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date: 27 November 2022

Davidson, Georgelocked

Davidson, Georgelocked

  • Allan MoscovitchAllan MoscovitchSchool of Social Work, Carleton University

Summary

George Davidson’s (1909–1995) working life included four careers over a period of over 45 years. In his first two careers he was director of welfare in the government of British Columbia, executive director of the Canadian Welfare Council, and then the government of Canada’s first deputy minister of welfare. In his later careers he was president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and undersecretary general of the United Nations.

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