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19th Canadian Ministry
19e conseil des ministres du Canada
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19th ministry of Canada
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Date formed 22 April 1963
Date dissolved 20 April 1968
People and organisations
Head of state "Queen "Elizabeth II
Head of government "Lester B. Pearson
Member party "Liberal Party of Canada
Opposition party "Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Opposition leader
History
Election(s) "1963, "1965
Legislature term(s)
Predecessor "18th Canadian Ministry
Successor "20th Canadian Ministry

The Nineteenth Canadian Ministry was the "cabinet chaired by "Prime Minister "Lester B. Pearson. It governed "Canada from 22 April 1963 to 20 April 1968, including all of the "26th, and "27th Canadian Parliaments. The government was formed by the "Liberal Party of Canada.

Ministers[edit]

Portfolio Minister Term
Start End
"Prime Minister "Lester Pearson 22 April 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister of Agriculture "Harry Hays 22 April 1963 17 December 1965
"Joe Greene 18 December 1965 20 April 1968
"Minister of Citizenship and Immigration "Guy Favreau 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"René Tremblay 3 February 1964 14 February 1965
"John Robert Nicholson 15 February 1965 17 December 1965
"Jean Marchand 18 December 1965 30 September 1966
"Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs "John Turner 21 December 1967 20 April 1968
"Minister of Defence Production "Charles Drury 22 April 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister of Energy, Mines, and Resources "Jean-Luc Pépin 1 October 1966 20 April 1968
"Secretary of State for External Affairs "Paul Joseph James Martin 22 April 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister of Finance "and Receiver General "Walter Gordon 22 April 1963 10 November 1965
"Mitchell Sharp 11 November 1965 20 April 1968
"Minister of Fisheries "Hédard Robichaud 22 April 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister of Forestry "John Robert Nicholson 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"Maurice Sauvé 3 February 1964 30 September 1966
"Minister of Forestry and Rural Development "Maurice Sauvé 1 October 1966 20 April 1968
"Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development "Arthur Laing 1 October 1966 20 April 1968
"Minister of Industry "Charles Drury 25 July 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister of Justice and Attorney General "Lionel Chevrier 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"Guy Favreau 3 February 1964 29 June 1965
"George McIlraith (acting) 30 June 1965 6 July 1965
"Lucien Cardin 7 July 1965 3 April 1967
"Pierre Trudeau 4 April 1967 20 April 1968
"Minister of Labour "Allan MacEachen 22 April 1963 17 December 1965
"John Robert Nicholson 18 December 1965 20 April 1968
"Minister of Manpower and Immigration "Jean Marchand 1 October 1966 20 April 1968
"Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys "William Moore Benidickson 22 April 1963 6 July 1965
"John Watson MacNaught 7 July 1965 17 December 1965
"Jean-Luc Pépin 18 December 1965 30 September 1966
"Associate Minister of National Defence "Lucien Cardin 22 April 1963 14 February 1965
"Léo Cadieux 15 February 1965 18 September 1967
"Minister of National Defence "Paul Hellyer 22 April 1963 18 September 1967
"Léo Cadieux 19 September 1967 20 April 1968
"Minister of National Health and Welfare "Judy LaMarsh 22 April 1963 17 December 1965
"Allan MacEachen 18 December 1965 20 April 1968
"Minister of National Revenue "Jack Garland 22 April 1963 14 March 1964
"George McIlraith (acting) 19 March 1964 28 June 1964
"Edgar Benson 29 June 1964 17 January 1968
"Jean Chrétien 18 January 1968 20 April 1968
"Minister of Northern Affairs and National Resources "Arthur Laing 22 April 1963 30 September 1966
"Postmaster General "Azellus Denis 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"John Robert Nicholson 3 February 1964 14 February 1965
"René Tremblay 15 February 1965 17 December 1965
"Jean-Pierre Côté 18 December 1965 20 April 1968
"President of the Privy Council "Maurice Lamontagne 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"George McIlraith 3 February 1964 6 July 1965
"Guy Favreau 7 July 1965 3 April 1967
"Walter Gordon 4 April 1967 10 March 1968
"Pierre Trudeau (acting) 11 March 1968 20 April 1968
"Minister of Public Works "Jean-Paul Deschatelets 22 April 1963 11 February 1965
"Lucien Cardin 15 February 1965 6 July 1965
"George McIlraith 7 July 1965 20 April 1968
"Registrar General "Guy Favreau 1 October 1966 3 April 1967
"John Turner 4 April 1967 20 December 1967
"Secretary of State for Canada "Jack Pickersgill 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"Maurice Lamontagne 3 February 1964 17 December 1965
"Judy LaMarsh 18 December 1965 9 April 1968
"John Joseph Connolly (acting) 10 April 1968 20 April 1968
"Solicitor General "John Watson MacNaught 22 April 1963 6 July 1965
"Lawrence Pennell 7 July 1965 19 April 1968
"Minister of Trade and Commerce "Mitchell Sharp 22 April 1963 3 January 1966
"Robert Winters 4 January 1966 29 March 1968
"Jean-Luc Pépin (acting) 30 March 1968 20 April 1968
"Minister of Transport "George McIlraith 22 April 1963 3 January 1966
"Jack Pickersgill 3 February 1964 18 September 1967
"Paul Hellyer 19 September 1967 20 April 1968
"President of the Treasury Board "Edgar Benson 1 October 1966 20 April 1968
"Minister of Veterans Affairs "Roger Teillet 22 April 1963 20 April 1968
"Minister without portfolio "William Ross Macdonald 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"John Watson MacNaught 22 April 1963 6 July 1965
"René Tremblay 22 April 1963 2 February 1964
"John Joseph Connolly 3 February 1964 20 April 1968
"Yvon Dupuis 3 February 1964 21 January 1965
"Lawrence Pennell 7 July 1965 30 September 1966
"Jean-Luc Pépin 7 July 1965 17 December 1965
"John Turner 18 December 1965 3 April 1967
"Walter Gordon 9 January 1967 3 April 1967
"Jean Chrétien 4 April 1967 17 January 1968
"Charles Granger 25 September 1967 20 April 1968
"Bryce Mackasey 9 February 1968 20 April 1968

References[edit]

Succession[edit]

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
"18th Canadian Ministry
19th Canadian Ministry
1963–1968
Succeeded by
"20th Canadian Ministry


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