John Walter Grant MacEwan, OC AOE (August 12, 1902 – June 15, 2000) was a farmer, Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Dean of Agriculture at the University of Manitoba, the 28th Mayor of Calgary and both a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) and the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, Canada. MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta and the MacEwan Student Centre at the University of Calgary as well as the neighbourhoods of MacEwan Glen in Calgary and MacEwan in Edmonton are named after him.

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  • John Walter Grant MacEwan, OC AOE (August 12, 1902 – June 15, 2000) was a farmer, Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Dean of Agriculture at the University of Manitoba, the 28th Mayor of Calgary and both a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) and the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, Canada. MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta and the MacEwan Student Centre at the University of Calgary as well as the neighbourhoods of MacEwan Glen in Calgary and MacEwan in Edmonton are named after him. (en)
  • John Walter Grant MacEwan, OC, AOE (* 12. August 1902 bei Brandon, Manitoba; † 15. Juni 2000 in Calgary, Alberta) war ein kanadischer Politiker, Publizist und Agrarwissenschaftler. 1963 bis 1965 war er Bürgermeister von Calgary, von 1966 bis 1974 Vizegouverneur der Provinz Alberta. (de)
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  • John Walter Grant MacEwan (en)
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  • Member of theLegislative Assembly of Alberta
  • Lieutenant Governor of Alberta
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  • 9th
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  • I believe that the God of Nature must be without prejudice, with exactly the same concern for all of His children, and that the human invokes no more, no less of fatherly love than the beaver or the sparrow.
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  • Excerpt from The MacEwan Creed, 1969
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  • Phyllis W. Cline
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  • John Walter Grant MacEwan, OC AOE (August 12, 1902 – June 15, 2000) was a farmer, Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Dean of Agriculture at the University of Manitoba, the 28th Mayor of Calgary and both a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) and the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, Canada. MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta and the MacEwan Student Centre at the University of Calgary as well as the neighbourhoods of MacEwan Glen in Calgary and MacEwan in Edmonton are named after him. (en)
  • John Walter Grant MacEwan, OC, AOE (* 12. August 1902 bei Brandon, Manitoba; † 15. Juni 2000 in Calgary, Alberta) war ein kanadischer Politiker, Publizist und Agrarwissenschaftler. 1963 bis 1965 war er Bürgermeister von Calgary, von 1966 bis 1974 Vizegouverneur der Provinz Alberta. (de)
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