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KING, The Right Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie, P.C., O.M., C.M.G., B.A., M.A., A.M., LL.B., Ph.D.
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Source: Library and Archives Canada, C-027645
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1874.12.17
Place of Birth: Berlin (Kitchener), Ontario, Canada
Deceased Date (yyyy.mm.dd): 1950.07.22 (75 years old)
Profession | Occupation: Author, editor, gentleman, journalist, labour expert, lawyer, senior public servant
Party Leader:
Notes: Grandson of William Lyon Mackenzie, mayor of Toronto and member of the assembly of the Province of Canada.
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 11695 Days (32 years, 7 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Glengarry, Ontario Liberal 1945.08.06
(By-Election)
Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1945.06.11 Defeated
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1940.03.26 Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1935.10.14 Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1930.07.28 Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1926.11.02
(By-Election)
Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Resignation. Acceptance of an office of emolument under the Crown. Liberal 1926.09.14 Elected
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Liberal 1926.02.15
(By-Election)
Elected
York North, Ontario Liberal 1925.10.29 Defeated
York North, Ontario Liberal 1922.01.19
(By-Election)
Elected
York North, Ontario Resignation. Appointed Prime Minister. Liberal 1921.12.06 Elected
Prince, Prince Edward Island Liberal 1919.10.20
(By-Election)
Elected
York North, Ontario Laurier Liberal 1917.12.17 Defeated
Waterloo North, Ontario Liberal 1911.09.21 Defeated
Waterloo North, Ontario Liberal 1909.06.21
(By-Election)
Elected
Waterloo North, Ontario Liberal 1908.10.26 Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Liberal 1945.08.06 - 1949.06.26
Liberal 1926.11.02 - 1945.06.10
Liberal 1926.02.15 - 1926.10.10
Liberal 1922.01.19 - 1925.10.28
Liberal 1919.10.20 - 1921.12.29
Liberal 1908.10.26 - 1911.09.20

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Prime Minister of Canada

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Prime Minister 1935.10.23 - 1948.11.14
Prime Minister 1926.09.25 - 1930.08.06
Prime Minister 1921.12.29 - 1926.06.28

Minister

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1935.10.23 - 1946.09.03
President of the Privy Council 1935.10.23 - 1948.11.14
President of the Privy Council 1926.09.25 - 1930.08.06
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1926.09.25 - 1930.08.06
President of the Privy Council 1921.12.29 - 1926.06.28
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1921.12.29 - 1926.06.28
Minister of Labour 1909.06.02 - 1911.10.06

Leader of the Official Opposition

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leader of the Official Opposition 1930.08.07 - 1935.10.22
Leader of the Official Opposition 1926.06.29 - 1926.09.24
Leader of the Official Opposition 1919.08.07 - 1921.12.28

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^ Political Party Roles
Liberal Party of Canada

RoleTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leadership Candidate 1919.08.07 - 1919.08.07
Party Leader 1919.08.07 - 1948.08.06
Federal Public Office
^ Commission of Inquiry
FunctionCommissionTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Commissioner Royal Commission Appointed to Investigate Into the Losses Sustained by the Chinese Population of Vancouver, B.C., on the Occasion of the Riots in That City in September, 1907 1908.03.07 - 1908
Commissioner Royal Commission on Methods by which Oriental Labourers have been induced to come to Canada 1907.11.05 - 1907
Commissioner Royal Commission Regarding Losses Sustained by the Japanese Population of Vancouver, British Columbia, on the Occasion of the Riots in That City in September, 1907 1907.10.12 - 1908
Commissioner Royal Commission on a Dispute Respecting Hours of Employment between the Bell Telephone Company of Canada, Ltd., and Operators at Toronto, Ontario 1907.02.02 - 1907
Secretary Royal Commission on Industrial Disputes in British Columbia 1903.04.18 - 1903
^ Departmental Deputy Minister
FunctionMinistryTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Deputy Minister Labour 1900 - 1908
Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors or omissions, please contact us at the following e-mail address: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca

^ Sole Author Books

  • Canada and the fight for freedom .
    Toronto : Macmillan Co. of Canada; c1944. xxiv, 326 p.

  • Canada at Britain's side.
    Toronto : Macmillan Co. of Canada; 1941. x p., 1 l., 332 p.

  • Le Canada et la guerre.
    Montréal : B. Valiquette; [1941?]. 341 p.

  • Industry and humanity: a study in the principles underlying industrial reconstruction.
    Toronto : Macmillan; 1947. xxix, 270 p.

  • Industry and humanity: a study in the principles underlying industrial reconstruction.
    New and shorter ed. Toronto : Macmillan Company of Canada; 1935. xx, 269 p.

  • Industry and humanity: a study in the principles underlying industrial reconstruction.
    Toronto : T. Allen; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Riverside Press, 1918. xx, 567 p.

  • Industry and humanity: a study in the principles underlying industrial reconstruction / with an introd. by David Jay Bercuson.
    Toronto, Buffalo : University of Toronto Press; c1973. xxiv, 356 p.

  • The International Typographical Union.
    Thesis (Master of Arts) -- University of Toronto; 1897. 45 p.

  • Liberal government.
    Ottawa? : [s.n.]; [1925]. 78 p.

  • The Mackenzie King diaries, 1893-1931: the complete manuscript entries with accompanying typewritten transcription and other original typewritten journals in 223 microfiches.
    Toronto : University of Toronto Press; c1973. 223 sheets

  • The Mackenzie King diaries, 1932-1949.
    Toronto : University of Toronto Press; 1980. 266 microfiches

  • Oriental immigration to Canada.
    Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy) -- Harvard University; 1909. 79 p.

  • Progress and achievement.
    [Ottawa] : [Acland]; [1924]. 18 p.

  • La question sociale et le Canada : industrie et humanité / traduction de Altair; préface de Gabriel Hanotaux.
    Paris : F. Alcan; 1925. iv, 252 p.

  • The secret of heroism: a memoir of Henry Albert Harper.
    Toronto : T. Allen; Ontario Pub. Co., 1919. 161 p.

  • The secret of heroism: a memoir of Henry Albert Harper.
    New York : F.H. Revell Co.; 1906. 161 p.

  • William Lyon Mackenzie King diary for 1950.
    [Toronto] : University of Toronto Press; c1980. microfiches 272-5


Chapters in Books

  • An assessment of the political situation.
    In: The 1911 general election: a study in Canadian politics / edited by Paul Stevens. Toronto : Copp Clark Pub. ; c1970. p. 168.

  • Assessing the issues.
    In: The 1911 general election: a study in Canadian politics / edited by Paul Stevens. Toronto : Copp Clark Pub.; c1970. p. 171.

  • Canada's position as a manufacturing country.
    In: Encyclopedia Americana. 1904. 21:14127-39.

  • Canada's postwar immigration policy.
    In: Immigration and the rise of multiculturalism / edited by Howard Palmer. Vancouver : Copp Clark Pub.; c1975. p. 58-61.

  • Canadian citizenship and the larger world.
    In: Canada and the United Nations / by W.L. Mackenzie King ... [et al.]. Toronto : Canadian Institute of International Affairs; [1947?]. 32 p.

  • Foreword.
    In: Canada's war at sea. Montreal : Alvan M. Beatty Publications; 1943. [2 v.]

  • Foreword.
    In: The trail of the Conestoga. Dunham, Bertha Mabel. Toronto : Macmillan Company of Canada; 1924. [vii], 342 p.

  • Introduction.
    In: Nerves and personal power: some principles of psychology as applied to conduct and health. King, Dougall Macdougall. New York, Chicago, London, Edinburgh : Fleming H. Revell Company; 1922. xiii, 311 p.

  • Investigation of industrial relations: report of the director 1915.
    In: [The Rockfeller Foundation Annual Report]. [New York?] : 1915]. p. 265-99ff.

  • Message.
    In: Queen's University in summer. Queen's University. [Kingston, Ont.] : Queen's Unviersity; [1936]. 8 p.

  • Message .
    In: Queen's: Our Alma Mater, 1841-1941. A statement to graduates and former students, from J.C. Macfarlane, Art'11, Chairman, Endowment Committee. Queen's University. [Kingston, Ont.] : Queen's University; [1941]. 16 p.


Articles

  • [Introduction à] Gages et heures de travail dans les métiers se rapportant à la fabrication des voitures.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):480 févr. 1902.

  • [Introduction à] Législation pour la protection de personnes employées sur les navires.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (5):295-6; 2 (6):360; 2 (7):413 nov. 1901; déc. 1901; janv. 1902.

  • [Introduction à] Législation pour la protection des employés dans les boutiques et dans les magasins.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (5):253-4 janv. 1901.

  • [Introduction aux] Rapports de correspondants locaux.
    La Gazette de travail. 2 (3):36 sept. 1901.

  • [Introduction aux] Rapports de correspondants locaux.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):261 févr. 1901.

  • [Introduction aux] Rapports des correspondants locaux.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (7):392 janv. 1902.

  • [Introduction aux] Rapports des correspondants locaux.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (8):410-11 avril 1901.

  • [Introduction aux] Rapports des correspondants locaux.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):448 févr. 1902.

  • [Introduction to] Legislation for the protection of employees in shops and stores.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (5):248-9 Jan. 1901.

  • [Introduction to] Legislation in Canada for the protection of employees on ships.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (5):286-7; 2 (6):350; 2 (7):408 Nov. 1901; Dec. 1901; Jan. 1902.

  • [Introduction to] Reports from local correspondents.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (3):132 Sept. 1901.

  • [Introduction to] Reports from local correspondents.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (7):380 Jan. 1902.

  • [Introduction to] Reports from local correspondents.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):434 Feb. 1902.

  • [Introduction to] Reports from local correspondents.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (6):261 Feb. 1901.

  • [Introduction to] Reports from local correspondents.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (8):388-9 Apr. 1901.

  • [Introduction to] Wages and hours in the carriage and wagon-making trades - Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):452 Feb. 1902.

  • The aim of the Liberal Party in Canada to-day.
    Maclean's Magazine. 34 (2):20-21, 37 Jan. 15, 1921.

  • Anti-sweating regulations in government contracts.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):5-13 Sept. 1900.

  • Application de la loi relative au travail des étrangers.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):27-8 sept. 1900.

  • Application de la résolution relative aux gages raisonnables par le ministère des Postes.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (5):292-4 nov. 1901.

  • Apprenticeship articles of Employers' Association of Toronto.
    Labour Gazette. 4 (9):899-901 Mar. 1904.

  • The arbitration award concerning the boot and shoe industry, Quebec, Que..
    Labour Gazette. 1 (6):294-7 Feb. 1901.

  • Association internationale pour la législation ouvrière.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):216-17 oct.1901.

  • Banjo and Guitar Club and Mandolin quartette through eastern Ontario.
    Saturday Night. 7 (7):3 Jan. 6, 1894.

  • La besogne du départment du Travail.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):473-80 févr. 1902.

  • British Columbia cases. Convictions under Alien Labour Act.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):242-3 Oct. 1901.

  • Bureau du travail en Ontario.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):35 sept. 1900.

  • Bureau of Labour in Ontario.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):34 Sept. 1900.

  • Canadian citizenship and the larger world.
    International Journal. 2:95 Spring 1947.

  • The Canadian Combines Investigation Act.
    Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 42:149-55 July 1912.

  • Canadian Conference of Charities and Corrections.
    Labour Gazette. 3 (4):259-60 Oct. 1902.

  • Cas de la Colombie anglaise [sic pour britannique]. Condamnation en vertu de la Loi sur le travail des étrangers.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):252 oct. 1901.

  • Conciliation au Canada, d'après la loi de 1900.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):487-92 févr. 1902.

  • Conciliation et arbitrage volontaires.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):29-35 sept. 1900.

  • Conciliation in Canada - Experience under Act, 1900.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):466-70 Feb. 1902.

  • Conférence canadienne pour la charité et la correction.
    La Gazette du travail. 3 (4):254 oct. 1902.

  • Le Congrès des métiers du travail du Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):222-33 oct. 1901.

  • Contrat d'apprentissages de l'Association des patrons de Toronto.
    La Gazette du travail. 4 (9):930-3 mars 1904.

  • Décison judiciaires récentes affectant le travail.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):248-51 oct. 1901.

  • Difficultés ouvrières à Valleyfield, Qué..
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (3):100-3 nov. 1900.

  • Difficultés ouvrières du mois de décembre.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (7):425-6 janv. 1902.

  • Difficultés ouvrières du mois de janvier.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):497-9 févr. 1902.

  • Difficultés ouvrières du mois de septembre.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):246-7 oct. 1901.

  • Difficultés ouvrières du mois de septembre.
    La Gazette du travail. 3 (4): 255-8 oct. 1902.

  • Difficultés ouvrières durant le mois de décembre.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (5):260-2 janv. 1901.

  • Difficultés ouvrières durant le mois d'octobre.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (3):120-2 nov. 1900.

  • Difficultés ouvrièrs durant le mois de janvier.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):321-3 févr. 1901.

  • Directory of labour organizations in Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (3):181-9 Sept. 1901.

  • Directory of labour organizations in Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):487 Feb. 1902.

  • Directory of labour organizations in Canada (continued).
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):243-55 Oct. 1901.

  • Enforcement of fair wages resolution by Post Office Department.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (5):282-5 Nov. 1901.

  • Enforcement of the Alien Labour Act.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):26-7 Sept. 1900.

  • The European War.
    Canadian Liberal Monthly. 1 (12):134-52 Aug. 1914.

  • Fair wages in public contract work.
    Labour Gazette. pp. 15-26 Sept. 1900.

  • Fair wages on public contract work - Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):475-81 Feb. 1902.

  • False representation to induce or deter immigrants.
    Labour Gazette. 7 (3):290-1 Sept. 1906.

  • Fausses représentations pour promouvoir ou détourner l'immigration.
    La Gazette du travail. 7 (3):290-1 sept. 1906.

  • Feu Henry A. Harper.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (6):336 déc. 1901.

  • Gages et heures dans les manufactures de cigares au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):325-9 févr. 1901.

  • Gages et heures de travail dans les métiers des métaux au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):371-8 févr. 1901.

  • Gages et heures de travail dans les métiers du bois au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (5):309-19; 2(6):355-61; 2(7):417-24 nov. 1901; déc. 1901; janv. 1902.

  • Gages et heures de travail des employés du chemin de fer au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 3 (3):178-83 sept. 1902.

  • Gages raisonnables dans les travaux publics à l'enterprise, Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):467-72 fevr. 1902.

  • Gages raisonnables pour les travaux publics par contrat.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):16-27 sept. 1900.

  • La Gazette du travail.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):1-2 sept. 1900.

  • La grève des hommes d'équipe du Chemin de fer du Pacifique canadien.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (3):178-84 sept. 1901.

  • Grève des machinistes de la Compagnie de chemin de fer du Grand Tronc.
    La Gazette du travail. 6 (5):607 nov. 1905.

  • La guerre européenne.
    Le mois Libéral canadien. 1 (12):134-48 août 1914.

  • How Canada prevents strikes.
    World's Work. 26: 438-44 Aug. 1913.

  • If I am re-elected ?.
    Maclean's Magazine. 38 (17):7, 32, 36 Sept. 1, 1926.

  • Indicateur des organisations ouvrières au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (8):503 févr. 1902.

  • Indicateur des organisations ouvrières au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (3):187-9 sept. 1901.

  • Indicateur des organisations ouvrières au Canada [suite].
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (4):251-63 oct. 1901.

  • International Association for Labour Legislation.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):226-7 Oct. 1901.

  • The International Typographical Union.
    Journal of Political Economy. pp. 458-84 Sept. 5, 1897.

  • Investigation au sujet des prétendues menées frauduleuses, en Angleterre, afin d'induire des imprimeurs à venir au Canada.
    La Gazette du Travail. 6 (10):1134-42 avril 1906.

  • Investigation of alleged fraudulent practices in England to induce printers to come to Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 6 (10):1122-30 Apr. 1906.

  • The issue as I see it.
    Maclean's Magazine. 53 (6):2ff Mar. 15, 1940.

  • The issues as I see them.
    Maclean's Magazine. 43 (14):9ff July 15, 1930.

  • The labour difficulties at Valleyfield, Que..
    Labour Gazette. 1 (3):100-3 Nov. 1900.

  • The Labour Gazette.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):1-2 Sept. 1900.

  • Labour organization in Canada - Its growth and present position. II. - The Province of Quebec.
    Labour Gazette. 3 (4): 238-46 Oct. 1902.

  • Labour unions and British industry.
    Labour Gazette. 4 (8):796-7 Feb. 1904.

  • The late Henry A. Harper.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (6):325 Dec. 1901.

  • L'attitude des libéraux [à la guerre européenne].
    Le mois Libéral canadien. 1 (12):134 août 1914.

  • Législation au Canada relative aux apprentis.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (9):492-6 mars 1902.

  • Legislation in Canada in regard to apprentices.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):470-5; 2(9), pp. 526-30 Feb./Mar. 1902.

  • The Liberal attitude [to the European War].
    Canadian Liberal Monthly. 1 (12):134 Aug. 1914.

  • L'organisation ouvrière au Canada - Sa croissance et sa position actuelle. II - La Province du Québec.
    La Gazette du travail. 3 (4):274-85 oct. 1902.

  • The National Transcontinental Railway of Canada.
    Quarterly Journal of Economics. 19:136-48 Nov. 1904.

  • Rapports de départements et de bureaux.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):36 sept. 1900.

  • Recent legal decisions affecting labour.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):239-43 Oct. 1901.

  • Règlement de la grève des faiseurs de noyaux d'après l'Acte de conciliation canadien.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (5):237-9 janv. 1901.

  • Règlement de la grève des faiseurs de pianos à Toronto d'après l'Acte de conciliation.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (7):412-13 janv. 1902.

  • Règlement de la grève des houilleurs, à Lethbridge, Alberta, sous L'Acte de médiation.
    La Gazette du travail. 7 (6):708-24 déc.1906.

  • Règlement par conciliation de la grève des fileurs de coton à Valleyfield, Qué..
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (5):285-6 nov. 1901.

  • Règlement pour supprimer le système de "sweating".
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (1):5-14 sept. 1900.

  • Reports of Departments and Bureaus.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):35 Sept. 1900.

  • The Rossland situation.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (6):362-5 Dec. 1901.

  • Sentence arbitrale concernant l'industrie des chausseurs à Québec.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):309-312 févr. 1901.

  • Settlement by conciliation of Valleyfield Spinners' strike.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (5):285-6 Nov. 1901.

  • Settlement of coremakers' strike under Canadian Conciliation Act.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (5):230-2 Jan. 1901.

  • Settlement of piano-makers' strike, Toronto, under Conciliation Act, 1900.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (7):107-408 Jan. 1902.

  • Settlement of the coal miners strike at Lethbridge, Alberta, under Conciliation Act.
    Labour Gazette. 7 (6):647-62 Dec. 1906.

  • La situation à Rossland.
    La Gazette du travail. 2 (6):373-6 déc. 1901.

  • The story of Hull House.
    Westminster. pp. 356-9, 562-75 .

  • Strike of machinists on Grand Trunk Railway.
    Labour Gazette. 6 (5):580-1 Nov. 1905.

  • The strike of the trackmen on the C.P.R. .
    Labour Gazette. 2 (3):172-8 Sept. 1901.

  • Tarif de gages et heures de travail dans les métiers et l'imprimerie au Canada.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (5):244-50 janv. 1901.

  • The Trade and Labour Congress of Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):212-22 Oct. 1901.

  • Trade disputes during month of January.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):481-3 Feb. 1902.

  • Trade disputes during September.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (4):210-11 Oct. 1901.

  • Trade disputes during the month of December.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (7):412-13 Jan. 1902.

  • Trade disputes during the month of September.
    Labour Gazette. 3 (4): 268-72 Oct. 1902.

  • Trade disputes of the month of December.
    Labout Gazette. 1 (5): 248-50 Jan. 1901.

  • Trade disputes of the month of January.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (6):306-8 Feb. 1901.

  • Trade disputes of the month of October.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (3):117-18 Nov. 1900.

  • Trade-union organization in the United States.
    Journal of Political Science. pp. 201-5 Mar. 5, 1897.

  • Unions formed during December, 1900.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (5):238-40 Jan. 1901.

  • Unions formed during month of Januay.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (6):305-6 Feb. 1901.

  • Unions formed during October, 1900.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (3):103-4 Nov. 1900.

  • Unions formées durant le mois de décembre.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (5):250-1 janv. 1901.

  • Unions formées durant le mois de janvier.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (6):320-1 févr. 1901.

  • Unions formées durant le mois d'octobre 1900.
    La Gazette du travail. 1 (3):139-40 nov. 1900.

  • Unions ouvrières et l'industrie anglaise.
    La Gazette du travail. 4 (8):823-4 févr. 1904.

  • Voluntary conciliation and arbitration.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (1):28-34 Sept. 1900.

  • Wages and hours in the cigarmaking trade.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (6):310-13 Feb. 1901.

  • Wages and hours in the metal industry, Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (7):355-62 Mar. 1901.

  • Wages and hours in the printing trades, Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 1 (5):233-9 Jan. 1901.

  • Wages and hours in the woodworking trades, Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (5):299-309; 2 (6):345-51; 2 (7):399-408 Nov. 1901; Dec. 1901; Jan. 1902.

  • Wages and hours of railway employees, Canada.
    Labour Gazette. 3 (3):165-70 Sept. 1902.

  • What is the election issue?.
    Liberty. pp. 4, 6 Mar. 23, 1940.

  • The work of the Department of Labour.
    Labour Gazette. 2 (8):459-65 Feb. 1902.


^ Multiple Authors Articles

  • The issues in this election. King, William Lyon Mackenzie, W. D. Herridge, J.S. Woodsworth and R. J. Manion
    Monetary Times. 104 (10):302ff Mar. 9, 1940.


^ Other Related Bibliographical Sources

  • The Canadian Liberal Monthly / William Lyon Mackenzie King, editor.
    Ottawa : Central Information Office of the Canadian Liberal Party; 1913-1914. Vol, 1:Sept. 1913-August 1914

  • La Gazette du travail : Le Journal du départment du Travail / William Lyon Mackenzie King, éditeur.
    Ottawa : Imprimeur du Roi; 1900-1908. 8 v.

  • The Labour Gazette: The journal of the Department of Labour / William Lyon Mackenzie King, editor.
    Ottawa : King's Printer; 1900-1908. 8 v.

  • Le mois Libéral canadien / William Lyon Mackenzie King, éditeur.
    Ottawa : Le Bureau central d'information du parti libéral canadian; 1913-1914. Vol. 1:sept. 1913-août 1914

  • W.L. Mackenzie King: a bibliograpy and research guide. Henderson, George F
    Toronto, Buffalo, London : University of Toronto Press; 1998. xxiii, 367 p.

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Additional information ^ Biographical information
Cause of Death: pneumonia
Place of Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
^ Heritage Information
Plaques, Statues, etc.:
  • Kitchener, Ontario
  • Ottawa, Ontario
    Parliament Hill
    Statue
  • Plaque at Kingsmere, Quebec
    (For inscription see FOURNIER (F5462 A1 F 680 p. 160))
  • Places, Buildings, etc.
    Named After Prime Minister:
  • Mackenzie King Island, 5048 km2, one of the central islands in the Queen Elizabeth Islands of the Arctic Archipelago.
  • Mackenzie King Village. University of Waterloo residence; welcomed its first residents in the fall of 2001.
  • Mackenzie King Bridge. On July 1, 1950, Mackenzie King Bridge was named in honour of Canada's 10th prime minister. Located near the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Historic Sites:
  • Woodside National Historic Site,
    528 Wellington Street North,
    Kitchener, Ontario
    (Boyhood home of W.L.M. King 1886-1891)
  • Laurier House National Historic Site,
    350 Laurier Avenue East,
    Ottawa, Ontario
    (House of William Lyon Mackenzie King 1923-1950)
  • Additional Information
    on Historic Sites:

    KINGSMERE, Quebec, a property left to the nation by former PM William Lyon Mackenzie KING (although it is not named for him, but an early pioneer family), is administered by the NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION. Located in Gatineau Park 12 km from Gatineau, Quebec. It began as a small lakefront property purchased by King in 1903. It grew over the years into an estate of some 240 ha where King would walk his guests - among whom were the Duke of Windsor and Winston Churchill - over miles of nature trails and where from May to October he conducted much of the nation's business. It included 5 country homes, barns, garages, gardens and the Moorside ruins, a peculiar collection of materials from old Ottawa buildings. "The Farm" is the residence of the Speaker of the House of Commons.

    LAURIER HOUSE, 335 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, Ontario see LAURIER, Sir Wilfrid

    WOODSIDE NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK, Kitchener, Ontario

    Woodside, the boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's 10th prime minister, was built in 1853 on spacious tree-covered grounds in Kitchener. The recollections of Mackenzie King guided Parks Canada's restoration of Woodside to the period of the early 1890s when the King family lived here. It became a National Historic Park in 1954.

    Woodside was leased to John King, a lawyer of means, from 1886 to 1893. His wife, Isabel, was the daughter of William Lyon Mackenzie, leader of the abortive Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada (Ontario). The Kings' four children, the second of whom was William (Willie), held fond memories of the time they lived at Woodside, although the family never owned the property. Mackenzie King recalled years later that the years spent in this rambling mid-Victorian house "left the most abiding of all impressions" on him.

    Guides in period costume interpret the historic home and its furnishings, and a modern exhibit illustrates the story of Mackenzie King. Woodside National Historic Park is open year-round.

    Mailing address for more information:

    Woodside National Historic Park
    528 Wellington Street North
    Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5L5
    (519) 742-5273

    (Historic Guide to Canada's National Historic Parks)

    Other Information: First Among Equals -- The Prime Minister in Canadian Life and Politics
    (National Library of Canada and Library and Archives Canada)
    Details of Interest Longest total duration as PM in the whole of the Commonwealth

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