Arthur Meighen Cairn
Prime Minister of Canada, 1920-1921, and again from June to September 1926, Arthur Meighen was born in Ontario. As a young man he moved west to practice law. First elected to the House of Commons in 1908 to represent Portage la Prairie, he became a skilled parliamentarian and later gained an unchallenged reputation as the ablest debater of his generation in Canadian politics. He led the Liberal Conservative Party, 1920-1926, and in 1941 briefly resumed the leadership. He died in Toronto. His plaque was erected by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.
Cache contains log book, and a FTF certificate will be emailed as a pdf file. Please bring your own writing stick.