29th Canadian Ministry

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29th Canadian Ministry
29e conseil des ministres du Canada
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29th ministry of Canada
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Date formed November 4, 2015
People and organisations
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor General David Johnston
Julie Payette
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister's history Premiership of Justin Trudeau
No. of ministers 35
Ministers removed
(Death/resignation/dismissal)
5
Member party Liberal Party of Canada
Opposition cabinet
  • 42nd (2015–present)
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Opposition leader
History
Election(s) 2015
Legislature term(s)
Budget(s) 2016, 2017, 2018
Predecessor 28th Canadian Ministry
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The Twenty-Ninth Canadian Ministry is the combined Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Ministers that began governing Canada shortly before the opening of the 42nd Parliament. The original members were sworn in during a ceremony held at Rideau Hall on November 4, 2015. Those who were not already members of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada were sworn into the Privy Council in the same ceremony. The Cabinet currently 35 members including Trudeau, with 17 women and 18 men.[1] When the ministry was first sworn in, with fifteen men and fifteen women (aside from Trudeau), it became the first gender-balanced cabinet in Canadian history.[2]

List of Ministers[edit]

By minister[edit]

The list below follows the Canadian 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, with former ministers being listed last in order of appointment to the Privy Council.[3]

Minister Portfolio Tenure
Justin Trudeau Prime Minister November 4, 2015–
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Ralph Goodale Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness November 4, 2015–
Lawrence MacAulay Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food November 4, 2015–
Carolyn Bennett Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations[a] November 4, 2015–
Scott Brison President of the Treasury Board November 4, 2015–
Dominic LeBlanc Leader of the Government in the House of Commons November 4, 2015–August 19, 2016
Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard May 31, 2016–July 18, 2018
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Northern Affairs and Internal Trade July 18, 2018–
Navdeep Bains Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Registrar General of Canada
November 4, 2015–
Bill Morneau Minister of Finance November 4, 2015–
Jody Wilson-Raybould Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada November 4, 2015–
Chrystia Freeland Minister of International Trade November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
Minister of Foreign Affairs January 10, 2017–
Jane Philpott Minister of Health November 4, 2015–August 28, 2017
Minister of Indigenous Services August 28, 2017–
Jean-Yves Duclos Minister of Families, Children and Social Development November 4, 2015–
Marc Garneau Minister of Transport November 4, 2015–
Marie-Claude Bibeau Minister of International Development November 4, 2015–
Minister responsible for La Francophonie November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Jim Carr Minister of Natural Resources November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Minister of International Trade Diversification July 18, 2018–
Mélanie Joly Minister of Canadian Heritage November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie July 18, 2018–
Diane Lebouthillier Minister of National Revenue November 4, 2015–
Catherine McKenna Minister of Environment and Climate Change November 4, 2015–
Harjit Sajjan Minister of National Defence November 4, 2015–
Amarjeet Sohi Minister of Infrastructure and Communities November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Minister of Natural Resources July 18, 2018–
Maryam Monsef Minister of Democratic Institutions November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
Minister of Status of Women January 10, 2017–
Carla Qualtrough Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities November 4, 2015–August 28, 2017
Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility[b]
Receiver General for Canada
August 28, 2017–
Kirsty Duncan Minister of Science November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities January 25, 2018–July 18, 2018
Minister of Science and Sport July 18, 2018–
Patty Hajdu Minister of Status of Women November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
Minister of Employment, Workforce and Labour January 10, 2017–
Bardish Chagger Minister of Small Business and Tourism November 4, 2015–July 18, 2018
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons August 19, 2016–
François-Philippe Champagne Minister of International Trade January 10, 2017–July 18, 2018
Minister of Infrastructure and Communities July 18, 2018–
Karina Gould Minister of Democratic Institutions January 10, 2017–
Ahmed Hussen Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship January 10, 2017–
Ginette Petitpas Taylor Minister of Health August 28, 2017–
Seamus O'Regan Minister of Veterans Affairs
Associate Minister of National Defence
August 28, 2017–
Pablo Rodríguez Minister of Canadian Heritage July 18, 2018–
Bill Blair Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction July 18, 2018–
Mary Ng Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion July 18, 2018–
Filomena Tassi Minister of Seniors July 18, 2018–
Jonathan Wilkinson Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard July 18, 2018–
Stéphane Dion Minister of Foreign Affairs November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
John McCallum Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
Judy Foote Minister of Public Services and Procurement
Receiver General for Canada
November 4, 2015–August 24, 2017
Kent Hehr Minister of Veterans Affairs
Associate Minister of National Defence
November 4, 2015–August 28, 2017
Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities August 28, 2017–January 25, 2018
MaryAnn Mihychuk Minister of Employment, Workforce and Labour November 4, 2015–January 10, 2017
Hunter Tootoo Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard November 4, 2015–May 31, 2016

By portfolio[edit]

Members of the 29th Ministry
Portfolio Minister Tenure
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau November 4, 2015 – Present
Associate Minister of National Defence Kent Hehr November 4, 2015 – August 28, 2017
Seamus O'Regan August 28, 2017 – Present
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Dominic LeBlanc November 4, 2015 – August 19, 2016
Bardish Chagger August 19, 2016 – Present
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction Bill Blair July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
Pablo Rodríguez July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations[a] Carolyn Bennett November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
Karina Gould January 10, 2017 – Present
Minister of Employment, Workforce and Labour MaryAnn Mihychuk November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
Patty Hajdu January 10, 2017 – Present
Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Families, Children and Social Development Jean-Yves Duclos November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Finance Bill Morneau November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Hunter Tootoo November 4, 2015 – May 31, 2016
Dominic LeBlanc May 31, 2016 – July 18, 2018
Jonathan Wilkinson July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Foreign Affairs Stéphane Dion November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
Chrystia Freeland January 10, 2017 – Present
Minister of Health Jane Philpott November 4, 2015 – August 28, 2017
Ginette Petitpas Taylor August 28, 2017 – Present
Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship John McCallum November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
Ahmed Hussen January 10, 2017 – Present
Minister of Indigenous Services Jane Philpott August 28, 2017 – Present
Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
François-Philippe Champagne July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of International Development Marie-Claude Bibeau November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of International Trade Chrystia Freeland November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
François-Philippe Champagne January 10, 2017 – July 18, 2018
Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth Justin Trudeau November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Northern Affairs and Internal Trade Dominic LeBlanc July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of National Revenue Diane Lebouthillier November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
Amarjeet Sohi July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Ralph Goodale November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility[b] Judy Foote November 4, 2015 – August 24, 2017
Carla Qualtrough August 28, 2017 – Present
Minister of Science and Sport Kirsty Duncan July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
Minister of Seniors Filomena Tassi July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion Mary Ng July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chagger November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities Carla Qualtrough November 4, 2015 – August 28, 2017
Kent Hehr August 28, 2017 – January 25, 2018
Kirsty Duncan January 25, 2018 – July 18, 2018
Minister of Status of Women Patty Hajdu November 4, 2015 – January 10, 2017
Maryam Monsef January 10, 2017 – Present
Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie Mélanie Joly July 18, 2018 – Present
Minister of Transport Marc Garneau November 4, 2015 – Present
Minister of Veterans Affairs Kent Hehr November 4, 2015 – August 28, 2017
Seamus O'Regan August 28, 2017 – Present
Minister responsible for La Francophonie Marie-Claude Bibeau November 4, 2015 – July 18, 2018
President of the Treasury Board Scott Brison November 4, 2015 – Present
Receiver General for Canada Judy Foote November 4, 2015 – August 24, 2017
Carla Qualtrough August 28, 2017 – Present
Registrar General of Canada Navdeep Bains November 4, 2015 – Present

Renamed, eliminated, and new ministries[edit]

Name at the end of the Twenty-Eighth Ministry Name in the Twenty-Ninth Ministry
Prime Minister
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Minister for the Arctic Council
Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs
Minister of Indigenous Services
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of State (Foreign Affairs and Consular)
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
Minister of Health
Minister of Public Works and Government Services Minister of Public Services and Procurement
President of the Treasury Board
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
Minister of National Defence
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
Minister of State (Small Business and Tourism, and Agriculture)
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
Minister of Small Business and Tourism
Minister of International Development
Minister for La Francophonie
Minister of International Development and La Francophonie
Minister of Industry
Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario
Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)
Minister of State (Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario)
Minister of State (Western Economic Diversification)
Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development
Minister of Infrastructure, Communities, and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister of Infrastructure and Communities
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth
Minister of the Environment Minister of Environment and Climate Change
Minister of Transport
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard
Associate Minister of National Defence
Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Minister of International Trade
Minister of Finance
Minister of State (Finance)
Minister of Finance
Minister of National Revenue
Minister of Employment and Social Development
Minister of Labour
Minister of State (Social Development)
Minister of Employment, Workforce Development, and Labour
Minister of Families, Children, and Social Development
Minister for Democratic Reform
President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada
Minister of Democratic Institutions
Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages
Minister for Multiculturalism
Minister of State (Multiculturalism)
Minister of Canadian Heritage
Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Minister responsible for Status of Women Minister of Status of Women
Minister of Natural Resources
Minister of Veterans Affairs
Minister of State (Seniors) Minister of Families, Children, and Social Development
Minister of State (Sport) Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities
Minister of State (Science and Technology) Minister of Science

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Title of office was "Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs" until July 18, 2018.[4]
  2. ^ a b Title of office was "Minister of Public Services and Procurement" until July 18, 2018.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Trudeau adds 5 new ministers in cabinet shakeup that puts focus on seniors, border security | CBC News". CBC. Retrieved 2018-07-18.
  2. ^ "Full list of Justin Trudeau's cabinet". CBC News. November 4, 2015. Retrieved 4 November 2015.
  3. ^ Heritage, Government of Canada; Canadian. "Table of Precedence for Canada". pch.gc.ca. Retrieved 14 January 2017.
  4. ^ "Trudeau cabinet shuffle brings new faces, several changes for run-up to 2019 campaign". CBC News. July 18, 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  5. ^ "Complete list of Justin Trudeau's updated cabinet". CBC News. July 18, 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.

Succession[edit]

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
28th Canadian Ministry
29th Canadian Ministry
2015–present
Succeeded by
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