John Alexander Buchanan

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For the United States House of Representatives member, see John A. Buchanan.

John Alexander Buchanan (born: March 4, 1887 Comber, Ontario, died: May 9, 1976) was a politician and civil engineer from Alberta, Canada.

John was appointed to the Canadian Senate on January 15, 1959 on the advice of John Diefenbaker. He retired from the Senate on October 2, 1965.

Bear Creek a tributary flowing into the Peace River was formally renamed Buchanan Creek in his honor.

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