Minister for Internal Trade (Canada)
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The Minister for Internal Trade is a member of the Cabinet of Canada. The minister can be appointed under the Agreement on Internal Trade Implementation Act of 1996; however, it was not used until 2005 and by default the Minister of Industry was responsible for the administration of the act.
To date its only minister was Mauril Bélanger who took on the role on May 17, 2005 and held it for the remainder of the 27th Ministry, until February 6, 2006.
|No.||Portrait||Name||Term of office||Political party||Ministry|
|1||Mauril Bélanger||May 17, 2005||February 6, 2006||Liberal||27 (Martin)|
- Canadian Agreement on Internal Trade
- European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services
- Directorate-General for Internal Market and Services (European Commission)
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