Should William Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook get some additional categorization?

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I came across this profile of the 1st Lord Beaverbrook while looking for military histories for some other New Brunswick profiles. He is listed with the following categories: Maple, Ontario | Newcastle, New Brunswick | This Day In History May 25 | This Day In History June 09 | Persons of National Historic Significance. Should there be additional categories more specific to New Brunswick. Do projects take over ownership of orphaned profiles like this one? I may add references to his military history once I've found everything.

 

WikiTree profile: Max Aitken
in Policy and Style by Doug McCallum G2G6 Pilot (411k points)

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I would say yes.  He has a Wikipedia entry so I think that qualifies him as a notable. See https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Aitken,_1st_Baron_Beaverbrook

You can add his various jobs as categories such as newspaper publisher and minister of information and minister of aircraft production. He was a chancellor of the University of New Brunswick. I would guess he graduated from a university so you could add his schooling as well. There are a lot of opportunities so put his links on the accomplishments and add the categories. He is an interesting guy. 

by Gurney Thompson G2G6 Pilot (178k points)

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