22nd Canadian Ministry

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22nd Canadian Ministry
22e conseil des ministres du Canada
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22nd ministry of Canada
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Date formed 3 March 1980
Date dissolved 30 June 1984
People and organisations
Head of state Queen Elizabeth II
Head of government Pierre Trudeau
Member party Liberal Party of Canada
Opposition party Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Opposition leader
History
Election(s) 1980
Legislature term(s) 32nd Canadian Parliament
Predecessor 21st Canadian Ministry
Successor 23rd Canadian Ministry

The Twenty-Second Canadian Ministry was the second cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. It governed Canada from 3 March 1980 to 30 June 1984, including most of the 32nd Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada. Trudeau was also Prime Minister in the Twentieth Canadian Ministry.

Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Term
Start End
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Deputy Prime Minister Allan MacEachen 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Agriculture Eugene Whelan 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Communications Francis Fox 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs André Ouellet 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
Judy Erola 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of State for Economic and Regional Development Don Johnston 7 December 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of State for Economic Development Bud Olson 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Don Johnston 30 September 1982 6 December 1983
Minister of Employment and Immigration Lloyd Axworthy 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
John Roberts 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of Energy, Mines, and Resources Marc Lalonde 3 March 1980 9 September 1982
Jean Chrétien 10 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of the Environment John Roberts 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
Charles Caccia 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Secretary of State for External Affairs Mark MacGuigan 3 March 1980 9 September 1982
Allan MacEachen 10 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of State for External Relations Jean-Luc Pépin 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Finance Allan MacEachen 3 March 1980 9 September 1982
Marc Lalonde 10 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Roméo LeBlanc 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Pierre de Bané 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development John Munro 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Industry, Trade, and Commerce Herb Gray 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Ed Lumley 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of State for International Trade Gerald Regan 8 December 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of Justice and Attorney General Jean Chrétien 3 March 1980 9 September 1982
Mark MacGuigan 10 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister responsible for La Francophonie Jean-Luc Pépin 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of Labour Gerald Regan 3 March 1980 21 September 1981
Charles Caccia 22 September 1981 11 August 1983
André Ouellet 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Leader of the Government in the Senate Ray Perrault 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Bud Olson 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of National Defence Gilles Lamontagne 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
Jean-Jacques Blais 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of National Health and Welfare Monique Bégin 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of National Revenue Bill Rompkey 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Pierre Bussières 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Postmaster General André Ouellet 3 March 1980 15 October 1981
President of the Privy Council Yvon Pinard 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Public Works Paul Cosgrove 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Roméo LeBlanc 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of Regional Economic Expansion Pierre de Bané 3 March 1980 11 January 1982
Herb Gray 12 January 1982 29 September 1982
Ed Lumley 30 September 1982 6 December 1983
Minister of Regional Industrial Expansion Ed Lumley 30 September 1982 6 December 1983
Minister of State for Science and Technology John Roberts 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Secretary of State for Canada Francis Fox 3 March 1980 21 September 1981
Gerald Regan 22 September 1981 5 October 1982
Serge Joyal 6 October 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of State for Social Development Jean Chrétien 3 March 1980 9 September 1982
Jack Austin 10 September 1982 29 June 1984
Solicitor General Bob Kaplan 3 March 1980 29 June 1984
Minister of Supply and Services Jean-Jacques Blais 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
Charles Lapointe 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
Minister of Transport Jean-Luc Pépin 3 March 1980 11 August 1983
Lloyd Axworthy 12 August 1983 29 June 1984
President of the Treasury Board Don Johnston 3 March 1980 29 September 1982
Herb Gray 30 September 1982 29 June 1984
Minister of Veterans Affairs Daniel J. MacDonald 3 March 1980 30 September 1980
Gilles Lamontagne (acting) 1 October 1980 21 September 1981
Bennett Campbell 22 September 1981 29 June 1984

References[edit]

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

Succession[edit]

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
21st Canadian Ministry
22nd Canadian Ministry
1980–1984
Succeeded by
23rd Canadian Ministry