Minister of Public Works and Government Services
|Minister of Public Works and Government Services|
|Appointed by||Governor General of Canada|
|First minister||Diane Marleau|
|Formation||12 July 1996|
|Term length||At Her Majesty's pleasure|
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The Minister of Public Works and Government Services (French: Ministre des Travaux publics et des Services gouvernementaux) is the Minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet who is responsible for overseeing the federal government's "common service organization" (Public Works and Government Services Canada), an expansive department responsible for the internal servicing and administration of the federal government.
The current Minister of Public Works and Government Services is Diane Finley.
|No.||Name||Term of office||Political party||Ministry|
|1||Diane Marleau||July 12, 1996||June 10, 1997||Liberal||26 (Chrétien)|
|2||Alfonso Gagliano||June 11, 1997||January 14, 2002||Liberal|
|3||Don Boudria||January 15, 2002||May 25, 2002||Liberal|
|4||Ralph Goodale||May 26, 2002||December 11, 2003||Liberal|
|5||Stephen Owen||December 12, 2003||July 19, 2004||Liberal||27 (Martin)|
|6||Scott Brison||July 20, 2004||February 5, 2006||Liberal|
|7||Michael Fortier||February 6, 2006||June 25, 2008||Conservative||28 (Harper)|
|8||Christian Paradis||June 25, 2008||January 19, 2010||Conservative|
|9||Rona Ambrose||January 19, 2010||July 14, 2013||Conservative|
|10||Diane Finley||July 15, 2013||Incumbent||Conservative|
Prior to 1996, the responsibilities of the current Public Works and Government Services portfolio were divided between the now-defunct posts of Minister of Public Works and Minister of Supply and Services.
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