21st Canadian Ministry

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The Twenty-First Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Joe Clark. It governed Canada from 4 June 1979 to 3 March 1980, including all of the 31st Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.

Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Term
Start End
Prime Minister Joe Clark 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Agriculture John Wise 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Communications David MacDonald 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs Allan Lawrence 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of State for Economic Development Robert de Cotret 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Employment and Immigration Ron Atkey 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Energy, Mines, and Resources Ray Hnatyshyn 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of the Environment John Allen Fraser 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Secretary of State for External Affairs Flora MacDonald 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Finance John Crosbie 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans James McGrath 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Jake Epp 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Industry, Trade, and Commerce Robert de Cotret 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Justice and Attorney General Jacques Flynn 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Labour Lincoln Alexander 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Leader of the Government in the Senate Jacques Flynn 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of National Defence Allan McKinnon 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of National Health and Welfare David Crombie 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of National Revenue Walter Baker 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Postmaster General John Allen Fraser 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
President of the Privy Council Walter Baker 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Public Works Erik Nielsen 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Regional Economic Expansion Elmer MacKay 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of State for Science and Technology Ray Hnatyshyn 4 June 1979 8 October 1979
Heward Grafftey 9 October 1979 2 March 1980
Secretary of State for Canada David MacDonald 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Solicitor General Allan Lawrence 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Supply and Services Roch La Salle 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Transport Don Mazankowski 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
President of the Treasury Board Sinclair Stevens 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of Veterans Affairs Allan McKinnon 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Minister of State Martial Asselin 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
William Jarvis 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Heward Grafftey 4 June 1979 8 October 1979
Perrin Beatty 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Robert Howie 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Steve Paproski 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Ron Huntington 4 June 1979 2 March 1980
Michael Wilson 4 June 1979 2 March 1980

References[edit]

  • Government of Canada. "Twenty-First Ministry". Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation. Privy Council Office. Retrieved 2010-07-01. 

Succession[edit]

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
20th Canadian Ministry
21st Canadian Ministry
1979–1980
Succeeded by
22nd Canadian Ministry