BILL DAVIS: THE LIFE OF AN EXTRAORDINARY PREMIER
William Davis was one of the most important premiers in Canadian history. The longest-serving premier of Ontario in the twentieth century, he won four elections and carried on a Tory dynasty in Ontario politics that would last a total of forty-two years. But he was also an indispensable ally of Pierre-Elliott Trudeau in the patriation of the Constitution, with its entrenched Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
By Steve Paikin, Host of TVO’s “The Agenda” and author of Bill Davis: Nation Builder, and Not So Bland After All