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  Robert Manion Information
Robert James Manion, PC, MC (November 19, 1881, Pembroke, Ontario - July 2, 1943, Ottawa) was leader of the Conservative Party of Canada from 1938 until 1940.
Bennett appointed Manion Minister of Railways and Canals.
According to historian Roy Piovesana, Manion's loss was partly attributable to his failure to cultivate his Fort William riding.
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  Robert James Manion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert James Manion (November 19, 1881 Pembroke, Ontario - July 2, 1943 Ottawa, Ontario) was a physician and Canadian politician.
Bennett appointed Manion Minister of Railways and Canals.
In the March 1940 general election, Manion's Tories campaigned under the name "National Government" with the platform of forming a wartime coalition government.
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 Obituary: Robert Paul Manion, champion of Mt. Washington's young people
Robert Paul Manion devoted many of his 62 years to young people and sports, bringing his two favorite interests together to make the community a better place.
Manion worked for the City Parks and Recreation Department from 1959 to 1966, and then for the National Valve Co. in Lawrenceville until retiring in 1983.
Manion is survived by a brother, Patrick, of Dallas, and nephews Patrick and Mike of Pittsburgh.
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 Robert Manion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Robert James Manion (1881-1943) was a Canadian politician andphysician and leader of the Canadian Conservative Party.
Manion entered the House ofCommons through a by-election in 1938 and campaigned against conscription despite the fact that he had joined the Unionists in 1917 because he favoured the draft.
In the March 1940 general election Manion's Tories campaigned under the name National Government with the platform offorming a wartime coalition government but the renamedTories were unable to make any gains from their 1935 result and Manion failed to win his seat leading to his resignation as party leader two months later.
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Manion is becoming impatient and wonders where Callie is. Jimmy hopes that she isn’t coming and Manion reminds him that he saw Callie outside from the upstairs window.
Robert looks on as the young artist signs the last line and announces she is a now a recording artist.
Manion pulls out a gun and tells Robert, “Whoever you are, you’ll regret this night.” Robert’s eyes fill with fear as Manion pulls the trigger and the bullet hits him in the gut.
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 EIU Presidental Search
Manion said that he anticipates the search will take approximately six months to complete and that the committee will be prepared to announce/appoint the next president sometime in April 2002.
Search Committee Chair Robert C. Manion of Hinsdale, a member of Eastern's Board of Trustees and president of the EIU Alumni Association, will incorporate the suggested modifications into the draft documents and present the revisions to committee members during their next meeting Tuesday, Oct. 30, which will also be held via conference call.
Manion said he anticipates the search to take approximately six months to complete and that the committee will be prepared to announce/appoint the next president sometime in April 2002.
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 Robert James Manion - Wikipédia
Robert James Manion (19 novembre 1881 Pembroke (Ontario) - 2 juillet 1943 Ottawa) fut un médecin et homme politique canadien, leader du Parti conservateur du Canada 1938-1940.
D'origine irlandaise, Manion fait ses études en médicine à l'université Queens, Kingston (Ontario) et à Édimbourg avant de s'installer à Fort William (Ontario) où ses parents habitent depuis 1888.
Manion rentre dans la Chambre des communes en 1938 suite à une élection partielle.
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 Michael Manion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
American composer of mostly chamber and electroacoustic works that have been performed throughout Europe and the USA; he is also active as a percussionist.
Manion studied composition with Randolph Coleman, Dary John Mizelle and Gary Lee Nelson at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music from 1974-77, where he earned his BMus, and composition with Ben Johnston and Salvatore Martirano at the University of Illinois from 1978-80 and there earned his MMus.
He also attended seminars with Robert Ashley at Mills College in 1977-78 and with Mauricio Kagel at the Musikhochschule Köln in 1980-81 and studied composition with Jonathan Harvey at the University of Sussex from 1985-88.
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 Ilion Jr./Sr. High School Alumni | General News | Memorials 2001
Manion was active in Scouting and at one time served as commissioner of the Girl Scouts.
Johnston is survived by a daughter, Florence J. Brooks of Mohawk; a grandson and his wife, Robert and Jane Brooks, of New York City; a granddaughter and her husband, Sally Ann and Randy Lollman, of Bouckville, NY; two great-grandchildren; and a nephew and his wife, William and Marilyn Slaughter, of Ilion.
Whittemore is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Jeffery and Phyllis Whittemore of Dolgeville; a brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Betty Lou Whittemore of Oswego; several nieces and nephews and grand-nieces and grand-nephews.
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 Manion Family Genealogy Forum
Re: Manion's of Dunlap, Iowa - Colleen Raven 8/10/00
Re: Manion's of Dunlap, Iowa - Kayleen Papin 11/06/00
Re: Manion's of Dunlap, Iowa - Colleen Raven 11/06/00
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 Manion, Robert James
Manion, Robert James, politician, physician (b at Pembroke, Ont 19 Nov 1881; d at Ottawa 2 July 1943).
After receiving a medical degree at Trinity College (Toronto) in 1904, Manion continued training in Edinburgh until 1906, then returned to Fort William, Ontario, where he was elected alderman 1913-14.
Manion won a by-election in London later that year and opposed CONSCRIPTION after WWII broke out.
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 Roberto James Manion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manion perdió su asiento para la primera vez cuando los tories de Bennett perdieron la elección 1935.
A pesar de no tener un asiento, Manion ganó a convención de la dirección del conservador 1938 en esperanzas que su catholicism y matrimonio a un France's-Canadiense ayudarían al partido en Quebec en donde la opinión de los tories como siendo orangemen contra-Franceses y contra-Cato'licos lastimados sus perspectivas.
Manion entró en la Cámara de los Comunes con una por-eleccio'n en 1938 e hizo campaña contra el reclutamiento a pesar de el hecho de que él había ensamblado a unionistas en 1917 porque él favoreció el bosquejo.
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 Robert James Manion -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Of Irish descent, Manion studied medicine at (Click link for more info and facts about Queen's University, Kingston) Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario and at Edinburgh before settling in his hometown of (Click link for more info and facts about Fort William, Ontario) Fort William, Ontario where his parents had lived since 1888.
However, the economic crisis of the (The economic crisis beginning with the stock market crash in 1929 and continuing through the 1930s) Great Depression destroyed the Bennett government, and Manion, with many others, lost his seat in the (Click link for more info and facts about 1935 election) 1935 election.
Manion entered the (The lower house of the British parliament) House of Commons through a (Click link for more info and facts about by-election) by-election in 1938.
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 EIU BITS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In addition to the open session, Appleberry is meeting individually with the interim president and his direct reports, as well as with select constituency groups representing administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni, the EIU Foundation and the community.
Search Committee Chair Robert C. Manion said comments made during these meetings will be summarized in a report to the search committee, which will also be shared with constituents and serious prospects for the presidency.
Manion said the timeline for the six-month presidential search is still on track with a chief executive officer being named sometime in April 2002.
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 Manion, Robert James
Manion, Robert James, homme politique, médecin (Pembroke, Ont., 19 nov. 1881 -- Ottawa, 2 juill.
Manion gagne au cours d'une élection partielle dans London plus tard la même année et s'oppose à la CONSCRIPTION après le déclenchement de la Deuxième Guerre mondiale.
Outre la défaite du premier ministre provincial Duplessis en octobre 1939 qui prive Manion d'une entrée solide au Québec, l'hostilité des Conservateurs de Toronto partisans de la ligne dure à l'égard de sa politique anti-conscription contribue aux piètres résultats du parti aux élections de mars 1940.
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 John Diefenbaker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He also lost an attempt to retain the leadership at the 1967 leadership convention and was defeated by Nova Scotia Premier Robert Stanfield.
He led the national Progressive Conservative Party of Canada from 1956-1967, and was Prime Minister of Canada from June 21, 1957 to April 22, 1963.
Although Diefenbaker stood as a candidate for the leadership, he was defeated by Nova Scotia Premier Robert Stanfield.
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 EIU BITS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Robert Manion, BOT member, has been asked to continue to serve as chair of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee.
Manion noted that "Although disappointing, the fact that we did not come to closure is not a failure.
Robert Manion of Hinsdale will serve as vice chair, while Roger Dettro of Mattoon will resume his role of secretary.
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 Unsettling times: See a dentist - billingsgazette.com
Robert Manion began his dental practice in his hometown of Anaconda in the late 1950s but when the economy there slumped, he started looking elsewhere.
Manion planted roots in Circle, raising a family and serving on local boards and in his church.
Some of Manion's patients were upset when he retired, leaving them to look elsewhere for a new dentist.
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 EIU BITS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manion said Academic Search specializes in filling the chief executive and chief academic officer positions in higher education, unlike other search firms that deal with a number of positions.
Manion said advertisements announcing Eastern's presidential vacancy are currently being placed in The Chronicle of Higher Education and other publications, and a presidential search Web site is being developed.
According to the committee's timetable, the first round of preliminary off-campus interviews with its choices of top candidates would not begin until February, after the committee and search firm have had sufficient time to review applications and nominations, which are due by Jan. 7.
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 Robert Manion Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Robert James Manion - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Liberal-Unionist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liberal-Unionists were supporters of the Liberal Party of Canada who, as a result of the Conscription Crisis of 1917 rejected Sir Wilfrid Laurier's leadership and supported the coalition Unionist government of Sir Robert Borden.
After the war, most Liberal-Unionists rejoined the Liberal Party despite efforts by Borden and Arthur Meighen to make the coalition permanent by renaming the Conservative party the National Liberal and Conservative Party.
Several Liberal-Unionists ended up staying with the Conservatives including Hugh Guthrie and Robert Manion.
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 CANADIAN FEDERAL ELECTION, 1940 FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In response to this, the Conservative Party of Robert_Manion ran on a platform advocating the creation of an all-party national_unity_government and ran under the name "National Government" in this election.
Though Manion was personally opposed to conscription, the Liberals faced intense pressure in Quebec on the question and promised not to institute the measure.
This promise was to haunt the Liberals as they faced increasing pressure from the military and especially from English Canada to bring in the measure.
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 Computing Canada: Software and services beginning to overlap as service market booms - Review and Forecast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
However, Robert Manion, managing partner at Andersen Consulting Canada of Toronto, says most service businesses tend to be impacted as a result of a bad economy.
Manion sees outsourcing as a major trend for the future.
Manion announced that Andersen Consulting will be opening a new Systems Management Centre in Manila, Philippines, this January 1991.
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 La Follette School - Faculty and Staff
Melanie Manion is Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs.
In 2002, she was an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics at Georgetown University Law Center.
Professor Manion is author of Corruption by Design: Building Clean Government in Mainland China and Hong Kong, 2004, and Retirement of Revolutionaries in China: Public Policies, Social Norms, Private Interests, 1993.
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 January 17, 2000 - Goulds Pumps - ITT Industries Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manion joined Goulds Pumps in 1981 as a district engineer.
He held positions at Goulds that included: sales engineer, branch manager, chemical market manager, director of strategic accounts and vice president of USA direct sales.
An avid golfer, Manion was born and currently lives in Geneva, New York with his wife Sally and their four children.
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 Conservative Party of Canada (historical)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Free trade was the major issue of the 1911 Canadian election1911 election that swept Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Liberals from power and put Robert Borden at the head of a new Tory administration which emphasised a revitalised National Policy/ and links to Britain.
The Tories fought the 1940 Canadian election1940 election under Robert ManionRobert J. Manion but, despite running under a new name - ''National Government (Canada)National Government'' (the Tories were advocating a wartime coalition government, an attempt to repeat Borden's 'Union government') they again won only 40 seats.
In desperation, the Tories again turned to Arthur Meighen for leadership but Meighen was trounced by the CCF when he attempted to enter the House of Commons in a February 1942 by-election in York South and his party's agitation for a re-enactment of conscription in World War II only further alienated Quebec from the Conservatives.
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