People from Newfoundland: Danny Williams, E. J. Pratt, Natasha Henstridge, Rick Hillier, Robert Dyer, Brad Brown, David French, Shannon Tweed

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People from Newfoundland: Danny Williams, E. J. Pratt, Natasha Henstridge, Rick Hillier, Robert Dyer, Brad Brown, David French, Shannon Tweed

Format: Paperback

Pages: 44 pages

Language: English

ISBN: 9781157552765

Published: August 15th 2011

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Danny Williams, E. J. Pratt, Natasha Henstridge, Rick Hillier, Robert Dyer, Brad Brown, David French, Shannon Tweed, Beaton Squires, Robert Bartlett, Ryane Clowe, Shanawdithit, Richard Brothers, Beaton Tulk, Jerry Mercer, Clyde Wells, Moya Greene, Alan Doyle, Naboth Winsor, Tom Rideout, Rob Furlong, Benjamin Bowring, Alex Faulkner, Joan Cook, Joanne Kelly, Demasduit, Frank Borland, Thomas Ricketts, Ann Harvey, Scott Simms, Avalon Roberts, David Blackwood, Sylvester Joe, William Colston, Jim Payne, Robert Gillespie Reid, Edward Maddin, Brian O'Dea, James Downey, Henry Crout, Andre Noble, Darren Langdon, Sandy Collins, Harry Hibbs, Clarence Gosse, Edgar L. McCoubrey, Christa Borden, Philip Moore, Eric Blackwood, Alexander Murray, Georgina Stirling, Daniel Woodley Prowse, William Grey, 9th Earl of Stamford, Ralph Hawkins, Frances Cluett, Jamie Murphy, Danielle House, Wilson Kettle, Peter Troake, Desmond McGrath, Ted Williams, Adele Fifield, Francis Lucas, William James Herder, Wayne Collins, Noel Jeddore, John Clinch, Bob Gladney, Paul Oram, Lester Burry, Abram Kean Jr., Rex Yetman, Johnny Burke, Louise Feltham, Harold R. Steele, Peter Jeddore. Excerpt: Daniel E. "Danny" Williams, QC, MHA (born August 4, 1949) is a Canadian politician, businessman and lawyer who served as the ninth Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador between November 6, 2003, and December 3, 2010. Williams was born and raised in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Before entering politics Williams was a highly successful lawyer and businessman. After becoming Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2001, he was elected to the House of Assembly in a by-election for the district of Humber West in Corner Brook. Williams' premiership was considered controversial outside of Newfoundland and Labrador. Events such as o...