Mackenzie, Jonathan Experienced software engineer / team lead Java C C++ GUI web systems business scientific and engineering applications. http://www.geocities.com/jmackenzie.geo/index.html
The MACKENZIE RIVER "Great Canadian Rivers" mackenzieRiverHome. the mackenzie River Like a gentle giant, Deh Cho, the great mackenzie River, rules serenely over the waterways of the great northwest. http://www.greatcanadianrivers.com/rivers/mack/mack-home.html
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KING-BYNG AFFAIR Letter from William Lyon mackenzie King to Governor General Byng, 28 June 1926. http://victoria.tc.ca/history/etext/king.position.byng.html
Extractions: October 1993 2 3 King-Byng Affair 4 William Lyon Mackenzie King's Position on the 5 Constitutional Authority of the Prime 6 Minister 7 8 ...edited by Marijan Salopek 9 10 ============================= 11 12 Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to Governor General Byng, 13 28 June 1926 14 15 Your Excellency having declined to accept my advice to place 16 your signature to the Order-in-Council with reference to a 17 dissolution of parliament, which I have placed before you to-day, 18 I hereby tender to Your Excellency my resignation as Prime 19 Minister of Canada. 20 Your Excellency will recall that in our recent conversations 21 relative to dissolution I have on each occasion suggested to Your 22 Excellency, as I have again urged this morning, that having 23 regard to the possible very serious consequences of a refusal of 24 the advice of your First Minister to dissolve parliament you 25 should, before definitely deciding on this step, cable the 26 Secretary of State for the Dominions asking the British 27 Government, from whom you have come to Canada under instructions, 28 what, in the opinion of the Secretary of State for the Dominions, 29 your course should be in the event of the Prime Minister 30 presenting you with an Order-in-Council having reference to 31 dissolution. 32 As a refusal by a Governor-General to accept the advice of a 33 Prime Minister is a serious step at any time, and most serious 34 under existing conditions in all parts of the British Empire to- 35 day, there will be raised, I fear, by the refusal on Your 36 Excellency's part to accept the advice tendered a grave 37 constitutional question without precedent in the history of Great 38 Britain for a century, and in the history of Canada since 39 Confederation. 40 If there is anything which, having regard to my 41 responsibilities as Prime Minister, I can even yet do to avert 42 such a deplorable and, possibly, far-reaching crisis, I shall be 43 glad to do so, and shall be pleased to have my resignation 44 withheld at Your Excellency's request pending the time it may be 45 necessary for Your Excellency to communicate with the Secretary 46 of State for the Dominions. 47 48 Source: 49 Public Archives of Canada, King Papers, Letter from William 50 Lyon Mackenzie King to Governor General Byng, 28 June 1926. 51 =============================== 52 53
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1942 King Plebiscite Text of a radio address made by Prime Minister mackenzie King during the plebiscite campaign on conscription. http://www.canchan.ca/cantext/speech2/1942kipl.html
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Extractions: MACKENZIE CONSULTING SINGAPORE THE ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING PROFESSIONALS (now part of Aberdeen Consulting Singapore) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Financial reporting is MACKENZIE CONSULTING SINGAPORE's product - financial reporting is critical to any business. Large companies can afford to hire an accountant or book-keeper, but the proprietors of smaller businesses have to try and find time to do the bookkeeping as well as attend to customers, supervise staff and undertake all of the other tasks required to ensure that the business prospers. In many small businesses, the critically important task of cash management is often neglected. Without accurate and timely financial reports, a business proprietor is very difficult to know whether the business is making profits. It is the need for a cost-effective solution to small business financial reporting that MACKENZIE CONSULTING SINGAPORE aims to satisy. Businesses are more likely to suceed by concentrating on their core activities and sub contracting or outsourcing the other aspects of their business.
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Speech By William Lyon Mackenzie King A speech entitled Temperance and a Total War Effort given by Prime Minister mackenzie King on Dec. 16, 1942. http://collections.ic.gc.ca/discourspm/anglais/wlmk/1612942e.html
Extractions: From the outset of the war, the Canadian people have clearly shown that it is their desire to help in every way to make Canada's war effort as effective as possible. To every appeal, whether for fighting men, for financial assistance, for war industries, for medical supplies, for auxiliary services, for civil defence and air raid precautions, for blood donations, for voluntary rationing, for salvage and conservation, or for any of the hundreds of other ways in which the individual citizen can serve, the response of the majority of our people has been splendid. Old and young, in all walks of life, are not only willing but eager to make their contribution to the winning of the war. From all quarters of the Dominion, men and women continue to ask of the government : What can I do to help the war effort ? Tonight, I wish at least in one particular, to answer that question, and in so doing to make an appeal for yet another kind of personal service. Like other forms of service, this one involves a measure of self-denia, and even more, perhaps, of self-discipline. Self-denial and self-discipline, however, will be recognized as the outstanding qualities of a good soldier. From the service I have in mind no one can be debarred because of age, physical disability, lack of opportunity, or for any other reason. I refer to temperance in the use of alcoholic beverages as a contribution to a total war effort. Here is a way in which everyone in Canada can help.