Category:Jean Chrétien

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Jean Chrétien 
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20th Prime Minister of Canada
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Date of birth11 January 1934
Shawinigan
Joseph Jacques Jean Chrétien
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Faculté de droit de l'université Laval
Occupation
Member of political party
Position held
  • Prime Minister of Canada (4 November 1993, 12 December 2003, Kim Campbell, Paul Martin, 20)
  • member of the House of Commons of Canada (25 October 1993, 12 December 2003, Saint-Maurice, Denis Pronovost, Marcel Gagnon)
  • Leader of the Official Opposition (21 December 1990, 4 November 1993, Herb Gray, Lucien Bouchard)
  • Deputy Prime Minister of Canada (30 June 1984, 17 September 1984, Allan MacEachen, Erik Nielsen)
  • Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources (10 September 1982, 30 June 1984, Marc Lalonde, Gerald Regan)
  • Minister of Justice (3 March 1980, 9 September 1982, Jacques Flynn, Mark MacGuigan)
  • Minister of Finance (16 September 1977, 4 June 1979, Donald Stovel Macdonald, John Crosbie)
  • President of the Treasury Board (8 August 1974, 13 September 1976, Charles Drury, Bob Andras)
  • Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs (5 July 1968, 7 August 1974, Arthur Laing, Judd Buchanan)
  • Minister of National Revenue (18 January 1968, 5 July 1968, Edgar Benson, Jean-Pierre Côté)
  • board member
Sibling
  • Michel Chrétien
Child
  • Michel Chrétien
  • France Chrétien Desmarais
  • Hubert Chrétien
Spouse
Work location
Award received
Authority control
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