William Alexander Weir
See also: Weir
BiographyHe studies with the High School of Montreal and with the Université McGill and is allowed with the Barreau of Quebec in 1881. He begins his career in Droit and written in the Montreal Star.
Named Minister without portfolio in 1903 by the Prime Minister Simon-Napoleon Relative. In 1905, it resigns of the Council of Ministers with Lomer Gouin and Adélard Turgeon to oblige Parent to resign.
When Gouin becomes Prime Minister in 1905, it is named minister without portfolio, president of the Parliament, public work and Minister for Labor and provincial treasurer.
AnecdoteHe is also the brother of Robert Stanley Weir, which composed the English words of the O Canada
- Argenteuil (provincial district)
- Government Simon-Napoleon Relative
- Government Lomer Gouin
- Liberal party of Quebec
External bonds and documents
- William Alexander Weir - National Assembly of Quebec
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