The Canadian Leaders ClipArt gallery includes 28 portraits of premiers, governors, prime ministers, and other political leaders of Canada.

(1804-1858) Canadian statesman and Deputy Premier.

Robert Baldwin

(1804-1858) Canadian statesman and Deputy Premier.

(1833-1912) Canadian statesman, privy council and queen's council member, and Premier of Ontario, Canada.

Edward Blake

(1833-1912) Canadian statesman, privy council and queen's council member, and Premier of Ontario, Canada.

(1833-1912) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons

Hon. Edward Blake

(1833-1912) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons

(1818-1880) A Canadian statesman.

George Brown

(1818-1880) A Canadian statesman.

(1814-1873) Canadian statesman known as a Father of Confederation.

Sir Georges Etienne Cartier

(1814-1873) Canadian statesman known as a Father of Confederation.

(1567-1635) French explorer and founder of Quebec.

Samuel Champlain

(1567-1635) French explorer and founder of Quebec.

(1836-1915) Appointed lieutenant Governor of Ontario in 1903.

Sir William Mortimer Clark

(1836-1915) Appointed lieutenant Governor of Ontario in 1903.

William Henry Draper (March 11, 1801 – November 3, 1877) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West.

William Henry Drayton

William Henry Draper (March 11, 1801 – November 3, 1877) was a lawyer, judge and political figure…

(1826-1902) Governor of Canada from 1872-1878

Marquis of Dufferin

(1826-1902) Governor of Canada from 1872-1878

(1845-1927) Fifth Governor General of Canada.

Henry Charles Keith Petty Fitzmaurice

(1845-1927) Fifth Governor General of Canada.

(1817-1893) English Canadian statesman and one of the fathers of the Canadian Confederation.

Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt

(1817-1893) English Canadian statesman and one of the fathers of the Canadian Confederation.

(1851-1917) Governor General of Canada

Earl Albert Henry George Grey

(1851-1917) Governor General of Canada

(1805-1885) Canadian statesman.

Sir Francis Hincks

(1805-1885) Canadian statesman.

(1804-1873) Canadian statesman and leader of Nova Scotia.

Joseph Howe

(1804-1873) Canadian statesman and leader of Nova Scotia.

(1836-1903) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons and in 1903 he was appointed one of the Alaskan boundary Commissioners.

Sir Louis A. Jette

(1836-1903) Elected to the Canadian House of Commons and in 1903 he was appointed one of the Alaskan…

(1807-1864) Canadian statesman.

Sir Louis Hypolite Lafontaine

(1807-1864) Canadian statesman.

(1792-1840) John Lambton, the First Earl of Durham was an English statesman, colonial administrator, Governor General, and high commissioner of British North America.

John George Lambton, First Earl of Durham

(1792-1840) John Lambton, the First Earl of Durham was an English statesman, colonial administrator,…

(1841-1919) Seventh Prime Minister of Canada.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier

(1841-1919) Seventh Prime Minister of Canada.

"(1841-1919), a distinguished Canadian statesman and orator, Premier of the Dominion from 1896 to 1911. He was the firs French-Canadian to head the national Cabinet, and his administration of fifteen years was a period of progress for Canada." -Foster, 1921

Sir Wilfrid Laurier

"(1841-1919), a distinguished Canadian statesman and orator, Premier of the Dominion from 1896 to 1911.…

The seventh Prime Minister of Canada from July 11, 1896, to October 7, 1911. He was often considered one of Canada's great statesmen and the first francophone prime minister. Laurier is well known for his policies of conciliation, nation building, and compromises between French and English Canada.

Wilfrid Laurier

The seventh Prime Minister of Canada from July 11, 1896, to October 7, 1911. He was often considered…

(1815-1891) Canadian politician

Sir J. A. Macdonald

(1815-1891) Canadian politician

(1815-1891) First Prime Minister of Canada

Sir John Alexander Macdonald

(1815-1891) First Prime Minister of Canada

(1822-1892) Canadian statesman

Hon A. Mackenzie

(1822-1892) Canadian statesman

(1789-1871) Canadian orator and politician.

Louis Joseph Papineau

(1789-1871) Canadian orator and politician.

Canadian novelist and politician.

Sir Gilbert Parker

Canadian novelist and politician.

5th Marquis of Landsowne, he was Governor General of Canada, Viceroy of India, Secretary of State for War, and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.

Henry Petty-FitzMaurice

5th Marquis of Landsowne, he was Governor General of Canada, Viceroy of India, Secretary of State for…

(1821-1915) Canadian statesman.

Sir Charles Tupper

(1821-1915) Canadian statesman.

Canadian statesman

Sir C. Tupper

Canadian statesman