Special Sub-Topic: Fractured Canadian Prime Ministers
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Jean Chretien & Jean Chrétien. Jean Chrétien was prime minister of Canada from 1993-2003. He represented the Liberal party, but has also held positions as deputy prime minister and minister of finance.
Kim Campbell. Kim Campbell was Prime Minister of Canada for 5 months during 1993, and was the first female to hold the position. She represented the Progressive Conservative party, having previously held other positions including Minister of Justice.
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Lester B Pearson & Lester B. Pearson. Lester B. Peasron was prime minister of Canada from 1963-1968. He represented the Liberal party, and contributed majorly to many excellent ideas including the Canada Pension Plan and Medicare.
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William Lyon Mackenzie & William Lyon Mackenzie King. William Lyon Mackenzie King was prime minister of Canada from 1921-1926, 1926-1930, and 1935-1948, the longest time of any prime minister: 22 years. He represented the liberal party, and held many other positions such as minister of labour.
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Paul Martin. Paul Martin has been Canada's prime minister since 2003. He respresents the liberal party of Canada, and has held many other positions in the party such as federal finance minister.
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Brian Mulroney. Brian Mulroney was prime minister of Canada from 1984-1993. He was a prominent member of the Conservative party, but held no other positions of note within the party. However, in 1977 he was appointed to be the president of the Iron Ore Company of Canada.
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Wilfrid Laurier. Wilfrid Laurier was prime minister of Canada from 1896-1911, the first Canadian prime minister who was French. He was a member of the liberal party, and has also held the position of minister of inland revenue.
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Pierre Trudeau. Pierre Trudeau was prime minister of Canada from 1968-1979, arguably Canada's most successful prime minister. He represented the liberal party of Canada in his political life, and worked on and signed the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He also obtained a degree in politics at Harvard.
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Joe Clark. Joe Clark was prime minister of Canada from 1979-1980. He represented the Conservative party, and has held positions both federal and provincially in Alberta, both in the Conservative party.
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John A Macdonald & John A. Macdonald. Sir John A. Macdonald was Prime Minister of Canada from 1867-1873, the first prime minister of Canada. He represented the Liberal-Conservative party, and was also the minister of justice.
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