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In pictures: Herb Gray, 'the godfather of politics'

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Former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray listens to a tribute in his honor on Parliament Hill in Ottawa,in this March 13, 2002 file photo. Gray, one of the country's longest serving parliamentarians has died at the age of 82, according to media reports.

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Opposition Leader Jean Chretien is led to House of Commons Speaker John Fraser by Liberal MPs Herb Gray (left) and Marcel Prud'Homme as he claims his House of Commons seat in Ottawa on Jan. 15, 1991.

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Former Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray poses for a photo in his office on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Tuesday Jan 15, 2002.

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Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray responds in the House of Commons during Question Period in Ottawa, Monday, April 23, 2001.

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Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray is given a kerchief by Jamboree organizer Yvan Caron, right, Tuesday Jan.4, 2000, at International Snow Jamboree in Quebec City.

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Liberal MP Herb Gray shares a laugh with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau on their way to the House of Commons in this May, 1972 file photo.

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Governor General Adrienne Clarkson congratulates former politician Herb Gray after investing him into the Order of Canada, at a ceremony in Ottawa Friday Feb 20, 2004.

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Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Solicitor General, Herb Gray (centre) applaud Finance Minister Paul Martin as he delivers his budget speech in the House of Commons.

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