Who was prime minister in 1988 Canada?

Martin Brian Mulroney PC CC GOQ (/mʊlˈruːni/; born March 20, 1939) is a Canadian lawyer, businessman, and politician who served as the 18th prime minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993.

Who won the 1988 election in Canada?

National results

Party Party leader Popular vote
Progressive Conservative Brian Mulroney 43.02%
Liberal John Turner 31.92%
New Democratic Party Ed Broadbent 20.38%
Reform Preston Manning 2.09%

What did Kim Campbell do as prime minister?

After becoming party leader and Prime Minister, Campbell set about reorganizing the cabinet. She cut it from 35 ministers to 23 ministers; she consolidated ministries by creating three new ministries: Health, Canadian Heritage, and Public Security.

When was Pierre Trudeau Prime Minister?

Pierre Trudeau

The Right Honourable Pierre Trudeau PC CC CH QC FRSC
Trudeau at a reception by Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands, in February 1975
15th Prime Minister of Canada
In office March 3, 1980 – June 30, 1984
Monarch Elizabeth II

Which party got absolute majority in the elections of 1988?

The PPP emerged as the biggest party, winning 94 of the 207 seats in the National Assembly. The IJI came second with 56 seats amidst a voter turnout of just 43%.

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When did Justin Trudeau became the leader of the Liberal party?

Trudeau was elected leader of the Liberal Party in 2013, succeeding Michael Ignatieff, who retired from politics after losing the general election of 2011.

Who was prime minister after Pierre Elliott Trudeau?

Trudeau resumed the leadership of the Liberal Party and defeated Prime Minister Clark in the 1980 election. He stayed in office until 1984, when he announced his retirement after taking a walk in the snow. He was succeeded by John Turner.

Who was prime minister after Trudeau?

Prime ministers

No. Name (Birth–Death) District
20 Jean Chrétien (b. 1934) MP for Saint-Maurice, QC
21 Paul Martin (b. 1938) MP for LaSalle—Émard, QC
22 Stephen Harper (b. 1959) MP for Calgary Southwest, AB
23 Justin Trudeau (b. 1971) MP for Papineau, QC