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Progressive Conservative Party of Canada

POLITICAL PARTY

Colloquially the "Tory" party. Active from July 1st 1867, though under the "Progressive Conservative" starting only in 1942. It merged with the Conservative Party of Canada on December 7th 2003.

Founding Date:
1-Jul-1867

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Baird
Politician
26-May-1969   Canadian MP, Ottawa West--Nepean
Michael Chong
Politician
22-Nov-1971   Canadian MP, Wellington--Halton Hills
Tony Clement
Politician
27-Jan-1961   Canadian Minister of Health
William G. Davis
Politician
30-Jul-1929   Premier of Ontario, 1971-85
Stockwell Day
Politician
16-Aug-1950   Canadian Minister of Public Safety
Grant Devine
Politician
5-Jul-1944   Premier of Saskatchewan, 1982-91
Ernie Eves
Politician
17-Jun-1946   Premier of Ontario, 2002-03
Jim Flaherty
Politician
30-Dec-1949   Canadian Minister of Finance
John Hamm
Politician
8-Apr-1938   Premier of Nova Scotia, 1999-2006
Mike Harris
Politician
23-Jan-1945   Premier of Ontario, 1995-2002
Loyola Hearn
Politician
25-Mar-1943   Canadian MP, St. John's South--Mount Pearl
Peter MacKay
Government
27-Sep-1965   Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister
Donald F. Mazankowski
Politician
27-Jul-1935   Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, 1986-93
Rob Nicholson
Politician
29-Apr-1952   Canadian Minister of Justice
Bev Oda
Politician
27-Jul-1944   Canadian MP, Durham
Jim Prentice
Politician
20-Jul-1956   Canadian Minister of Industry
John Reynolds
Politician
19-Jan-1942   Canadian MP, West Vancouver
Morton Shulman
Politician
25-Apr-1925 18-Aug-2000 Ontario MPP, iconoclast


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