Leader of the Opposition [multiple media (some electronic)]
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Leader of the Opposition [multiple media (some electronic)]Hierarchical level:SeriesDate:1990-1994.Reference:R11344-4-8-EType of material:Textual material, Art, Objects (including medals and pins), Moving images, Sound recordingsFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:3689766
Record Information – DetailsSeries includes:4 lower level description(s)View lower level description(s)Date(s):1990-1994.Place of creation:CanadaExtent:62.95 m of textual records.
1 badge : embroidered
1 watercolour : matted ; 20.5 x 20.5 cm.
17 videocassettes (11h, 29min); VHS, Betacam, Betacam SP
80 audio cassettes (48h, 14 min)Language of material:EnglishAdded language of material:English, FrenchScope and content:This series documents the Right Honourable Jean Chrétien's activities when he was Leader of the Official Opposition Liberals (formal title: Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition / l'Opposition Loyale de Sa Majesté), a position he held during the second mandate of the Progressive Conservative government of the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney. More specifically, Jean Chrétien, who succeeded the Right Honourable John Turner as Liberal Party leader on June 23, 1990, held this position from December 21, 1990, until the general election of October 25, 1993 (which the Liberal Party of Canada won). Jean Chrétien was officially sworn in as Prime Minister on November 4, 1993.
The Leader of the Opposition series is divided into four (4) sub-series: Leader of the Opposition Correspondence, Chief of Staff of the Leader of the Opposition, Principal Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition, and Recordings of the Leader of the Opposition.Finding aid no.:Finding aid:Additional information:Conservation:The records of this series are in excellent general condition, and robust measures were taken to preserve them: all metal pieces were removed, newspaper clippings were removed and replaced with photocopies, records in a fragile state of preservation were also photocopied, etc. Lastly, records were removed from their original folders and placed in acid-free folders.Related material:See Office of the Prime Minister - Correspondence series.Source:Private
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