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Sir Hector Langevin


Kevin Taylor

on 15 December 2011

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Transcript of Sir Hector Langevin

Sir Hector Langevin Sir Hector Langevin was born in Quebec City on August 25, 1826, and died on June 11, 1906. Sir Hector Langevin became a lawyer and was called to the bar of Lower Canada in 1850.
This is Sir Hector Langevin. At the Charlottetown and Quebec conference, he was a vocal defender of Quebec's interests, and was especially valuable at the London conference. Sir Hector Langevin was the son of Jean Langevin and Sophie Laforce. Jean and Sophie Langevin and 13 chirldren, but only 5 boys and 2 girls survived. When forming confederation, Sir Hector Langevin rejected any measures that would dismantle French Canada's different customs, manners and laws. He believed the federal system was the best way to perserve French Canadian traditions and culture and to ensure political equality with the rest of Canada.
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