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10th Canadian Ministry

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The Tenth Canadian Ministry was the second cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden. It governed Canada from 12 October 1917 to 10 July 1920, including most of the 13th Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the Unionists, a war-time coalition between the old Conservative Party of Canada and some members of the Liberal Party of Canada. Borden was also Prime Minister in the Ninth Canadian Ministry.


  • Charles Ballantyne
  • Pierre Édouard Blondin
  • Robert Borden
  • Martin Burrell
  • James Alexander Calder
  • Frank Broadstreet Carvell
  • Francis Cochrane
  • Thomas Crerar
  • Thomas Wilson Crothers
  • Charles Doherty
  • Henry Lumley Drayton
  • George Eulas Foster
  • Hugh Guthrie
  • Albert Edward Kemp
  • James Alexander Lougheed
  • Alexander Kenneth Maclean
  • Arthur Meighen
  • Sydney Chilton Mewburn
  • John Dowsley Reid
  • Gideon Robertson
  • Newton Rowell
  • Albert Sévigny
  • Arthur Lewis Sifton
  • Simon Fraser Tolmie
  • William Thomas White
  • References

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