Joe Volpe - Offices Held

Offices Held

27th Ministry – Cabinet of Paul Martin
Cabinet Posts (2)
Predecessor Office Successor
Judy Sgro Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
Monte Solberg
position created in 2003 Minister of State
styled as Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development
Lucienne Robillard
Ministers of Labour
Ministers of Labour (1900-1996)
  • Mulock
  • Aylesworth
  • Lemieux1
  • W.L.M. King
  • Crothers
  • Robertson
  • Murdock
  • J.H. King (acting)
  • Elliott
  • Manion (acting)
  • Jones
  • Heenan
  • Robertson
  • Gordon
  • Rogers
  • McLarty
  • Mitchell
  • Martin (acting)
  • Gregg
  • Starr
  • MacEachen
  • Nicholson
  • Pépin
  • Mackasey
  • O'Connell
  • Munro
  • Ouellet (acting)
  • O'Connell
  • Alexander
  • Regan
  • Caccia
  • Ouellet
  • McKnight
  • Cadieux
  • Corbeil
  • Danis
  • Valcourt
  • Axworthy
  • Robillard
Ministers of Human Resources
Development (1996-2005)2
  • Young
  • Pettigrew
  • Stewart
  • Frulla
  • Dryden
Ministers of Human Resources
and Skills Development (2005-)
  • Stronach
  • Finley
  • Solberg
  • Finley
Ministers of Labour (1996-)
  • Robillard
  • Gagliano
  • MacAulay
  • Bradshaw
  • Fontana3
  • Blackburn
  • Ambrose
  • Raitt

1Until 1909, the office of the minister of Labour was a secondary function of the Postmaster-General of Canada. W.L.M. King was the first to hold the office independently.
2The office of Minister of Employment and Immigration, and Minister of Labour were abolished and the office of Minister of Human Resources Development went in force on July 12, 1996. Under the new provisions, a Minister of Labour may be appointed. However, when no Minister of Labour is appointed, the Minister of Human Resources Development shall exercise the powers and perform the duties and functions of the Minister of Labour.

3Styled "Minister of Labour and Housing".
Ministers of Citizenship and Immigration
Ministers of Citizenship and Immigration (1950-1966)1
  • Harris
  • Pickersgill
  • Fulton (acting)
  • Fairclough
  • Bell
  • Favreau
  • Tremblay
  • Nicholson
  • Marchand
Ministers of Citizenship and Immigration (1994-)
  • Marchi
  • Robillard
  • Caplan
  • Coderre
  • Sgro
  • Volpe
  • Solberg
  • Finley
  • Kenney
1The office of Minister of Citizenship and Immigration was abolished and the office of Minister of Manpower and Immigration was proclaimed in force October 1, 1966.

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