7th Canadian Ministry
The Seventh Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Sir Charles Tupper. It governed Canada from 1 May to 8 July 1896. It was formed after the 7th Canadian Parliament was dissolved, and lost the 8th Canadian federal election, so it never faced a parliament. The government was formed by the old Conservative Party of Canada.
- Auguste-Réal Angers, President of the Privy Council.
- John Costigan, Minister of the Marine and Fisheries.
- Alphonse Desjardins, Minister of Public Works.
- Arthur Rupert Dickey, Minister of Justice and Attorney-General.
- Donald Ferguson, Minister without Portfolio.
- George Eulas Foster, Minister of Finance and Receiver-General.
- John Graham Haggart, Minister of Railways and Canals.
- William Bullock Ives, Minister of Trade and Commerce.
- Hugh John Macdonald, Minister of the Interior and Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs.
- Walter Humphries Montague, Minister of Agriculture.
- Edward Gawler Prior, Controller of Inland Revenue.
- John Jones Ross, Minister without Portfolio.
- Sir Frank Smith, Minister without Portfolio.
- Louis-Olivier Taillon, Postmaster-General.
- David Tisdale, Minister of Militia and Defence.
- Sir Charles Tupper, Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Canada and Registrar-General.
- John Fisher Wood, Controller of Customs.
Offices not of the Cabinet
- Government of Canada. "Seventh Ministry". Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation. Privy Council Office. Retrieved 2010-07-01.
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