Inazō Nitobe, Mary Elkington Nitobe, and little Yosho, near Glacier House, British Columbia, 1898. Source. Nitobe was the first director of the League of Nations committee that eventually became UNESCO, and had his picture on the 5000 yen note. He was born in Morioka and died in Victoria, B.C., two cities that are now twinned in his honour.
The Fathers of Confederation pose before Government House, the Lieutenant-Governor's residence in Charlottetown, September 1864, and not Province House, the provincial legislature, which is a stone building.
The Penshaw Monument in Sunderland, England, is a replica of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens and was built in honour of John Lambton, Ist Earl of Durham, Governor General of British North America in 1838-39 and author of the Durham Report, which said the French Canadians had no history of their own. He died in this date in 1840.
Perry Friedman (1935-1995) was a Canadian folksinger who spent most of his career after 1959 in East Germany, except for a spell in the early 1970s when he returned to Canada and worked for the CBC. Read about him at The GDR Objectified. Listen to "Ich trage eine Fahne".