Minister of Inland Revenue (Canada)

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The Minister of Inland Revenue (or Controller of Inland Revenue between 1892 and 1897) was a portfolio in the Canadian Cabinet from 1867[1] until 1918 when it became the Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue.[2] In 1927, the portfolio became the Minister of National Revenue.

The Department of Inland Revenue later became Department of National Revenue, renamed Revenue Canada and now referred to as Canada Revenue Agency.

Ministers and Controllers of Customs[edit]

Minister From To Ministry Comments
William Pearce Howland 1 July 1867 14 July 1868 1st (Macdonald)
Senator Alexander Campbell (acting) 15 July 1868 15 November 1869 1st
Alexander Morris 16 November 1869 1 July 1872 1st
Charles Tupper 2 July 1872 3 March 1873 1st Concurrently served as Minister of Customs
John O'Connor 4 March 1873 30 June 1873 1st O'Connor was appointed Postmaster General on 1 July 1873.
Thomas Nicholson Gibbs 1 July 1873 5 November 1873 1st
Télesphore Fournier 7 November 1873 7 July 1874 2nd (Mackenzie) Fournier was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General on 3 July 1874.
Félix Geoffrion 8 July 1874 8 November 1876 2nd
Toussaint Antoine Rodolphe Laflamme 9 November 1876 7 June 1877 2nd Laflamme was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney 8 June 1877
Joseph Édouard Cauchon 8 June 1877 7 October 1877 2nd
Wilfrid Laurier 8 October 1877 8 October 1878 2nd
vacant 17 October 1878 25 October 1878 3rd (Macdonald)
Louis François Georges Baby 26 October 1878 28 October 1880 3rd
vacant 29 October 1880 7 November 1880 3rd
Senator James Cox Aikins 8 November 1880 22 May 1882 3rd
John Costigan 23 May 1882 24 November 1892 3rd, 4th (Abbott)
John Fisher Wood 5 December 1892 16 December 1895 5th (Thompson), 6th (Bowell) Controller of Inland Revenue, not in the cabinet.
Edward Gawler Prior 17 December 1895 8 July 1896 6th, 7th (Tupper) Controller of Inland Revenue but in the cabinet.
Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbinière 13 July 1896 21 June 1900 8th (Laurier) Controller of Inland Revenue and not in cabinet until 29 June 1897, thereafter Minister of Inland Revenue
Michel Esdras Bernier 22 June 1900 18 January 1904 8th
Louis-Philippe Brodeur 19 January 1904 5 February 1906 8th
William Templeman 6 February 1906 6 October 1911 8th
Wilfrid Bruno Nantel 10 October 1911 19 October 1914 9th (Borden)
Pierre-Édouard Blondin 20 October 1914 5 October 1915 9th
Esioff-Léon Patenaude 6 October 1915 7 January 1917 9th
Albert Sévigny 8 January 1917 1 April 1918 9th, 10th (Borden)
vacant 2 April 1918 13 May 1918 10th
Arthur Lewis Sifton 14 May 1918 17 May 1918 10th Sifton was also Minister of Customs. He was appointed Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue on 18 May 1918.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Guide to Canadian Ministries Since Confederation - First Ministry" (WEB). www.pco-bcp.gc.ca. Retrieved 2008-01-12. 
  2. ^ "Guide to Canadian Ministries Since Confederation - Tenth Ministry" (WEB). www.pco-bcp.gc.ca. December 21, 2007. Retrieved 2008-01-15.