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The Twenty-Third Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister John Turner. It governed Canada from 30 June 1984 to 17 September 1984, including only the last nine days of the 32nd Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada.

23rd Canadian Ministry
23e conseil des ministres du Canada
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23rd ministry of Canada
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Date formed30 June 1984
Date dissolved17 September 1984
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor GeneralJeanne Sauvé
Prime MinisterJohn Turner
Member partyLiberal Party of Canada
Opposition partyProgressive Conservative Party of Canada
Opposition leaderBrian Mulroney
History
Legislature term(s)32nd Canadian Parliament
Predecessor22nd Canadian Ministry
Successor24th Canadian Ministry

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Term
Start End
Prime Minister John Turner 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Deputy Prime Minister Jean Chrétien 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Agriculture Ralph Ferguson 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for the Canadian Dairy Commission Ralph Ferguson 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Canadian International Development Agency Jean Chrétien 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Charles Lapointe 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Canada Post Corporation Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board Lloyd Axworthy 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Canadian Wheat Board) Lloyd Axworthy 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Communications Ed Lumley 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Registrar General Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Defence Construction Canada Jean-Jacques Blais 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State for Economic and Regional Development André Ouellet 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Employment and Immigration John Roberts 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Energy, Mines, and Resources Gerald Regan 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of the Environment Charles Caccia 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister for External Relations Jean Chrétien 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Secretary of State for External Affairs Jean Chrétien 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Finance Marc Lalonde 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Herb Breau 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Fitness and Amateur Sport) Jean Lapierre 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Doug Frith 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of International Trade Francis Fox 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Justice and Attorney General Don Johnston 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for La Francophonie Jean Chrétien 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Labour André Ouellet 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons André Ouellet 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Leader of the Government in the Senate Allan MacEachen 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Metric Commission Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Mines) Bill Rompkey 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Multiculturalism) David Collenette 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister for responsible National Capital Commission Charles Lapointe 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Associate Minister of National Defence Vacant 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of National Defence Jean-Jacques Blais 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of National Health and Welfare Monique Bégin 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of National Revenue Roy MacLaren 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
President of the Privy Council André Ouellet 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Public Works Charles Lapointe 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Regional Development) Rémi Bujold 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Regional Industrial Expansion Ed Lumley 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Royal Canadian Mint Charles Lapointe 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State for Science and Technology Ed Lumley 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Secretary of State for Canada Serge Joyal 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Small Businesses and Tourism) David Smith 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State for Social Development Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Solicitor General Bob Kaplan 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for Standards Council of Canada Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister responsible for the Status of Women Judy Erola 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Supply and Services and Receiver General Charles Lapointe 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Transport Lloyd Axworthy 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Transport) Bill Rompkey 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
President of the Treasury Board Herb Gray 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of Veterans Affairs Bennett Campbell 30 June 1984 17 September 1984
Minister of State (Youth) Jean Lapierre 30 June 1984 17 September 1984

ReferencesEdit

  • Government of Canada. "Twenty-Third Ministry". Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation. Privy Council Office. Retrieved 2010-07-01.

SuccessionEdit

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
22nd Canadian Ministry
23rd Canadian Ministry
1984
Succeeded by
24th Canadian Ministry