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Agar Rodney Adamson


Member of Parliament
for York West
In office
1940–1954
Preceded by John Streight
Succeeded by John Hamilton

Born November 8, 1901(1901-11-08)
Toronto, Ontario
Died April 8, 1954 (aged 52)
Political party Conservative
Progressive Conservative
Profession mining engineer

Agar Rodney Adamson (November 8, 1901 – April 8, 1954) was a Canadian mining engineer and a politician. As a member of the historical Conservative Party of Canada then as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada he represented the riding of York West in the Canadian House of Commons.

Adamson also served overseas in the last year of World War I with the Royal Air Force as a pilot and served the entirety of World War II with the Lorne Scots.

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