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Adrienne Clarkson grew up in Ottawa after her family escaped Japanese-occupied Hong Kong in 1942. Decades later, after a thirty-year career in television, she would become Canada's twenty-sixth Governor General. Clarkson reached out to Canadians everywhere, particularly to the North's Aboriginal population. She refashioned Rideau Hall into a real home and welcomed the public. Her determination to invest meaning in her official actions created controversy, and in her memoir, Clarkson reveals the behind-the-scenes political machinations. Heart Matters chronicles an astonishing journey through triumph and turmoil.
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