[Diefenbaker Web: Links and information on the 13th Prime Minister of Canada.]

Miscellaneous Links.

[Dief in
aboriginal gear.]

Most of these links are links to places and institutions that have been named after Diefenbaker. The diversity of these links is evidence to Diefenbaker's importance in Canadian history.


[Dief Icon] Bellevue - Kingston Historical Site. Dief was a supporter of the project to preserve Bellevue, the home of Sir John A. Macdonald.
[Dief Icon] Lake Diefenbaker. Lake Diefenbaker is located in Southern Saskatchewan.
[Dief Icon] John Diefenbaker Secondary School. JDSS, in Hanover, Ontario, is home to just over 1000 students from Hanover, Durham, Ayton, Neustadt, and surrounding areas.
[Dief Icon] The Viscount Bennett Anti-Disinterment Page. Another Prime Minister page.
[Dief Icon] Rt. Honourable John George Diefenbaker quiz. The last time I played, it told me he was born in Hopewell , New Brunswick to Henry John Bennett and Henrietta Styles, and he remained a bachelor. Sounds suspiciously like R.B. Bennett to me...
[Dief Icon] The Stonetown. Dief stood on the front steps of the town hall in St. Mary's, Ontario.
[Dief Icon] John Diefenbaker Center for Freedom and Democracy. "As we peer into the future of the world we must ever be vigilant to stand on guard to protect freedom and democracy."
[Dief Icon] The Diefenbaker Canada Centre. Part of the University of Saskatchewan, it preserves and interprets "collections representing the life, interests, and times" of Dief. You can also take a look at Diefenbaker Web's Tour of the Diefenbaker Centre.
[Dief Icon] The Diefenbaker Gravesite. An information page about the burial place of Dief in Saskatoon.
[Dief Icon] Government News Release 309. Reptile fossil found at Lake Diefenbaker!
[Dief Icon] J.G. Diefenbaker Estate Scholarship and J.G. and Olive Diefenbaker Memorial Scholarship. Both scholarships are at Brandon University in Manitoba.
[Dief Icon] Diefenbaker Homestead. A popular Regina tourist attraction.

Last updated: December 23, 1998.

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