26th Canadian Ministry


26th Canadian Ministry

The Twenty-Sixth Canadian Ministry was the combined cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, and the contemporary secretaries of state. It governed Canada from 4 November 1993 to 12 December 2003, including the 35th Canadian Parliament, the 36th, and the first half of the 37th. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada. One particular fact of this ministry is the creation of Secretaries of State out of the Cabinet, but still in the ministry.

Ministries and Cabinet members

*Prime Minister
**4 November 1993 – 12 December 2003: Jean Chrétien

*Deputy Prime Minister of Canada
**4 November 1993 – 30 April 1996: Sheila Copps
**1 May 1996 – 18 June 1996: Vacant
**19 June 1996 – 10 June 1997: Sheila Copps
**11 June 1997 – 14 January 2002: Herbert Eser Gray
**15 January 2002 – 12 December 2003: John Manley

*Minister of Agriculture
**4 November 1993 - 11 January 1995: Ralph E. Goodale
**Became Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food.

*Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
**Was Minister of Agriculture.
**12 January 1995 – 10 June 1997: Ralph E. Goodale
**11 June 1997 - 12 December 2003: Lyle Vanclief

*Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
**4 November 1993 – 24 January 1996: David Charles Dingwall
**25 January 1996 – 16 October 2000: John Manley
**17 October 2000 – 14 January 2002: Brian Tobin
**15 January 2002 – 12 December 2003: Allan Rock

*Minister of Canadian Heritage
**Was Minister of Communications and Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship.
**12 July 1996 – 12 December 2003: Sheila Copps

*Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
**30 June 1994 – 24 January 1996: Sergio Marchi
**25 January 1996 – 2 August 1999: Lucienne Robillard
**3 August 1999 – 14 January 2002: Elinor Caplan
**15 January 2002 – 12 December 2003: Denis Coderre

*Minister of Communications
**4 November 1993 – 24 January 1996: Michel Dupuy
**25 January 1996 – 30 April 1996: Sheila Copps
**1 May 1996 – 18 June 1996: Vacant
**19 June 1996 - 11 July 1996: Sheila Copps
**Became Minister of Canadian Heritage

*Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs
**4 November 1993 - 28 March 1995: John Manley
**Became Minister of Industry.

*Minister of Employment and Immigration
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Lloyd Axworthy
**25 January 1996 - 11 July 1996: Douglas Young
**Became Minister of Human Resources Development.

*Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources
**4 November 1993 - 11 January 1995: Anne McLellan
**Became Minister of Natural Resources.

*Minister of the Environment
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Sheila Copps
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Sergio Marchi
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Christine Stewart
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: David Anderson

*Minister of Finance
**4 November 1993 - 2 June 2002: Paul Martin
**2 June 2002 - 12 December 2003: John Manley

*Minister of Fisheries and Oceans
**4 November 1993 - 8 January 1996: Brian Tobin
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Fred J. Mifflin
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: David Anderson
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Herb Dhaliwal
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Robert G. Thibault

Minister of Foreign Affairs

**Was Secretary of State for External Affairs.
**13 May 1995 - 24 January 1996 André Ouellet
**25 January 1996 - 16 October 2000 Lloyd Axworthy
**17 October 2000 - 15 January 2002 John Manley
**16 January 2002 - 12 December 2003 William Graham

*Minister of Forestry
**4 November 1993 - 11 January 1995: Anne McLellan
**Became Minister of Natural Resources.

*Minister of Health
**Was Minister of National Health and Welfare.
**12 July 1996 - 10 June 1997: David Charles Dingwall
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Allan Rock
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Anne McLellan

*Minister of Human Resources Development
**Was Minister of Employment and Immigration.
**12 July 1996 - 3 October 1996: Douglas Young
**4 October 1996 - 2 August 1999: Pierre Pettigrew
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Jane Stewart

*Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Ron Irwin
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Jane Stewart
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Robert Daniel Nault

*Minister of Industry
**Was Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Minister of Industry, Science and Technology.
**29 March 1995 - 16 October 2000: John Manley
**17 October 2000 - 14 January 2002: Brian Tobin
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Allan Rock

*Minister of Industry, Science and Technology
**4 November 1993 - 28 March 1995: John Manley
**Became Minister of Industry.

*Minister for International Cooperation
**25 January 1996 - 3 October 1996: Pierre Pettigrew
**4 October 1996 - 10 June 1997: Don Boudria
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Diane Marleau
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Maria Minna
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Susan Whelan

*Minister for International Trade
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Roy MacLaren
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Arthur C. Eggleton
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Sergio Marchi
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Pierre Pettigrew

*Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Marcel Massé
**25 January 1996 - 12 December 2003: Stéphane Dion

*Minister of Justice
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Allan Rock
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Anne McLellan
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Martin Cauchon

*Attorney General of Canada
**4 November 1993 - 12 December 2003: The Minister of Justice (Ex officio)
***4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Allan Rock
***11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Anne McLellan
***15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Martin Cauchon

*Minister of Labour
**4 November 1993 - 21 February 1995: Lloyd Axworthy
**22 February 1995 - 24 January 1996: Lucienne Robillard
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Alfonso Gagliano
**11 June 1997 - 22 November 1998: Lawrence MacAulay
**23 November 1998 - 12 December 2003: Claudette Bradshaw

*Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Michel Dupuy
**25 January 1996 - 30 April 1996: Sheila Copps
**1 May 1996 - 18 June 1996: Vacant
**19 June 1996 - 11 July 1996: Sheila Copps
**Became Minister of Canadian Heritage

*Minister of National Defence
**4 November 1993 - 4 October 1996: David Michael Collenette
**4 October 1996 - 10 June 1997: Douglas Young
**11 June 1997 - 26 May 2002: Arthur C. Eggleton
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: John McCallum

*Minister of National Health and Welfare
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Diane Marleau
**25 January 1996 - 11 July 1996: David Charles Dingwall
**Becam Minister of Health.

*Minister of National Revenue
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: David Anderson
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Jane Stewart
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Herb Dhaliwal
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Martin Cauchon
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Elinor Caplan

*Minister of Natural Resources
**Was Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources and Minister of Forestry.
**12 January 1995 - 10 June 1997: Anne McLellan
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Ralph E. Goodale
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Herb Dhaliwal

*Minister of Public Works
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: David Charles Dingwall
**25 January 1996 - 11 July 1996: Diane Marleau
**Became Minister of Public Works and Government Services.
*Minister of Public Works and Government Services
**Was Minister of Public Works and Minister of Supply and Services.
**12 July 1996 - 10 June 1997: Diane Marleau
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Alfonso Gagliano
**15 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Don Boudria
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Ralph Goodale

*Minister of Supply and Services
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: David Charles Dingwall
**25 January 1996 - 11 July 1996: Diane Marleau
**Became Minister of Public Works and Government Services.

*Minister of Transport
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Douglas Young
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: David Anderson
**11 June 1997 - 12 December 2003: David Michael Collenette

*Minister of Veterans Affairs
**4 November 1993 - 4 October 1996: David Michael Collenette
**4 October 1996 - 10 June 1997: Douglas Young
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Fred J. Mifflin
**3 August 1999 - 16 October 2000: George Baker
**17 October 2000 - 14 January 2002: Ronald J. Duhamel
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Rey Pagtakhan

*Minister of Western Economic Diversification
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Lloyd Axworthy
**25 January 1996 - 16 October 2000: John Manley
**17 October 2000 - 14 January 2002: Brian Tobin
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Allan Rock

*Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Herbert Eser Gray
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Don Boudria
**15 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Ralph E. Goodale
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Don Boudria

*Leader of the Government in the Senate
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Joyce Fairbairn
**11 June 1997 - 3 October 1999: Bernard Alasdair Graham
**4 October 1999 - 8 January 2001: J. Bernard Boudreau
**9 January 2001 - 12 December 2003: Sharon Carstairs

*President of the Privy Council
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Marcel Massé
**25 January 1996 - 12 December 2003: Stéphane Dion

*President of the Treasury Board
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Arthur C. Eggleton
**25 January 1996 - 2 August 1999: Marcel Massé
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Lucienne Robillard

*Secretary of State of Canada
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Sergio Marchi
**25 January 1996 - 12 July 1996: Lucienne Robillard

*Secretary of State for External Affairs
**4 November 1993 - 12 May 1995: André Ouellet
**Became Minister of Foreign Affairs.

*Solicitor General of Canada
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Herbert Eser Gray
**11 June 1997 - 23 November 1998: Andy Scott
**23 November 1998 - 22 October 2002: Lawrence MacAulay
**22 October 2002 - 12 December 2003: Arnold Wayne Easter

*Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)
**17 October 2000 - 8 January 2001: J. Bernard Boudreau
**9 January 2001 - 15 January 2002: Robert G. Thibault
**16 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Gerry Byrne

*Minister of State (Deputy Prime Minister)
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Herbert Eser Gray
**15 January 2002 - 1 June 2002: John Manley

* Minister of State (Leade of the Government at the House of Commons)
** 11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Don Boudria
** 15 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Ralph E. Goodale
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Don Boudria

*Minister responsible for La Francophonie
**25 January 1996 - 3 October 1996: Pierre Pettigrew
**4 October 1996 - 10 June 1997: Don Boudria

*Minister responsible for Infrastructure
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Arthur C. Eggleton
**25 January 1996 - 2 August 1999: Marcel Massé

*Minister responsible for Public Service Renewal
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Marcel Massé

*Minister responsible for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
**17 October 2000 - 14 January 2002: Brian Tobin

*Minister responsible for the Federal Office of Regional Development - Quebec
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Paul Martin
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: John Manley

*Minister with political responsibility for Quebec
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Martin Cauchon

*Minister with special responsibility for Literacy
**4 November 1993 – 10 June 1997: Joyce Fairbairn

Ministries not Cabinet members

*Secretary of State (Agriculture and Agri-Food)
**18 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Gilbert Normand

*Secretary of State (Agriculture and Agri-Food, Fisheries and Oceans)
**15 September 1994 - 10 June 1997: Fernand Robichaud

*Secretary of State (Amateur Sport)
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Denis Coderre
**15 January 2002 - 17 June 2003: Paul DeVillers

*Secretary of State (Asia Pacific)
**4 November 1993 - 8 January 2001: Raymond Chan
**9 January 2001 - 14 January 2002: Rey Pagtakhan
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: David Kilgour

*Secretary of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Lawrence MacAulay
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Fred J. Mifflin
**3 August 1999 - 16 October 2000: George Baker

*Secretary of State (Central and Eastern Europe and Middle East)
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Gar Knutson

*Secretary of State (Children and Youth)
**11 June 1997 - 12 December 2003: Ethel Blondin-Andrew

*Secretary of State (Deputy Leader of the Government in the House of Commons)
**15 September 1994 - 14 January 2002: Alfonso Gagliano
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Paul DeVillers

*Secretary of State (Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec)
**Was Secretary of State (Federal Office of Regional Development - Quebec).
**23 February 1998 - 14 January 2002: Martin Cauchon
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Claude Drouin

*Secretary of State (Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario)
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Andrew Mitchell

*Secretary of State (Federal Office of Regional Development - Quebec)
**25 January 1996 - 22 February 1998: Martin Cauchon
**Became Secretary of State (Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec).

*Secretary of State (Fisheries and Oceans)
**18 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Gilbert Normand

*Secretary of State (Francophonie)
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Ronald J. Duhamel
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Denis Paradis

*Secretary of State (Indian Affairs and Northern Development)
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Stephen Owen

*Secretary of State (International Financial Institutions)
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Douglas Peters
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: James Scott Peterson
**15 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: John McCallum
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Maurizio Bevilacqua

*Secretary of State (Latin America and Africa)
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Christine Stewart
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: David Kilgour
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Denis Paradis

*Secretary of State (Multiculturalism)
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Sheila Finestone
**25 January 1996 - 27 January 2002: Hedy Fry
**28 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Claudette Bradshaw
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Jean Augustine

*Secretary of State (Parks)
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Andrew Mitchell

*Secretary of State (Parliamentary Affairs)
**4 November 1993 - 14 September 1994: Fernand Robichaud
**15 September 1994 - 24 January 1996: Alfonso Gagliano

*Secretary of State (Physical Activity and Sport)
**17 June 2003 - 12 December 2003: Paul DeVillers

*Secretary of State (Rural Development)
**3 August 1999 - 12 December 2003: Andrew Mitchell

*Secretary of State (Science, Research and Development)
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Jon Gerrard
**11 June 1997 - 2 August 1999: Ronald J. Duhamel
**3 August 1999 - 14 January 2002: Gilbert Normand
**15 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Maurizio Bevilacqua
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Rey Pagtakhan

*Secretary of State (Selected Crown Corporations)
**11 April 2003 - 12 December 2003: Steven W. Mahoney

*Secretary of State (Status of Women)
**4 November 1993 - 24 January 1996: Sheila Finestone
**25 January 1996 - 27 January 2002: Hedy Fry
**28 January 2002 - 25 May 2002: Claudette Bradshaw
**26 May 2002 - 12 December 2003: Jean Augustine

*Secretary of State (Training and Youth)
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Ethel Blondin-Andrew

*Secretary of State (Veterans)
**4 November 1993 - 10 June 1997: Lawrence MacAulay

*Secretary of State (Western Economic Diversification)
**25 January 1996 - 10 June 1997: Jon Gerrard
**11 June 1997 - 14 January 2002: Ronald J. Duhamel
**15 January 2002 - 12 December 2003: Stephen Owen

References

*Cite web|author=Government of Canada|publisher=Privy Council Office|title=Twenty-Sixth Ministry|work=Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation |url=http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/default.asp?Language=E&Page=Publications&doc=min/min_26_e.htm|accessdate=2006-11-09

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