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Prime Ministers of Canada

Overview
Prime Minister of Canada
List of Prime Ministers of Canada
Timeline of Prime Ministers of Canada
List of Canadian federal general elections
Prime Ministers of Canada in popular culture
Residence
24 Sussex Drive
Harrington Lake
Office
Office of the Prime Minister
Langevin Block
Prime Ministers
John A. Macdonald
Alexander Mackenzie
John Abbott
John Sparrow David Thompson
Mackenzie Bowell
Charles Tupper
Wilfrid Laurier
Robert Borden
Arthur Meighen
William Lyon Mackenzie King
R. B. Bennett
Louis St. Laurent
John Diefenbaker
Lester B. Pearson
Pierre Trudeau
Joe Clark
John Turner
Brian Mulroney
Kim Campbell
Jean Chrétien
Paul Martin
Stephen Harper
Joint Premiers
Joint Premiers of the Province of Canada
List of Joint Premiers of the Province of Canada
List of elections in the Province of Canada
Miscellany
Queen's Privy Council for Canada
List of Canadian Leaders of the Opposition
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