Canada. Department of Mines and Resources

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Canada. Department of Mines and Resources

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The federal Department of Mines and Resources was established on June 23, 1936 with the amalgamation of the Department of Mines, Department of the Interior, and the Department of Immigration and Colonization. The new department was divided into five branches: Mines and Geology; Lands, Parks, and Forests; Indian Affairs; Immigration; and Surveys and Engineering. In 1950, the name was changed to the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys with some of the department's functions absorbed by the newly created Department of Resources and Development.

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Canada. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys

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temporal

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Canada. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys

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Canada. Department of Mines and Resources

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Canada. Department of the Interior

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temporal

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Canada. Department of the Interior

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Canada. Department of Mines and Resources

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Trudel, Paul (1892-1952)

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associative

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Trudel, Paul

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Canada. Department of Mines and Resources

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1936-1950

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