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List of Canadian Ministers of Fisheries
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List of Canadian Ministers of Fisheries

Canadian Ministers of Fisheries

For ministers from 1867 to 1930 see List of Canadian Ministers of Marine and Fisheries.

1. Cyrus Macmillan under King June 17 1930 - August 7 1930
2. Edgar Nelson Rhodes under Bennett August 7 1930 - February 2 1932
3. Alfred Duranleau (acting minister) under Bennett February 2 1932 - November 16 1934
4. Grote Stirling (acting minister) under Bennett November 17 1934] - August 13 1935
5. William Gordon Ernst under Bennett August 14 1935 - October 23 1935
6. Joseph-Enoil Michaud under King October 23 1935 - October 5 1942
7. Ernest Bertrand under King October 7 1942 - August 28 1945
8. Hedley Francis Gregory Bridges under King August 30 1945 - August 10 1947
9. Ernest Bertrand (acting minister) under King August 14 1947 - September 1 1947
10. Milton Fowler Gregg under King September 2 1947 - January 18 1948
11. James Angus MacKinnon under King January 19 1948 - June 10 1948
12. Robert Wellington Mayhew under King June 11 1948 - November 15 1948
13. Robert Wellington Mayhew under St. Laurent November 15 1948 - October 14 1952
14. James Sinclair under St. Laurent October 15 1952 - June 21 1957
15. John Angus MacLean under Diefenbaker June 21 1957 - April 22 1963
16. Hédard Robichaud under Pearson April 22 1963 - April 20 1968
17. Hédard Robichaud under Trudeau April 20 1968 - July 5 1968
18. Jack Davis under Pearson July 6 1968 - March 31 1969
On April 1, 1969 a Jack Davis became Minister of Fisheries and Forestry serving in that role until June 10, 1971. Responsibility for fisheries and forestry was then transferred to the Minister of the Environment (List) until 1979 when the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans (List) was created.