Lord Elgin: Voice of the People

Lord Elgin: Voice of the People

| 28 min

This short film tells the story of Lord Elgin, a man’s whose faith in a nation’s right to self-determination was stronger than the threat of the mob or his own fear of failure. Successor to Lord Durham, he established the principles on which Canadian government stands today.

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  • director
    Julian Biggs
  • producer
    Thomas Farley
  • executive producer
    Guy Glover
  • script
    Charles Cohen
  • photography
    John Gunn
  • sound
    Claude Pelletier
  • sound editing
    Stuart Baker
  • re-recording
    Ron Alexander
  • music
    Robert Fleming
  • cast
    Andrew Allen
    Robert Goodier
    Michael Kane
    Sandra Scott
    Lucien Watier
    Alexander Webster

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