|25th Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island|
August 30, 1995 – May 28, 2001
|Governor General||Roméo LeBlanc
|Preceded by||Marion Reid|
|Succeeded by||Léonce Bernard|
|Leader of the Prince Edward Island Liberal Party
April 13, 1981 – October 24, 1981
|Preceded by||Bennett Campbell|
|Succeeded by||Joe Ghiz|
|MLA (Councillor) for 4th Kings|
May 11, 1970 – April 24, 1978
|Preceded by||Keir Clark|
|Succeeded by||Johnnie Williams|
April 23, 1979 – August 30, 1995
|Preceded by||Johnnie Williams|
|Succeeded by||riding abolished|
|Born||Gilbert Ralph Clements
11 September 1928
Victoria Cross, Prince Edward Island
|Died||27 November 2012
Montague, Prince Edward Island
|Spouse(s)||Wilma Catherine MacLure (m. 1953)|
|Children||Robert, David, Gail|
|Residence||Montague, Prince Edward Island|
|Alma mater||Montague Memorial School
Mount Allison University
|Occupation||electrical contractor, merchant, realtor, insurance agent|
|Cabinet||Minister of Municipal Affairs (1974–1978)
Minister of Environment (1974–1978)
Minister of Tourism (1974–1978)
Minister of Parks and Conservation (1974–1978)
Minister of Finance (1986–1993)
Minister of Community and Cultural Affairs (1986–1989)
Minister of the Environment (1989–1993)
|Religion||United Church of Canada|
Born in Victoria Cross, Prince Edward Island, he was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island in 1970 representing 4th Kings. He was re-elected in 1974, 1979, 1982, 1986, 1989, and 1993. He held the following positions: Minister Municipal Affairs, Environment & Tourism, Parks & Conservation (1974–1978), Opposition Critic for Finance and Energy (1979–1986), Minister of Finance & Minister of Community and Cultural Affairs (1986–1989), and Minister of Finance & Minister of the Environment (1989–1993).
In 1981, he was interim Prince Edward Island Liberal Party Leader and opposition party leader. He became interim leader following the resignation of leader and former premier Bennett Campbell and served until Joe Ghiz was elected as leader.
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- Writer, Staff (2012-11-27). "Former lieutenant-governor of P.E.I., Gilbert Clements, dies at age 84". Winnipeg Free Press. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
- "Gilbert Clements". Fergusonsfh.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
- "Former L-G, cabinet minister Gilbert Clements dies". CBC News. 2012-11-27. Retrieved 2016-06-28.