Minister of Mines and Resources
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The position of Minister of Mines and Resources was a cabinet portfolio in Canada from 1936 to 1950. The mines portfolio had previously been that of the Minister of Mines, which was a portfolio adjunct to other ministries such as Inland Revenue and Indian Affairs.
The offices of Minister of Immigration and Colonization, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Mines and Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs were abolished and the office of Minister of Mines and Resources was created by Statute 1 Edw. VIII, c. 33, assented to on 23 June 1936 and proclaimed in force on 1 Dec. 1936. The offices of Minister of Mines and Resources and Minister of Reconstruction and Supply were abolished by Statute 13 Geo. VI, c. 18, and the offices of the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys and Minister of Resources and Development created by Statutes 13 Geo. VI, c. 16, 17 and 18 respectively, each assented to on 10 Dec. 1949 and proclaimed in force on 18 Jan. 1950.
The successor mines portfolio after 1950 was Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys, combining in a department which had previously been associated with the Ministry of Lands. The current successor to the "Resources" portfolio is the Minister of Natural Resources.
Minister of Mines and Resources (1936-1950)
|1.||Thomas Alexander Crerar||Cabinet of King||December 1, 1936 – April 17, 1945|
|2.||James Allison Glen||Cabinet of King||April 18, 1945 – June 10, 1948|
|3.||James Angus MacKinnon||Cabinet of King||June 11, 1948 – November 15, 1948|
|James Angus MacKinnon||Cabinet of St. Laurent||November 15, 1948 – March 31, 1949|
|4.||Colin William George Gibson||Cabinet of St. Laurent||April 1, 1949 – January 17, 1950|
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