Liberal Party of Canada leadership election, 1984

Liberal Party Of Canada Leadership Election, 1984

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Liberal Party of Canada leadership election, 1984

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A Liberal Party of Canada leadership election was called for June 16, 1984, to replace retiring Liberal leader and sitting Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. The convention elected former Finance Minister John Turner, who at the time was not sitting in the House of Commons, as its leader on the second ballot, defeating another former finance minister, Jean Chrétien.


Jean Chrétien

<!-- Unsourced image removed: -->Chrétien, MP for Saint-Maurice, was Minister of State for Social Development and Minister Responsible for constitutional negotiations, playing a significant role in the patriation of the Constitution of Canada, and he had previously served in many other senior portfolios, including a time as Minister of Finance.

Don Johnston

Johnston, MP for Westmount, was President of the Treasury Board, served in several other positions.

Mark MacGuigan

MacGuigan, long-serving MP from Windsor-Walkerville, was the Minister of Justice and was a former Minister of External Affairs.

John Munro

Munro, a long-serving MP from Hamilton East, was Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

John Roberts

Roberts, MP for St. Paul's, was Minister of Employment and Immigration.

John Turner

Turner, former MP for Ottawa-Orleans, resigned as Minister of Finance and 1975, and was a...
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