25th Canadian Ministry

Jean Charest Paul Dick Perrin Beatty
25th Canadian Ministry
25e conseil des ministres du Canada
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25th ministry of Canada
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Date formedJune 25, 1993
Date dissolvedNovember 4, 1993
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor GeneralRay Hnatyshyn
Prime MinisterKim Campbell
No. of ministers25
Member partyProgressive Conservative Party of Canada
Opposition partyLiberal Party of Canada
Opposition leaderJean Chrétien
History
Legislature term(s)34th Canadian Parliament
Predecessor24th Canadian Ministry
Successor26th Canadian Ministry

The Twenty-Fifth Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Kim Campbell. It governed Canada from 25 June 1993 to 4 November 1993, including only the last two months of the 34th Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and was the last ministry to be led by that party.

Ministers

Portfolio Minister Term
Start End
Prime Minister Kim Campbell 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Deputy Prime Minister Jean Charest 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Agriculture Charles Mayer 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Amateur Sport Mary Collins 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Ross Reid 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for the Canadian Dairy Commission Charles Mayer 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Canadian International Development Agency Perrin Beatty 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Paul Dick 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Canada Post Corporation Larry Schneider 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board Charles Mayer 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Communications Monique Landry 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Registrar General Jean Charest 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Defence Construction Canada Paul Dick 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Employment and Immigration Bernard Valcourt 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Energy, Mines, and Resources Bobbie Sparrow 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of the Environment Pierre H. Vincent 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians Jim Edwards 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Secretary of State for External Affairs Perrin Beatty 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister for External Relations Perrin Beatty 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Federal-Provincial Relations Kim Campbell 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for the Federal Office of Regional Development – Quebec Jean Charest 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Finance Gilles Loiselle 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Ross Reid 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Forestry Bobbie Sparrow 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Pauline Browes 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Industry, Science and Technology Jean Charest 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of International Trade Tom Hockin 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Justice and Attorney General Pierre Blais 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for La Francophonie Perrin Beatty 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Labour Bernard Valcourt 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Doug Lewis 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Leader of the Government in the Senate Lowell Murray 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Multiculturalism and Citizenship Gerry Weiner 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for National Capital Commission Gerry Weiner 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Associate Minister of National Defence Vacant 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of National Defence Tom Siddon 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of National Health and Welfare Mary Collins 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of National Revenue Garth Turner 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
President of the Privy Council Pierre Blais 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Public Security Doug Lewis 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Public Works Paul Dick 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Royal Canadian Mint Paul Dick 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister for Science Rob Nicholson 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Secretary of State for Canada Monique Landry 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Solicitor General Doug Lewis 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Small Business Rob Nicholson 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Small Communities and Rural Areas Charles Mayer 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for Standards Council of Canada Jean Charest 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister responsible for the Status of Women Mary Collins 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Supply and Services and Receiver General Paul Dick 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Transport Jean Corbeil 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
President of the Treasury Board Jim Edwards 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Veterans Affairs Peter McCreath 25 June 1993 4 November 1993
Minister of Western Economic Diversification Larry Schneider 25 June 1993 4 November 1993

References

Succession

Ministries of Canada
Preceded by
24th Canadian Ministry
25th Canadian Ministry
1993
Succeeded by
26th Canadian Ministry