27th Canadian Ministry

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27th Canadian Ministry
27e conseil des ministres du Canada
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27th ministry of Canada
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Date formed 12 December 2003
Date dissolved 6 February 2006
People and organisations
Head of government Paul Martin
Head of government's history Premiership of Paul Martin
Head of state Queen Elizabeth II
Member party Liberal Party of Canada
Opposition party
Opposition leader
History
Election(s) 2004
Legislature term(s)
Budget(s) 2004, 2005
Predecessor 26th Canadian Ministry
Successor 28th Canadian Ministry

The Twenty-Seventh Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Paul Martin. It governed Canada from 12 December 2003 to 6 February 2006, including the last five months of the 37th Canadian Parliament and all of the 38th. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada.

List of Ministers[edit]

By minister[edit]

Note: This is in Order of Precedence, which is established by the chronological order of appointment to the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, then in order of election or appointment to parliament for ministers who joined the Privy Council on the same day.

Minister Portfolio Tenure
Paul Martin Prime Minister 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Anne McLellan Deputy Prime Minister 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness 4 Apr. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Solicitor General of Canada 12 Dec. 2003 – 3 Apr. 2004
David Anderson Minister of the Environment 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Ralph Goodale Minister of Finance 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Raymond Chan Minister of State (Multiculturalism and Status of Women) 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Lucienne Robillard Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development 14 Jan. 2005 – 16 May 2005
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Minister of Industry 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Stéphane Dion Minister of the Environment 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Pierre Pettigrew Minister of Foreign Affairs 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
Minister of Health 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Minister responsible for Official Languages 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Andy Mitchell Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister of State (Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario) 28 Jun. 2005 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 12 Dec. 2003 – 20 Jul. 2004
Jim Peterson Minister of International Trade 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Claudette Bradshaw Minister of State (Human Resources Development) 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister of Labour 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Minister responsible for Homelessness 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Bill Graham Minister of National Defence 20 Jul. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister of Foreign Affairs 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Joe McGuire Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Bob Speller Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Joseph Volpe Minister of Citizenship and Immigration 13 Jan. 2005 – 6. Feb 2006
Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development 12 Dec. 2003 – 13 Jan. 2005
Geoff Regan Minister of Fisheries and Oceans 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Mauril Bélanger Minister of Internal Trade 18 May 2005 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister responsible for Democratic Reform 20 Jul. 2004 – 17 May 2005
Minister responsible for Official Languages 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Associate Minister of National Defence 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Deputy Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Aileen Carroll Minister of International Cooperation 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Jacques Saada Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister responsible for La Francophonie 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Minister responsible for Democratic Reform 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Irwin Cotler Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada 12 Dec. 2003 – 6 Feb. 2006
Judy Sgro Minister of Citizenship and Immigration 12 Dec. 2003 – 13 Jan. 2005
Hélène Scherrer Minister of Canadian Heritage 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Liza Frulla Minister of Canadian Heritage 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
Minister responsible for the Status of Women 20 Jul. 2004 – 5 Feb. 2006
Minister of Social Development 12 Dec. 2003 – 19 Jul. 2004
Ujjal Dosanjh Minister of Health 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
David Emerson Minister of Industry 20 Jul. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2006
Belinda Stronach Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development 18 May 2005 – 6 Feb. 2006
Minister responsible for Democratic Reform 18 May 2005 – 6 Feb. 2006

References[edit]

  • Government of Canada. "Twenty-Seventh Ministry". Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation. Privy Council Office. Retrieved 1 July 2010. 

Succession[edit]

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
26th Canadian Ministry
27th Canadian Ministry
2003–2006
Succeeded by
28th Canadian Ministry