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17th Canadian Ministry

The Seventeenth Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Louis St-Laurent. It governed Canada from 15 November 1948 to 21 June 1957, including the end of the 20th Canadian Parliament, as well as all of the 21st and 22nd. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada.

Ministers

  • Douglas Abbott
  • Ernest Bertrand
  • Frederick Gordon Bradley
  • Ralph Campney
  • Lionel Chevrier
  • Brooke Claxton
  • Alcide Côté
  • Alphonse Fournier
  • James Garfield Gardiner
  • Stuart Garson
  • Colin W. G. Gibson
  • Milton Fowler Gregg
  • Walter Harris
  • Paul Hellyer
  • C. D. Howe
  • Joseph Jean
  • Hugues Lapointe
  • Jean Lesage
  • James Joseph McCann
  • William Ross Macdonald
  • James Angus MacKinnon
  • George Carlyle Marler
  • Paul Joseph James Martin
  • Robert Wellington Mayhew
  • Humphrey Mitchell
  • Lester B. Pearson
  • Jack Pickersgill
  • Roch Pinard
  • George Prudham
  • Édouard Rinfret
  • Wishart McLea Robertson
  • Louis St. Laurent
  • James Sinclair
  • Robert Winters
  • References

    17th Canadian Ministry Wikipedia


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