Arthur Meighen became the Prime Minister in 1920, and remained there for a fairly short period of only a year and a half. Due to a situation in 1926, when he held the position of opposition of the house, he briefly returned to Prime Minister when King stepped down. His time in leadership seems mostly unmemorable – other than the fact he was a great debater and believed in standing up for what he considered right.
About His Life:
The Prime Ministers of Canada: Arthur Meighen –an intro, biography and quick fact of his life.
Arthur Meighen – The Canadian Encyclopedia
Biography of Arthur Meighen – a detailed and lengthy biography of Mr. Meighen’s life from childhood to death.
First Among Equals – Biography, Anecdotes, and Speeches
Arthur Meighen – from about.com – bullet points of his life and contributions to Canada’s betterment while Prime Minister.
Arthur Meighen – from wikipedia
Colouring Page – from Crayola
Arthur Meighen, parliamentary powerhouse, dies at 86 – a CBC Radio digital archive