Prime Minister Louis Stephen St-Laurent and his wife cast their votes in 1957 Parliamentary election in Canada.
Canada Date:1957, June 10 Duration:2 min 0 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Parliamentary Elections in Canada. Canadian Prime Minister Louis Stephen St-Laurent and his wife walk out of their home. They get into a chauffer-driven 1957 Buick Roadmaster sedan, and arrive at a voting station. Prime Minister Laurent and his wife put their votes in a ballot box. A man seated at a desk helps them in casting votes. 'Dominion of Canada' written on the ballot box. Notice of grant of a poll placed on the building gateway. A man reads a notice. A man enters a building and casts his vote. Two Catholic Priests cast their ballots. Vehicles move through streets. View of Chateau Hotel Frontenac.
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