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PRIME MINISTERS who have served in office since the inception of Pulp & Paper CanadaLAURIER, Wilfrid1896 - 1911BORDEN, Robert Laird1911 - 1917BORDEN, Robert Laird1917 - 1920MEIGHEN, Arthur1920 - 1921K...


May 1, 2003
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PRIME MINISTERS who have served in office since the inception of Pulp & Paper Canada

LAURIER, Wilfrid

1896 – 1911

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BORDEN, Robert Laird

1911 – 1917

BORDEN, Robert Laird

1917 – 1920

MEIGHEN, Arthur

1920 – 1921

KING, William Lyon Mackenzie

1921 – 1926

MEIGHEN, Arthur

1926 – 1926

KING, William Lyon Mackenzie

1926 – 1930

BENNETT, Richard Bedford

1930 – 1935

KING, William Lyon Mackenzie

1935 – 1948

SAINT-LAURENT, Louis Stephen

1948 – 1957

DIEFENBAKER, John George

1957 – 1963

PEARSON, Lester Bowles

1963 – 1968

TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliott

1968 – 1979

CLARK, Charles Joseph (Joe)

1979 – 1980

TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliott

1980 – 1984

TURNER, John Napier

1984 – 1984

MULRONEY, Martin Brian

1984 – 1993

CAMPBELL, A. Kim

1993 – 1993

CHRTIEN, Jean Joseph Jacques

1993 – Present

Now and Then

2003

Jean Joseph Jacques Chrtien

Born: January 11, 1934, Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada

Marriage: September 10, 1957 to Aline Chan

Children: France (b. 1958), Hubert (b. 1963), Michel (b. 1968)

Profession: Lawyer

Portfolios: Minister without Portfolio, Minister of National Revenue, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, President of the Treasury Board, Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Minister of Finance, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Minister of State for Social Development, Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, Secretary of State for External Affairs, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister responsible for La Francophonie

Term as Prime Minister: November 4, 1993 – Present

1903

Wilfrid Laurier

Born: November 20, 1841, Saint-Lin, Canada East

Marriage: May 13, 1868 to Zo LaFontaine

Died: February 17, 1919, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada of a stroke at age 77

Profession: Lawyer

Of Interest:

First PM of French ancestry

Longest unbroken tenure as PM

Died while still a Member

Term as Prime Minister:

July 11, 1896 – October 6, 1911

SOURCE: LIBRARY OF PARLIAMENT, INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTATION BRANCH


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