Minister of Supply and Services (Canada)

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Minister of Supply and Services was an office in the Cabinet of Canada from 1969 to 1996. On July 12, 1996, office of the Minister of Supply and Services and the office of the Minister of Public Works were abolished and replaced with the office of Minister of Public Works and Government Services.[1]

Ministers[edit]

1. Donald Campbell Jamieson under Trudeau April 1, 1969 – May 4, 1969
2. James Armstrong Richardson under Trudeau May 5, 1969 – November 26, 1972
3. Jean-Pierre Goyer under Trudeau November 27, 1972 – November 23, 1978
4. Pierre De Bané under Trudeau November 24, 1978 – June 3, 1979
5. Roch LaSalle under Clark June 4, 1979 – March 2, 1980
7. Jean-Jacques Blais under Trudeau March 3, 1980 – August 11, 1983
8. Charles Lapointe under Trudeau August 12, 1983 – June 29, 1984
under Turner June 30, 1984 – September 16, 1984
9. Harvie Andre under Mulroney September 17, 1984 – August 19, 1985
10. Stewart McInnes under Mulroney August 20, 1985 – June 29, 1986
Marcel Masse (second time) under Mulroney November 30, 1985 – June 29, 1986
11. Monique Vézina under Mulroney June 30, 1986 – December 7, 1988
* Lowell Murray (acting) under Mulroney December 8, 1988 – August 26, 1987
12. Michel Côté under Mulroney August 27, 1987 – February 2, 1988
* Stewart McInnes (acting) under Mulroney February 3, 1988 – March 30, 1988
13. Otto John Jelinek under Mulroney March 31, 1988 – January 29, 1989
14. Paul Wyatt Dick under Mulroney January 30, 1989 – June 24, 1993
under Campbell June 25, 1993 – November 3, 1993
15. David Charles Dingwall under Chrétien November 4, 1993 – January 24, 1996
16. Diane Marleau under Chrétien January 25, 1996 – July 11, 1996

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Government Departments and Their Representatives: A History". Library of Parliament. Retrieved 12 June 2017.