5 Tag Results for industrialist

George Frederick Galt

Galt served in Ottawa for four years, refused remuneration for this work, and declined a knighthood.

Sir Joseph Wesley Flavelle

Flavelle's post-war reputation as a master of business and public service quickly overpowered the lingering whiffs from the bacon scandal.

Sir Frank Wilton Baillie

Baillie brought the practices of corporate capitalism to the rapidly expanding state administration of economic and social life in Canada.

Robert Magill

He was immediately caught up in the crisis precipitated by the poor wheat crop of 1916 and the British demand for large quantities of Canadian grain.

Gordon Morton McGregor

In the opening months of World War I, he was positioned to become the most important cog in the Border Cities’ civilian war effort.