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    "WHY DOESN'T SOMEBODY TELL JOE CLARK THAT A MINISTERIAL SUMMIT IS JUST A FIGURE OF SPEECH?".

    Date:
    August 29, 1979
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    "WHY DOESN'T SOMEBODY TELL JOE CLARK THAT A MINISTERIAL SUMMIT IS JUST A FIGURE OF SPEECH?". an original editorial cartoon depicting a 
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  2. 2

    "MUSKRAT! MINK! CHINCHILLA! NOW QUIT GIVIN' ME DIRTY LOOKS!".

    Date:
    1971-1972 ?
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    "MUSKRAT! MINK! CHINCHILLA! NOW QUIT GIVIN' ME DIRTY LOOKS!". an original editorial cartoon depicting a woman, wearing a fur coat and hat, yelling at a 
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    Archives / Collections and Fonds
  3. 3

    MINISTER OF TRANSPORT.

    Date:
    March 11, 1975
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    MINISTER OF TRANSPORT. an original editorial cartoon depicting Transport Minister Jean Marchand in the guise of a crocodile - shedding 'crocodile' tears 
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  4. 4

    IF IT WEREN'T FOR SOUTH AFRICA, THIS WOULD BE SUCH A PERFECT WORLD..

    Date:
    July 18, 1986
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    IF IT WEREN'T FOR SOUTH AFRICA, THIS WOULD BE SUCH A PERFECT WORLD.. an original editorial cartoon depicting over a dozen dirty old pots in a 
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  5. 5

    Ah... there's nothing here about... Senate Reform...

    Date:
    June-18-92
    Reference:
    R12283-796-8-E. Volume/box number: 23.
    Art. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Ah... there's nothing here about... Senate Reform... Original editorial cartoon depicting Joe Clark as a prophet holding a tablet of commandments in his hands
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  6. 6

    "I TOLD YOU ABIGAIL, EVERYBODY WEST OF WINNIPEG DRESSES LIKE THIS...".

    Date:
    1971-1972 ?
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    "I TOLD YOU ABIGAIL, EVERYBODY WEST OF WINNIPEG DRESSES LIKE THIS ...". an original editorial cartoon depicting a sedate couple getting off a plane to 
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  7. 7

    "...AND WHAT KIND OF MOOD DO YOU THINK YOU'D BE IN IF YOU WENT FROM THE BEST FRENCH CUISINE TO TV DINNERS?".

    Date:
    1973 ?
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    "...AND WHAT KIND OF MOOD DO YOU THINK YOU'D BE IN IF YOU WENT FROM THE BEST FRENCH CUISINE TO TV DINNERS?". an original editorial 
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  8. 8

    Why couldn't you have waited until at least Saturday to start warming up!

    Date:
    November-26-82
    Reference:
    R12283-100-0-E. Volume/box number: 2.
    Art. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Why couldn't you have waited until at least Saturday to start warming up! Original editorial cartoon depicting a woman talking to a man who is passed out on the 
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  9. 9

    Agent Orange.

    Date:
    January-21-82
    Reference:
    R12283-169-3-E. Volume/box number: 3.
    Art. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Agent Orange. Original editorial cartoon depicting Rev. Ian Paisley hiding a handgun behind a bible that he holds in his bleeding right hand. Beside him is his 
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  10. 10

    HOW DO YOU SPELL CHARISMA?

    Date:
    December 21, 1980
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    HOW DO YOU SPELL CHARISMA? an original editorial cartoon depicting Joe Clark writing a letter to Santa in which he is going to ask for a little "charisma" 
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