The Globe and Mail is reporting on the top 10 Canadian prime ministers from 1950-1954.
(1 of 1) 10.
William Lyon Mackenzie King The “Little King” led the country for more than 60 years before dying in a plane crash in 1961.
(2 of 1)” 10.
Pierre Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada and Liberal leader from 1984 to 1992.
(3 of 1″) 11.
Brian Mulroney Prime Minister from 1993 to 1999.
(4 of 1)”, title : “10 Canadian prime Ministers of the 20th Century” , photo : “In an era of rapid economic change, a generation of leaders and politicians from all parties has emerged with unique and enduring strengths.
Among them: William Lyon MacKenzie King, Brian Mulreras prime minister from 1984-92; Pierre Trudeau, prime minister of Canada from 1993-99; Brian Mulvaney, U.S. congressman from 2006-08; Justin Trudeau, Canadian prime minster since 2019.
In an era in which Canada has been transformed by globalization and technological change, these prime ministers have played a central role in forging a common destiny for Canada and the world.
The Globe, “Top 10 Canadian Prime Ministers of a Changing Age” , 2016.
Paul Martin Former French president who served as Canada’s prime minister for two terms from 1994 to 2004.
(5 of 1″ ) 13.
Jean Chrétien Former Canadian prime Minister from 2008 to 2011.
(6 of 1″, title : “”Français, qui se peut le premier de l’épée à Canada ?”
, photo: “In a country where many of us may have thought of ourselves as Canadians, it was Jean Chrétié who had to live up to the title “The Little King” and become known as “the Little Queen.”
In that honour, Chrétiens leadership was as strong as his leadership of his country.
He was a prime minister whose leadership could be compared to that of a queen.
He gave us the world’s first national highway and the longest uninterrupted highway in the world.
“(7 of 1), title : “‘La France du Québec’: Le même grandeur, les jouer de légion française, et la langue français”, photo : “”The country where I grew up is still here,” said Chrétians former foreign minister, Pierre Trudeau.
“The place where my mother grew up, the place where I have lived since I was a child is still there.
It’s the country where my children will grow up and the country that I am proud of as a Canadian prime mover.”
Robert Borden Former Canadian cabinet minister from 1995 to 2004 and the former chief of staff to prime minister Pierre Trudeau from 2004 to 2019.
(8 of 1″), title :”Robert Borden – A biography of Canada’s longest-serving cabinet minister” , Photo : “Robert Bordens history was made in the Canadian public arena, as the Conservative Party took power in a landslide, in 1997.
In doing so, he became the longest serving cabinet minister in Canadian history, having served as the prime minister since 2007.
In a country of many immigrants and refugees, Bordens political and personal life was a model of inclusion and compassion, and he served his country with dignity and respect.
The Ottawa Citizen named Borden Canada’s “most interesting man” in 2011.
“(9 of 1),” title : ‘Robert Bordeng: A biography’ , photo (10 of 1′)”, title:”Robert Bordenson – A biographical account of Canada ‘s longest serving prime minister”, photo :”The book, ‘The Great Canadian Prime Minister’ tells the story of Borden’s life, career and leadership.
In this unique book, he is described as ‘the greatest Canadian prime ministerial leader ever born.’
This is an exceptional biography, written with the keenest sense of detail possible and by a truly gifted and talented author.
“(11 of 1,” title : “Robert ‘The Little Queen’ Borden: A Biography” , title : Robert Bordeng – A Biographical Account of Canada “Greatest Canadian Prime Minster Ever Born” , image : “His accomplishments, his courage, his leadership, his integrity, his compassion, his wisdom, and his vision were remarkable and he was a true exemplar of the great Canadian tradition.
Robert Bordendens biography, “The GreatCanadianPrimeMinister” , is available for purchase from the Globe and Magazine’s online bookstore.
Justin Trudeau The “little king” Prime Minister since 2019 who was Canada’s first female prime minister and who was also the country’s first woman prime minister.
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Jean Chretien Former prime minister between 1996 and 2009 and the “grandest and most successful leader in the history of Canada.”
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Brian Pallister Former Progressive Conservative MP from Newfoundland and Labrador from 2007 to