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List of current Canadian first ministers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of premiers by provinces

Canada is a federation that comprises ten provinces and three territories. Its government is structured as a parliamentary democracy, with a Prime Minister as its head of government; and a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as its sovereign. Each of the country's provinces and territories has a head of government, called premier by anglophones and premier ministre—the same term used for the federal leader—by francophones. Collectively, the federal Prime Minister and provincial and territorial premiers are referred to as first ministers.

Of the fourteen current first ministers, one (Joe Savikataaq) is indigenous, none are from a visible minority, 13 are men, one is a woman.[note 1][note 2] The longest-serving first minister is Stephen McNeil of Nova Scotia, who has held the position since October 22, 2013; the newest first minister is Andrew Furey of the Newfoundland and Labrador, who assumed office on August 19, 2020. The oldest first minister, Blaine Higgs of New Brunswick, was born in March 1954, while the youngest, Andrew Furey of Newfoundland and Labrador, was born in 1975. Of the current first ministers, four are from a Liberal Party, four are from a Progressive Conservative Party, and one is from a New Democratic Party; three others are from local parties (the Coalition Avenir Québec, the Saskatchewan Party, and the United Conservative Party) and two are non-partisan. Provincial parties are not necessarily affiliated with or politically analogous to their federal counterparts.

Current Canadian first ministers

Premiers are listed in accordance with the provincial order of precedence: provinces before territories, and by order of joining confederation within those categories; where multiple jurisdictions joined confederation in the same year, they are ordered by population at the time of joining. Incumbency is current as of September 18, 2020.

First minister Jurisdiction Order Party Incumbency First mandate began Current mandate began Parlia-
ment
Refer-
ence
Federation – Prime Minister of Canada
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Justin Trudeau Canada 23rd Liberal Party of Canada 4 years, 319 days 2015 Election 2019 Election 43rd [1]
Provinces – Provincial Premiers
Doug Ford in Toronto - 2018 (41065995960) (cropped).jpg
Doug Ford Ontario 26th Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario 2 years, 81 days 2018 Election 2018 Election 42nd [2]
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François Legault Quebec 32nd Coalition Avenir Québec 1 year, 336 days 2018 Election 2018 Election 42nd
Stephen McNeil 2014.jpg
Stephen McNeil Nova Scotia 28th Nova Scotia Liberal Party 6 years, 332 days 2013 Election 2017 Election 63rd [3]
Blaine Higgs 2019 (cropped).jpg
Blaine Higgs New Brunswick 34th Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick 1 year, 314 days 2018 Designation 2020 Election 60th [4]
Brian Pallister - 2019 (48002323306) (cropped).jpg
Brian Pallister Manitoba 22nd Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba 4 years, 138 days 2016 Election 2019 Election 42nd [5]
John Horgan 2015.jpg
John Horgan British Columbia 36th British Columbia New Democratic Party 3 years, 62 days 2017 Designation 2017 Designation 41st [6]
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Dennis King Prince Edward Island 33rd Progressive Conservative Party of Prince Edward Island 1 year, 132 days 2019 Election 2019 Election 66th [7]
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Scott Moe Saskatchewan 15th Saskatchewan Party 2 years, 229 days 2018 Designation 2018 Designation 28th [8]
Jason Kenney in 2019.jpg
Jason Kenney Alberta 18th United Conservative Party 1 year, 141 days 2019 Election 2019 Election 30th [9]
Andrew Furey Newfoundland and Labrador 14th Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador 30 days 2020 Designation 2020 Designation 49th [10]
Territories – Territorial Premiers
Caroline Cochrane Northwest Territories 13th N/A (consensus government) 330 days 2019 Election 2019 Election 19th
Sandy Silver.jpg
Sandy Silver Yukon 9th Yukon Liberal Party 3 years, 290 days 2016 Election 2016 Election 34th [11]
Joe Savikataaq.jpg
Joe Savikataaq Nunavut 5th N/A (consensus government) 2 years, 96 days 2018 Designation 2018 Designation 5th [12]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The most recently-serving first minister from a visible minority was Robert Ghiz of Prince Edward Island, who left office on February 23, 2015.
  2. ^ The only serving female first minister is Caroline Cochrane of Northwest Territories, who assumed office on October 24, 2019.

References

  1. ^ "Prime Minister of Canada". Government of Canada. Retrieved November 14, 2015.
  2. ^ "Office of the Premier". Government of Ontario. Archived from the original on February 9, 2013. Retrieved February 11, 2013.
  3. ^ "Honourable Stephen McNeil". Government of Nova Scotia. Retrieved October 22, 2013.
  4. ^ "Higgs sworn in as 34th premier of New Brunswick". Government of New Brunswick. November 9, 2018. Retrieved November 9, 2018.
  5. ^ "Office of the Premier". Government of Manitoba. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  6. ^ "Office of the Premier". Government of British Columbia. Retrieved July 18, 2017.
  7. ^ "Office of the Premier of Prince Edward Island". Government of Prince Edward Island. Retrieved February 23, 2015.
  8. ^ "SCOTT MOE SWORN IN AS PREMIER OF SASKATCHEWAN, APPOINTS FIRST CABINET". Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
  9. ^ "Premier". Government of Alberta. Retrieved May 24, 2015.
  10. ^ "Office of the Premier". Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Retrieved December 15, 2015.
  11. ^ "Office of the Premier". Government of Yukon. Retrieved December 14, 2016.
  12. ^ "Longtime politician Paul Quassa chosen new premier of Nunavut". CTV News, November 17, 2017.

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