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List of Canadian Ministers of Consumer and Corporate Affairs
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List of Canadian Ministers of Consumer and Corporate Affairs

Canadian Ministers of Consumer and Corporate Affairs

 
1. John Napier Turner under Pearson December 21 1967 - April 20 1968
John Napier Turner (cont'd) under Trudeau April 20 1968 - July 5 1968
2. Stanley Ronald Basford under Trudeau July 5 1968 - January 27 1972
3. Robert Knight Andras under Trudeau January 28 1972 - November 26 1972
4. Herbert Eser Gray under Trudeau November 27 1972 - August 7 1974
5. André Ouellet under Trudeau August 8 1974 - March 15 1976
* Bryce Stuart Mackasey (acting) under Trudeau March 16 1976 - April 7 1976
6. Bryce Stuart Mackasey under Trudeau April 8 1976 - September 13 1976
7. Anthony Chisholm Abbott under Trudeau September 14 1976 - September 15 1977
8. William Warren Allmand under Trudeau September 16 1977 - June 3 1979
9. Allan Frederick Lawrence under Clark June 4 1979 - March 2 1980
10. André Ouellet under Trudeau March 3 1980 - August 11 1983
11. Judy Erola under Trudeau August 12 1983 - June 29 1984
Judy Erola (cont'd) under Turner June 30 1984 - September 16 1984
12. Michel Côté under Mulroney September 17 1984 - June 29 1986
13. Harvie Andre under Mulroney June 30 1986 - January 29 1989
14. Bernard Valcourt under Mulroney January 30 1989 - August 1 1989
* Harvie Andre (acting) under Mulroney August 2 1989 - February 22 1990
12. Pierre Blais under Mulroney February 23 1990 - January 3 1993
13. Pierre H. Vincen under Mulroney January 4 1990 - June 24 1993
14. Jean J. Charest under Campbell June 25 1993 - November 3 1993
15. John Manley under Chrétien November 4 1993 - March 28 1995
The position of Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs was abolished and its duties inherited by the new position of Minister of Industry (list) on March 29, 1995.

See also: Canadian Cabinet