A recent addition to the nominal role. Recruited in 68th Overseas Depot Battery, Vancouver. Transferred to 2nd Canadian Tank Battalion in World War 1. After the war taught history before joining the Federal Government. Department of External Affairs, Japan; prepared 1939 royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth; Assistant Under-Secretary of State for External Affairs 1941; Canadian ambassador to Mexico 1944; Commissioner of the Northwest Territories 1947; deputy minister of mines and resources; director general of the United Nations' Technical Assistance Administration 1950; chairman of the British Columbia Power Commission 1959; co-chairman at the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 1962; Chancellor and Chairman of the Board of Governors of Notre Dame University College 1969; made a Companion of the Order of Canada "for service at the United Nations and in public administration” 1969; recipient of the Pearson Medal of Peace 1982
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