Between 1901 and 1911, Toronto almost doubled in size; Winnipeg tripled; Vancouver grew fourfold, and Regina tenfold (Antoinides 46)
Philosophy professor at Queen's University (Kingston) who was a Kant scholar, idealist, and later a Hegalian.
George Munro Grant served as principal of Queen's College from 1877 until 1902.
"The Social Service congress held in Ottawa in March of 1914 was the first large-scale, co-operative, national congress to deal with a broad range of social problems."
Congregational, Methodist, and (two-thirds of) the Presbyterian Church of Canada unite to form the United Church of Canada.