Category:Charles Tupper

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Charles Tupper 
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6th Prime Minister of Canada
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Date of birth 2 July 1821
Amherst
Charles Tupper
Date of death 30 October 1915
Bexleyheath
Place of burial
  • St. John's Cemetery, Halifax
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • University of Edinburgh Medical School
Occupation
Member of political party
  • Conservative Party of Canada
Position held
  • Premier of Nova Scotia (James William Johnston, 11 May 1864, Hiram Blanchard, 3 July 1867)
  • Prime Minister of Canada (Mackenzie Bowell, 1 May 1896, Wilfrid Laurier, 8 July 1896)
  • member of the House of Commons of Canada
  • member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly
  • Leader of the Official Opposition (Wilfrid Laurier, 11 July 1896, Robert Borden, 5 February 1901)
  • Secretary of State for Canada (Walter Humphries Montague, 15 January 1896, Richard William Scott, 8 July 1896)
  • Minister of Finance (Archibald McLelan, 27 January 1887, George Eulas Foster, 22 May 1888)
  • Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom
  • ambassador
Noble title
  • baronet
Father
  • Charles Tupper
Child
  • Charles Hibbert Tupper
  • William Johnston Tupper
Spouse
Work location
Award received
  • Companion of the Order of the Bath
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George
  • Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (2016)
Authority control
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