PRIME MINISTERS OF CANADA SINCE CONFEDERATION

  • Grades: 6–8, 9–12

July 1, 1867Nov. 5, 1873

Sir John A. Macdonald (Conservative)

Nov. 7, 1873Oct. 16, 1878

Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)

Oct. 17, 1878June 6, 1891

Sir John A. Macdonald (Conservative)

June 16, 1891Nov. 24, 1892

Sir John J. Abbott (Conservative)

Dec. 5, 1892Dec. 12, 1894

Sir John S. D. Thompson (Conserv.)

Dec. 21, 1894Apr. 27, 1896

Sir Mackenzie Bowell (Conservative)

May 1, 1896July 8, 1896

Sir Charles Tupper (Conservative)

July 11, 1896Oct. 6, 1911

Sir Wilfrid Laurier (Liberal)

Oct. 10, 1911Oct. 12, 1917

Sir Robert L. Borden (Conservative)

Oct. 12, 1917July 10, 1920

Sir Robert L. Borden (Unionist)

July 10, 1920Dec. 29, 1921

Arthur Meighen (Unionist)

Dec. 29, 1921June 28, 1926

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Liberal)

June 29, 1926Sept. 25, 1926

Arthur Meighen (Conservative)

Sept. 25, 1926Aug. 6, 1930

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Liberal)

Aug. 7, 1930Oct. 23, 1935

Richard Bedford Bennett (Conservative)

Oct. 23, 1935Nov. 15, 1948

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Liberal)

Nov. 15, 1948June 21, 1957

Louis Stephen St. Laurent (Liberal)

June 21, 1957Apr. 22, 1963

John G. Diefenbaker (Conservative)

Apr. 22, 1963Apr. 20, 1968

Lester Bowles Pearson (Liberal)

Apr. 20, 1968June 4, 1979

Pierre Elliott Trudeau (Liberal)

June 4, 1979Feb. 18, 1980

Joseph Clark (Conservative)

Feb. 18, 1980June 30, 1984

Pierre Elliott Trudeau (Liberal)

June 30, 1984Sept. 17, 1984

John N. Turner (Liberal)

Sept. 17, 1984June 25, 1993

Brian Mulroney (Conservative)

June 25, 1993Nov. 4, 1993

Kim Campbell (Conservative)

Nov. 4, 1993

Jean Chr├ętien (Liberal)

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