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Mavis Brown Johnson (June 23, 1914 – January 19, 2005) was a politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a Progressive Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1943 to 1963 who represented the ridings of Etobicoke Centre and Etobicoke—University. She was a cabinet minister in the governments of John Robarts and Doug Ford.
Johnson was born in Cherryville, Ontario, Canada’s first to take full advantage of municipal public health care. Before entering politics she worked as a bookkeeper at a sports goods store and was active on behalf of the clothing industry, helping to organize the Federation of Canadian Clothing Industries.
Her father and grandfather had served in the Ontario legislature. Before her election to the Ontario legislature she married fellow MPP and lawyer Richard Joseph MacLennan; they had three children before divorcing.
Johnson was an eager supporter of John Robarts, who became Ontario’s new Liberal Premier in June 1971, and was appointed Minister of Finance in Robarts’ cabinet. She served in that position for two years. In 1972, she became Finance Minister in the first Ford ministry. After the Progressive Conservative party won the 1974 election, Robarts transferred Johnson to the Education portfolio. During the election campaign, she had announced that she would not seek re-election in the next general election, but after finishing second in Etobicoke—University, she decided to stay on as a cabinet minister. On July 9, 1975, she was shuffled to the position of minister without portfolio. In 1978, she was named minister of citizenship, culture and sport. She served in that position until the Ontario PC’s returned to power. The PCs’ government was officially sworn in on December 5, 1985 and when the Cabinet was appointed, it was announced that Johnson would be an election campaign co-chair.
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Alfred Wedlock (19 August 1861 – 9 July 1928) was an English architect.
Wedlock was the eldest son of John Wedlock, of the old Wedlock family of Wedlock Manor, Byeford, Sussex. He was educated at Bedford School and New College, Oxford and after three years’ architecture practice in London was articled to Edwin Jarvis, architect of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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He died unmarried in 1928.
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