Freedom Fighters of Canada: Top Canadian Leaders


Canada falls under the fastest growing and developing country in the world. Everything in this country has been achieved because of the fight back given by the freedom fighters.

Let us look who are the following freedom fighters:

Wilfrid Laurier:

Wilfrid Laurier

Born in Saint-Lin on November 20, 1841, he had studied law and order for the welfare of the country. He opened a law office in Arthabaska. Wilfrid Laurier began his political career as an Arthbaska team member in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec as a member of Arthabaska in the Quebec Legislative Assembly from 1871 to 1874. He has been known for his visit to the federal scene.

The liberals of Quebec and the PM of Canada at that time had honored him for doing this great work for his own country. Later then, he became the ambassador for the Quebec-Est from 1878 to 1919. Unfortunately, he died in the same year.

Crerar Harry:

Crerar Harry

Before the starting of his military career, he was working with a government company as an Engineer. He had also graduated from a reputed Canadian College and School in the town of Hamilton during the early ’90s.

Just after his engineering career, he decided to quit his job and serve the nation. He also went to the Military College in Kingston, Ontario. He was appointed as a Field artillery officer in the First World War. In 1923, he entered the Staff College of Camberley in England.

He has created an envoy sent to the general district of the Canadian Navy to London. The equipment, quarters and training programs must be ready for the arrival of the troops. Esta was called back to Ottawa by the chief to become adjuncts of the general staff.

Sir Robert Borden:

Sir Robert Borden

He was known to be one of the very hard working Prime Minister of Canada. He was a Prime minister from 1911 to 1920. Sir Robert Borden was also known for being a leader and freedom fighter in the war. He had been engaged in making a strong army team for the war along with handling social and other communal tensions with other countries.

He was the one who had a vision of making the Industrial and Military powers of Canada stronger which can greatly benefit the country. He had been known for his sharp and quick actions which will be great efforts for the nation. These actions majorly were seen in the sectors of military, farming and industries.

Major Currie:

Major Currie

Currie commanding the Canadian Corps from June 1917 to its dismantling at the end of 1919. From military officer to division commander, Currie had never commanded anything more important than a regiment at the time of the outbreak of war in 1914.

Obtained in September 1915, the mandate of the 1st Canadian Division and the director of competition for the next two years. Currie was not a charismatic leader and he did not have warm relationships with his soldiers. He carefully studied the lessons of recent battles and sought to apply them in his command.