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List of Canadian Ministers of the Environment
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List of Canadian Ministers of the Environment

Canadian Ministers of the Environment

1. Jack Davis under Trudeau June 11 1971 - August 7 1974
2. Jeanne Sauvé under Trudeau August 8 1974 - December 4 1975
* Roméo LeBlanc (Acting) under Trudeau December 5 1975 - January 21 1976
3. Jean Marchand under Trudeau January 22 1976 - June 30 1976
* Roméo LeBlanc (2nd time) (Acting) under Trudeau July 1 1976 - September 13 1976
4. Roméo LeBlanc under Trudeau September 14 1976 - April 1 1979
5. Leonard Marchand under Trudeau April 2 1979 - June 3 1979
6. John Fraser under Clark June 4 1979 - March 2 1980
7. John Roberts under Trudeau March 3 1980 - August 11 1983
8. Charles Caccia under Trudeau August 12 1983 - June 29 1984
Charles Caccia (cont'd) under Turner June 30 1984 - September 16 1984
9. Suzanne Blais-Grenier under Mulroney September 17 1984 - August 19 1985
10. Tom McMillan under Mulroney August 20 1985 - December 7 1988
* Lucien Bouchard (Acting) under Mulroney December 8 1988 - January 29 1989
11. Lucien Bouchard under Mulroney January 30 1989 - May 21 1990
* Frank Oberle (Acting) under Mulroney May 21 1990 - May 22 1990
* Robert de Cotret (Acting) under Mulroney May 22 1990 - September 19 1990
12. Robert de Cotret under Mulroney September 20 1990 - April 20 1991
13. Jean Charest under Mulroney April 21 1991 - June 24 1993
14. Pierre Vincent under Campbell June 25 1993 - November 3 1993
15. Sheila Copps under Chrétien November 4 1993 - January 24 1996
16. Sergio Marchi under Chrétien January 25 1996 - June 10 1997
17. Christine Stewart under Chrétien June 11 1997 - August 2 1999
18. David Anderson under Chrétien August 3 1999 - December 11 2003
David Anderson (cont'd) under Martin December 12 2003 - July 19 2004
19. Stéphane Dion under Martin July 20 2004 -

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