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List of Canadian Ministers of Communications
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List of Canadian Ministers of Communications

Canadian Ministers of Communications

1. Eric William Kierans under Trudeau April 1 1969 - April 28 1971
* Joseph Julien Jean-Pierre Côté (acting) under Trudeau April 29 1971 - May 10 1971
* Gerard Pelletier (acting) under Trudeau May 11 1971 - August 11 1971
2. Robert Douglas George Stanbury under Trudeau August 12 1971 - November 26 1972
3. Gerard Pelletier (acting) under Trudeau November 27 1972 - August 28 1975
4. Pierre Juneau under Trudeau August 29 1975 - October 24 1975
* Otto Emil Lang (acting) under Trudeau October 25 1975 - December 4 1975
5. Jeanne Sauvé under Trudeau December 5 1975 - June 3 1979
6. David S. H. MacDonald under Clark June 4 1979 - March 2 1980
7. Francis Fox under Trudeau March 3 1980 - June 29 1984
8. Edward Lumley under Turner June 30 1984 - September 16 1984
9. Marcel Masse under Mulroney September 17 1984 - September 25 1985
* Benîot Bouchard (acting) under Mulroney September 26 1985 - November 29 1985
Marcel Masse (second time) under Mulroney November 30 1985 - June 29 1986
10. Flora MacDonald under Mulroney June 30 1986 - December 7 1988
*. Lowell Murray (acting) under Mulroney December 8 1988 - January 29 1989
Marcel Masse (third time) under Mulroney January 30 1989 - April 20 1991
11. Henry Perrin Beatty under Mulroney April 21 1991 - June 24 1993
12. Monique Landry under Campbell June 25 1993 - November 3 1993
13. Michel Dupuy under Chrétien November 4 1993 - January 24 1996
14. Sheila Copps under Chrétien January 25 1996 - May 1 1996**
Sheila Copps (second time) under Chrétien June 19 1996 - July 11 1996
(**)Resigned to fulfill promise to resign if GST not abolished. Returned to portfolio following by-election

On July 12, 1996, office of the Minister of Communications and the office of the Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship were abolished and replaced with the office of Minister of Canadian Heritage (list).

See also: Canadian Cabinet