Green, Howard Charles

GREEN, Howard Charles, lawyer, politician (b 5 Nov 1895, Kaslo; d 26 June 1989, Vancouver). After graduating from Osgoode Hall law school in Ontario, he was called to the BC bar in 1922 and began practising in VANCOUVER. He was first elected to the federal House of Commons for the Conservatives in 1935 and held his seat for the next 28 years. In 1942 he ran for the leadership of the party, finishing well behind the winner, John Bracken; he did not try again, content to be a prominent front...

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