William D. Euler Edit Profile
Educational public schools.
He then taught in Suddaby Public School and later founded the Euler Business College. Euler married Jean Howd. He was mayor of Berlin, Ontario (now Kitchener) from 1914 to 1917.
He was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1917 representing the riding of Waterloo North, Ontario. A Liberal, he held three cabinet positions: Minister of Customs and Excise (1926 to 1927), Minister of National Revenue (1927 to 1930), and Minister of Trade and Commerce (1935 to 1940). He served until 1940, when he was appointed to the Senate representing the senatorial division of Waterloo, Ontario.
He died in office in 1961 in Kitchener. He is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Kitchener, Ontario. As Senator, he waged the campaign to eliminate the ban on margarine in Canada.
In 1961 he became the first Chancellor of Waterloo Lutheran University (now Wilfrid Laurier University).
Member Canadian House of Commons, 1917-1940.
Married Jennie Howd, 1896 (deceased.