American Relations (4th: 1962 : Assumption University of Windsor). Fourth seminar on Canadian-American relations at Assumption University of Windsor: November 8, 9, 10, 1962. [Windsor, Ont. : Assumption University of Windsor; 1962?]. p. [240]-247.

  • Canada's independence and U.S. domination.
    In: U.S.-Canadian economic relations, next steps? / papers by Mitchell Sharp ... [et al.] presented at a conference at the Brookings Institution chaired by Bruce K. MacLaury on April 10, 1984; edited by Edward R. Fried and Philip H. Trezise. Washington, D.C : The Brookings Institution; 1984. p. 11-20

  • The expert, the politician and the public.
    In: Fox, Paul (ed). Politics: Canada: culture and process. 3rd ed. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Company of Canada Limited; 1970. p. 431 - 434.

  • Foreign policy directions for the Seventies.
    In: Harrison Liberal Conference (1969: Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.) Living in the seventies / Edited by Allen M. Linden. [Toronto] : Peter Martin Associates Limited; [1970]. p. [242] - 245.

  • Freedom of Information: have we gone too far?.
    In: National Conference on Management in the Public Sector (1986: Vctoria, B.C.). Fear and ferment: public sector management today, John W. Langford, editor. [Toronto] : Institute of Public Administration of Canada ; 1987. p. 63-70

  • How the budget and estimates are prepared.
    In; Fox, Paul (ed.). Politics: Canada: culture and process. 3rd ed. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Company of Canada Limited; 1970. p. 358 -361.

  • Introduction.
    In: East-West trade: a symposium / edited by Philip E. Uren. Toronto : Canadian Institute of International Affairs; [c1966] . p.[xiii-xvi?]

  • The role of the mandarins.
    In: Crosscurrents: contemporary political issues / edited by Mark Charlton, Paul Barker. Scarborough, Ont : Nelson Canada; 1994. p. 194-197


Articles

  • A different kind of negotiation.
    Policy Options/Options politiques. 7:5-7 April 1985.

  • A mandate for free trade?.
    Parliamentary Government. 8(3):3-4 Spring 1989.

  • The Alaska Highway Natural Gas Pipeline: a case study of a joint effort through two governmental systems.
    Presidential Studies Quarterly. 11(1):51-67 Winter 1981.

  • An International Development Research Centre for Canada.
    External Affairs. 22:45-49 Feb. 1970.

  • Canada and the West Indies.
    Monetary Times. 131:27-28 July 1963.

  • Canada in the world community.
    Atlantic Community Quarterly. 10 (1):66-70 Spring 1972.

  • Canada's diversification policies: past, present and future.
    Europe: magazine of the European Communities/revue des Communautés européenes. 6(4):19-22 Winter 1986/1987.

  • The Canadian business outlook and trade in the Pacific basin (Based on five conference papers).
    Conference Board Record. 9:42-61 July 1972.

  • Canadian foreign policy and international law.
    External Affairs. 23:175-181 1971.

  • The Canadian view on UN affairs.
    External Affairs. 20:438-46 November 1968.

  • Decision-making in the federal cabinet .
    Canadian Public Administration. Administration Publique du Canada. 19:1-7 Spring 1976.

  • Depoliticizing the Speech from the Throne.
    Parliamentary Government. 8 (4): 16-18 Summer 1989.

  • Export trade may be the answer [how the Canadian Department of trade and commerce helps the Canadian exporter].
    Canadian Chartered Accountant. 72:511-516 June 1958.

  • Freedom of information: have we gone too far?.
    Canadian Public Administration. Administration Publique du Canada. 29:571-578 Winter 1986.

  • How government and millers work together in Canada.
    Northwestern Miller. 272:48-50ff October 1965.

  • How the Department of External Affairs serves the nations.
    External Affairs. 22:94-100 April 1970.

  • L'enregistrement des démarcheurs parlementaires.
    Revue parlementaire canadienne. 9(3):2-3 automne 1986 .

  • Living with the United States.
    Trialogue. no 36:17-19 1984.

  • Un mandat pour le libre-échange?.
    Le Gouvernement parlementaire. 89(3):3-4 printemps 1989.

  • More free trade.
    Policy Options/Options politiques. 8(5):3-5 June 1987.

  • NATO: reviewed, revised and renewed.
    Bout de papier. 6(1):26-9 Spring 1988.

  • New currents in international trade and implications for Canadian commercial policy.
    Foreign Trade. 123:44 May 15, 1965.

  • The Prime minister and the SSEA in Canada's foreign policy: comment 1.
    International Journal. 50(1):209-212 Winter 1994-95.

  • La querelle du continentalisme.
    Politique Internationale. no 12:211-216 été 1981.

  • Reflections on foreign policy during the Trudeau years.
    International Perspectives. pp. 3-7 November-December 1986.

  • Refloating the screening process or reviving quiet diplomacy?.
    Canadian Forum. 52:2-3 January 1973.

  • The registration of lobbyists.
    Canadian Parliamentary Review. 9(3):2-3 Autumn 1986.

  • Relationship of Canadian and United States balance of payments problems.
    University of Washington Business Review. 23:17-23 October 1963.


^ Multiple Authors Oral History Project

  • The Honourable Mitchell Sharp : interview / conducted by Tom Earle.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament; [1995?]. 56 p.

  • Interview of the Hon. Mitchell Sharp conducted July 26, 1976 and August 31, 1978 / by Peter Stursberg.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament; [1976-1978?]. 2 pts.

  • Interview of the Hon. Mitchell William Sharp conducted January 11, 19 and February 2, 1984 / by Tom Earle.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament; 1984. 101 leaves

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