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16th Canadian Ministry

The Sixteenth Canadian Ministry was the third cabinet chaired by Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. It governed Canada from 23 October 1935 to 15 November 1948, including all of the 18th and 19th Canadian Parliaments, as well as the beginning of the 20th. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada. Mackenzie King was also Prime Minister in the Twelfth and Fourteenth Canadian Ministries.

Ministers

  • Douglas Abbott
  • Ernest Bertrand
  • Hedley Francis Gregory Bridges
  • Pierre Joseph Arthur Cardin
  • Pierre-François Casgrain
  • Lionel Chevrier
  • Brooke Claxton
  • Thomas Crerar
  • Raoul Dandurand
  • Charles Avery Dunning
  • John Campbell Elliott
  • William Daum Euler
  • Alphonse Fournier
  • James Garfield Gardiner
  • Colin W. G. Gibson
  • James Allison Glen
  • Milton Fowler Gregg
  • C. D. Howe
  • James Lorimer Ilsley
  • Joseph Jean
  • James Horace King
  • William Lyon Mackenzie King
  • Léo Richer Laflèche
  • Ernest Lapointe
  • David Laurence MacLaren
  • James Joseph McCann
  • Angus Lewis Macdonald
  • Ian Alistair Mackenzie
  • James Angus MacKinnon
  • Norman Alexander McLarty
  • Andrew McNaughton
  • Paul Joseph James Martin
  • Robert Wellington Mayhew
  • Joseph-Enoil Michaud
  • Humphrey Mitchell
  • William Pate Mulock
  • Lester B. Pearson
  • Charles Gavan Power
  • James Ralston
  • Fernand Rinfret
  • Wishart McLea Robertson
  • Norman McLeod Rogers
  • Louis St. Laurent
  • Joseph Thorarinn Thorson
  • References

    16th Canadian Ministry Wikipedia


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