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  1. Leadership to Save Canada: Is Paul Martin Fit to be Prime Minister? Can He Meet the Challenge of Change? by Howard Shaver, 2006-07-06
  2. Eighteen Men : The Prime Ministers of Canada by Gordon Donaldson, 1985-05
  3. Pierre Elliot Trudeau: The Fascinating Life of Canada's Most Flamboyant Prime Minister (Amazing Stories) by Stan Sauerwein, 2004-05-18
  4. Mackenzie King: Friends & Lovers by Louise Reynolds, 2006-07-06
  5. What Is Stephen Harper Reading?: Yann Martel's Recommended Reading for a Prime Minister and Book Lovers of All Stripes by Yann Martel, 2009-10-05
  6. Marching together: after many years of keeping a distance between Canadian and U.S. defence relations, the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper ... from: Canada and the World Backgrounder by Gale Reference Team, 2006-05-01
  7. John A MacDonald: Revised (The Canadians) by Peter Waite, 2000-02-08
  8. Ministerial responsibility for national security as it relates to the Offices of Prime Minister, Attorney General, and Solicitor General of Canada by J. Ll. J Edwards, 1980
  9. Cabinets And First Ministers (Canadian Democratic Audit) by Graham White, 2005-06-07
  10. Elected Dictatorships.(Canadian government)(includes related articles on prime minister and Bilderberg Council): An article from: Canada and the World Backgrounder
  11. The Politics of Kim Campbell by Murray Dobbin, 1993-01-01
  12. Who's who: among world leaders.(PROFILES): An article from: Junior Scholastic by Gale Reference Team, 2007-10-29
  13. The president's news conference with President Vicente Fox of Mexico and Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada in Waco, Texas.(Week Ending Friday, March ... Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents by Gale Reference Team, 2005-03-28
  14. Our Prime Minister on Afghanistan.(CANADA)(Stephen Harper): An article from: Catholic New Times by Barry McGrory, 2006-11-26

41. Canadian Prime Ministers Since 1867
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Term Prime Minister Party Sir John A. Macdonald Conservative Alexander Mackenzie Liberal Sir John A. Macdonald Conservative Sir John J. C. Abbott Conservative Sir John S. D. Thompson Conservative Sir Mackenzie Bowell Conservative Sir Charles Tupper Conservative Sir Wilfrid Laurier Liberal Sir Robert L. Borden Conservative Sir Robert L. Borden Unionist Arthur Meighen Unionist W. L. Mackenzie King Liberal Arthur Meighen Conservative W. L. Mackenzie King Liberal Richard B. Bennett Conservative W. L. Mackenzie King Liberal Louis S. St. Laurent Liberal John G. Diefenbaker Conservative Lester B. Pearson Liberal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Liberal Charles Joseph Clark Conservative Pierre Elliott Trudeau Liberal John Turner Liberal Brian Mulroney Conservative Kim Campbell Conservative Liberal
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42. Canadian Prime Ministers
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Macdonald, Sir John Alexander, 1815-1891

Information on Canada's first prime minister. Macdonald, Sir John
The Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute presents this brief biography. Macdonald, Sir John Alexander
A brief biography on the first prime minister of Canada. Diefenbaker, John
Articles, photographs and other information on Canada's 13th prime minister, John Diefenbaker. Trudeau, Pierre
A short history of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau's political contributions regarding the Quebec separatist movement. Prime Minister's Web Site
A biography and message from the current prime minister as well as an explanation on the role of the prime minister. Which Prime Minister would you like to know more about?
This site gives an index of all of Canada's Prime Ministers, their terms of office and political affiliation. It also has links to biographies, picture and major speeches for each. The site has text available in English and French. The Great Canadian Quiz: Canadian Prime Ministers
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Photographs, biographies and speeches from each of the prime ministers of Canada since 1867.

43. Canadian Prime Ministers
Year, Prime Minister. Party. 1935, W. Mackenzie King, Liberal. 1948,Louis St. Laurent, Liberal. 1957, John Diefenbaker, Progressive Conservative. News Elections People ... E-Mail Us Year Prime Minister Party W. Mackenzie King Liberal Louis St. Laurent Liberal John Diefenbaker Progressive Conservative Lester Pearson Liberal Pierre Trudeau Liberal Joseph Clark Progressive Conservative Pierre Trudeau Liberal John Turner Liberal Brian Mulroney Progressive Conservative Kim Campbell Progressive Conservative Jean Chretien Liberal Advertising Private Policy Jobs

44. Canadian Prime Ministers
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Thanks to Ann-Marie Chastko for the following information: Con - Stands for Conservative, Progressive Conservative and Lib - Stands for Liberal.
  • Sir John A. MacDonald , Lib-Con, July 1st 1867 - Nov 5th 1873 Alexander Mackenzie , Lib, Nov 7th 1873-Oct 8th 1878 Sir John A. MacDonald , Con, Oct 9th 1878-June 6th 1891 Sir John Abbott , Con, June 15th 1891 - Nov 24th 1892 Sir John Thompson , Con, Nov 25th 1892 - Dec 12th 1894 Sir MacKenzie Bowel l, Con, Dec 13th 1894 - Apr 27th 1896 Sir Charles Tupper , Con, Apr 27th 1896 - July 8th 1896 Sir Wilfred Laurier , Lib, July 9th 1896 - Oct 6th 1911 Sir Robert Borden , Con, Oct 7th 1911 - July 10th 1920 Arthur Meighan , Con, July 10th 1920 - Dec 29th 1921 W.L. Mackenzie King , Lib, Dec 29th 1921 - June 28th 1926
    Compare Newspaper Reporter Mackenzie King in Diefenbaker's Day Off Arthur Meighan , Con, June 28th 1926 - Sept 25th 1926 W.L. Mackenzie King , Lib, Sept 25th 1926 - Aug 30th 1930
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    47. Canadian Prime Ministers Quiz - Baie Comeau Quebec
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    48. Canadian Prime Ministers
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    49. Federal Politics - Canadian Heritage Gallery
    Prime Ministers canadian prime ministers Brian Mulroney and Pierre Trudeau, withMila Mulroney and GovernorGeneral Jeanne Sauvé, at the National Arts Centre
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    Federal Politics Click on the thumbnail to view the image, and for information about ordering reproductions. Trudeau, Pierre Elliott Four Prime Ministers From left to right, Pierre Trudeau, John Turner, Jean Chrétien, and then Prime Minister, Lester Pearson, in 1967.
    ID #21025 P.E. Trudeau Pierre Elliot Trudeau winning the Liberal leadership in 1968 and thereby becoming Prime Minister of Canada.
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    ID #20228 Clark, Joe Joe Clark Joe Clark, federal Conservative leader, was briefly the Canadian Prime Minister in 1979. In 1998, he once again became the federal Conservative leader.
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    50. Prime Ministers - Canadian Heritage Gallery
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    Prime Ministers Click here to view a larger picture; to return, use your browser's back button. Canadian Prime Ministers Brian Mulroney and Pierre Trudeau, with Mila Mulroney and Governor-General Jeanne Sauvé, at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. ID #20228
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    51. John Gerrath And The Canadian Prime Ministers!!!
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    One of the Most important tasks a democratic society has is to choose who should lead them. In Canada, the citizens (including me) choose what is called a Prime Minister (a term cribbed from our former British bosses). Some had wanted to call it the "Grand Poobah", but they were smacked. As the men and women at the wheel of the Great White North, it is perhaps unsurprising that Prime Ministers should instill great washes of emotion at their very mention. Canadians may be reputed to be docile and shy creatures, but mention how much you thought Trudeau was right (or wrong), and watch the whirlwind of opinion explode from all sides! Yes! Canadians do produce some really snazzy politicians!
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    52. Loryn's "Due South" Shrine - Canadian Prime Ministers Since Confederation
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    Listed below are the Canadian Prime Ministers since Confederation. To see a more detailed biography, kindly click on the prime minister's name. To see a portrait table, kindly click here
    NAME PARTY LENGTH OF TERM Rt. Hon. Sir John Alexander Macdonald Conservative 1 Jul 1867 - 5 Nov 1873 Hon. Alexander Mackenzie Liberal 7 Nov 1873 - 16 Oct 1878 Rt. Hon. Sir John Alexander Macdonald Conservative 17 Oct 1878 - 6 Jun 1891 Hon. Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott Conservative 16 Jun 1891 - 24 Nov 1892 Rt. Hon. Sir John Sparrow David Thompson Conservative 5 Dec 1892 - 12 Dec 1894 Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell Conservative 21 Dec 1894 - 27 Apr 1896 Hon. Sir Charles Tupper Conservative 1 May - 8 Jul 1896 Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier* Liberal 11 Jul 1898 - 6 Oct 1911 Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Laird Borden Conservative/Unionist 10 Oct 1911 - 10 Jul 1920 Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen Conservative 10 Jul 1920 - 29 Dec 1921 Rt. Hon. (Wm. Lyon) Mackenzie King** Liberal 29 Dec 1921 - 28 Jun 1925 Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen Conservative 29 Jun 1925 - 25 Sep 1926 Rt. Hon. Mackenzie King

    53. Canadian Prime Ministers - Mackenzie
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    57. Dr. Susan Neylan : : Canadian Prime Ministers 1867-1921
    Back to HIST 135 menu canadian prime ministers 18671921. 1867-1872,Conservative, John A. Macdonald. 1873-1878, Liberal, Alexander Mackenzie.
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    60. CDN Prime Ministers
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    CANADIAN PRIME MINISTERS The Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald
    The Honourable Alexander Mackenzie
    The Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald
    The Honourable Sir John J.C. Abbott
    The Right Honourable Sir John Sparrow Thompson
    The Honourable Sir Mackenzie Bowell The Right Honourable Sir Charles Tupper The Right Honourable Sir Wilfrid Laurier The Right Honourable Sir Robert Laird Borden The Right Honourable Arthur Meighen The Right Honourable W.L. Mackenzie King

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