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Provinces and Territories Prince Edward Island - Quebec - Saskatchewan - Yukon Territory -

Party abbreviations: CPC = Conservative Party of Canada/Parti Conservateur du Canada (conservative, center-right, former PC, est.7 Dec 2003); Lib = Liberal Party/Parti Libéral (liberal, center-left, est.1854/67); NDPNew Democratic Party/Nouveau Parti Démocrate (social-democratic, est.1961); PC = Progressive Conservative Party/Parti Progressiste-Conservateur (conservative, merged with Canadian Alliance to form CPC, 1942-Dec 2003, separate provincial branches remain in Prince Edward Island, etc.); PQ = Parti Québécois (Quebecois Party, social-democratic, sovereigntist, Quebec separatist, est.1968); SKP = Saskatchewan Party (center-right, Saskatchewan regionalist, est.1997); Yuk = Yukon Party/Parti du Yukon (conservative, Yukon regionalist, est.1992, as Yukon Progressive Conservative Party 1979-1992);
- Former parties: CCF = Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (democratic socialist, left-wing populist, agrarian, 1932-Aug 1961, then NDP, Saskatchewan in 1967); Cnf = Confederation Party (supported confederation with Canada, 1864-1870); Con = Conservative Party (conservative, center-right, former LC, called Unionist Party 1917-20, National Liberal and Conservative 1920-22, and  Liberal-Conservative 1922-38, merged into PC, 1841-54 and 1867/73-1942); Con-E = Conservative Party of Canada East (Quebec regionalist, conservative, "Tories", 1841-1867, becomes Con); LC = Liberal Conservative Party (est.1854-1873, as Unionist Party 1917-20; National Liberal and Conservative Party 1920-22, renamed PC); Lib-E = Liberal Party of Canada East (Quebec regionalist, liberal, 1841-1861, becomes Lib); Ref Reform Party/Parti Réformiste (conservative, populist, 1987-2000, merged into Canadian Alliance); Ref-E = Reform Party of Canada East (Quebec regionalist, pro-responsible government, 1841-1857, moderates join LC, liberals join Lib); RPLC = Reform Party of Lower Canada (Quebec regionalist, radical reformist, "Patriotes", 1837-1841, becomes Ref-E); UN = Union Nationale (National Union, conservative, Quebec autonomist, nationalist, 1935-1989)



Prince Edward Island
 
Unofficial Flag
                          of Prince Edward Island (Canada) 1878
                22 Jul 1878 - 23 Sep 1905 Unofficial
 
Unofficial Flag
                          of Prince Edward Island (Canada) 1905
              23 Sep 1905 - 24 Mar 1964 Unofficial
 
Flag of Prince Edward Island
                          (Canada)
              Adopted 24 Mar 1964
 
Capital: Charlottetown
(Port-la-Joie 1720-1770)
Population: 146,100 (2012)

24 Apr 1663                Claimed for France.
23 Aug 1720                French colony (Île de Saint-Jean), part of
                             Île Royale (see Cape Breton Island).
20 Jul 1745 - Sep 1748     British occupation (renamed New Ireland).
17 Aug 1758                British occupation.
10 Feb 1763                Ceded to Britain, administered by Nova Scotia (from 7 Oct 1763).
28 Jun 1769                Separate colony (St. John's Island).
 1 Feb 1799                Renamed Prince Edward Island.
24 Apr 1851                Responsible government granted.
 1 Jul 1873                Province of Canada.

Commandants
Aug 1720 -  3 Feb 1722     Robert David de Gotteville de      (d. af.1724)
                             Bellisle (Belile)
 3 Feb 1722 - 1723         Jean Maurice Josué du Bois-        (b. c.1662 - d. 1750)
                             Berthélot de Beaucours
 2 Jul 1726 - 1732         Jacques d'Espiet de Pensens        (b. 16.. - d. 1737)
                             (1st time)
1732 - 1733                Jean-François Eurry de La Pérelle  (b. c.1691 - d. c.1770)
1733 -  1 Apr 1737         Jacques d'Espiet de Pensens        (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
 2 Apr 1737 - 17 May 1737  du Haget (acting)
17 May 1737 - 1744         Louis du Pont du Chambon           (b. 1679 - d. 1775)
1744 - 20 Jul 1745         du Vivier (acting)
20 Jul 1745 - Sep 1748     the governors of Cape Breton
Sep 1748 - Aug 1749        Benoit (acting)
Aug 1749 - Apr 1754        Claude-Élisabeth Denys de          (b. 1701 - d. 1760)
                             Bonaventure
Apr 1754 - 17 Aug 1758     Gabriel Rousseau de Villejoin      (b. 1709 - d. 1781)
Commanders
17 Aug 1758 - 14 Nov 1758  Andrew Rollo, Lord Rollo           (b. 1703 - d. 1765)
14 Nov 1758 - 1760         Adam
1760 - 1762                Hill (1st time)
1762 - 1763                Sinclair
1763 -  7 Oct 1763         Hill (2nd time)
Lieutenant governors
30 Aug 1769 -  4 Nov 1786  Walter Patterson                   (b. 1742 - d. 1798)
                             (departed 10 Jun 1787)
 
3 Aug 1775 - 28 Jun 1780  Philipps Callbeck                  (b. 1743 - d. 1790)
                             (acting for Patterson)
                             (American prisoner 8 Dec 1775 - 1776)
 8 Dec 1775 - 1776         Thomas DesBrisay                   (b. 1733 - d. 1819)
                             (acting for Callbeck)
 4 Nov 1786 - 10 May 1804  Edmund Fanning                     (b. 1737 - d. 1818)
                            
(unable to fully exercise office until Patterson left)
10 May 1804 -  5 Aug 1812  Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres  (b. 1722 - d. 1824)
 5 Aug 1812 - 19 Apr 1824  Charles Douglas Smith              (b. 1761 - d. 1855)
19 Apr 1824 - 16 Mar 1831  John Ready                         (b. 1777 - d. 1845)
 
9 Dec 1825 - 10 Dec 1826  George Wright (acting for Ready)   (b. 1779 - d. 1842)
16 Mar 1831 - 26 Jul 1831  Sir Murray Maxwell (acting)        (b. 1775 - d. 1831)
26 Jul 1831 -  1 Dec 1835  Aretas William Young               (b. 1778 - d. 1835)
                             (from 9 Jul 1834, Sir Aretas William Young)
 1 Dec 1835 - 30 Aug 1836  George Wright (1st time) (acting)  (s.a.)
30 Aug 1836 - 31 Mar 1837  Sir John Harvey                    (b. 1778 - d. 1852)
31 Mar 1837 -  2 Nov 1841  Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy       (b. 1796 - d. 1858)
 2 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841  George Wright (2nd time) (acting)  (s.a.)
13 Nov 1841 -  1 Nov 1847  Sir Henry Vere Huntley             (b. 1795 - d. 1864)
 9 Dec 1847 - 18 Oct 1850  Sir Donald Campbell                (b. 1800 - d. 1850)
18 Oct 1850 - 10 Mar 1851  Ambrose Lane (acting)              (b. 1791? - d. 1853)
10 Mar 1851 - 11 Jul 1854  Sir Alexander Bannerman            (b. 1783 - d. 1864)
11 Jul 1854 - 25 May 1859  Dominick Daly                      (b. 1798 - d. 1868)
                             (from 2 Jul 1856, Sir Dominick Daly)
25 May 1859 -  8 Jun 1859  Charles Young (acting)             (b. 1812 - d. 1892)
 8 Jun 1859 - 22 Oct 1868  George Dundas                      (b. 1819 - d. 1880)
22 Oct 1868 -  6 Oct 1870  Sir Robert Hodgson (1st time)      (b. 1798 - d. 1880) 
                             (acting)
 6 Oct 1870 -  4 Jul 1874  Sir William Cleaver Francis        (b. 1834 - d. 1897)
                             Robinson
 4 Jul 1874 - 10 Jul 1879  Sir Robert Hodgson (2nd time)      (s.a.)
10 Jul 1879 - 18 Jul 1884  Thomas Heath Haviland              (b. 1822 - d. 1895)
18 Jul 1884 -  2 Sep 1889  Andrew Archibald Macdonald         (b. 1829 - d. 1912)
 2 Sep 1889 - 14 Feb 1894  Jedediah Slason Carvell            (b. 1832 - d. 1894)
21 Feb 1894 - 23 May 1899  George William Howlan              (b. 1835 - d. 1901)
23 May 1899 -  3 Oct 1904  Peter Adolphus McIntyre            (b. 1840 - d. 1910)
 3 Oct 1904 -  1 Jun 1910  Donald Alexander MacKinnon         (b. 1863 - d. 1928)
 1 Jun 1910 -  3 Jun 1915  Benjamin Rogers                    (b. 1837 - d. 1923)
 3 Jun 1915 - 16 Jul 1919  Augustine Colin Macdonald          (b. 1837 - d. 1919)
 2 Sep 1919 -  8 Sep 1924  Murdoch McKinnon                   (b. 1865 - d. 1944)
 8 Sep 1924 - 19 Nov 1930  Frank Richard Heartz               (b. 1871 - d. 1955)
19 Nov 1930 -  9 Dec 1933  Charles Dalton                     (b. 1850 - d. 1933)
28 Dec 1933 - 11 Sep 1939  George Des Brisay de Blois         (b. 1887 - d. 1964)
11 Sep 1939 - 18 May 1945  Bradford William LePage            (b. 1876 - d. 1964)
18 May 1945 -  4 Oct 1950  Joseph Alphonsus Bernard           (b. 1881 - d. 1962)
 4 Oct 1950 - 31 Mar 1958  Thomas William Lemuel Prowse       (b. 1888 - d. 1973)
31 Mar 1958 -  1 Aug 1963  Frederick Walter Hyndman           (b. 1904 - d. 1995)
 1 Aug 1963 -  6 Oct 1969  Willibald Joseph MacDonald         (b. 1897 - d. 1977)
 6 Oct 1969 - 21 Oct 1974  John George MacKay                 (b. 1893 - d. 1974)
24 Oct 1974 - 14 Jan 1980  Gordon Lockhart Bennett            (b. 1912 - d. 2000)
14 Jan 1980 -  1 Aug 1985  Joseph Aubin Doiron                (b. 1922 - d. 1995)
 1 Aug 1985 - 16 Aug 1990  Robert Lloyd George MacPhail       (b. 1920 - d. 1995)
16 Aug 1990 - 30 Aug 1995  Marion L. Reid (f)                 (b. 1929)
30 Aug 1995 - 28 May 2001  Gilbert Ralph Clements             (b. 1928 - d. 2012)
28 May 2001 - 31 Jul 2006  Léonce Bernard                     (b. 1943 - d. 2013)
31 Jul 2006 - 15 Aug 2011  Barbara Oliver Hagerman (f)        (b. 1943)
15 Aug 2011 -              Harry Frank Lewis                  (b. 1939)

Premiers
24 Apr 1851 -  1 Apr 1854  George Coles (1st time)            (b. 1810 - d. 1875)  Lib
 
1 Apr 1854 -  1 Jun 1855  John Myrie Holl                    (b. 1802 - d. 1869)  Con
 
1 Jun 1855 -  1 Sep 1859  George Coles (2nd time)            (s.a.)               Lib
 
1 Sep 1859 -  1 Apr 1863  Edward Palmer                      (b. 1809 - d. 1889)  Con
 
1 Apr 1863 -  1 Jun 1865  John Hamilton Gray                 (b. 1812 - d. 1887)  Con
 
1 Jun 1865 -  1 Aug 1867  James Colledge Pope (1st time)     (b. 1826 - d. 1885)  Con
 
1 Aug 1867 -  1 Feb 1869  George Coles (3rd time)            (s.a.)               Lib
 
1 Feb 1869 -  1 Jul 1869  Joseph Hensley                     (b. 1824 - d. 1884)  Lib
 
1 Jul 1869 -  1 Aug 1870  Robert Poore Haythorne (1st time)  (b. 1815 - d. 1891)  Lib
 
1 Aug 1870 -  1 Sep 1871  James Colledge Pope (2nd time)     (s.a.)               Con
 
1 Sep 1871 -  1 Apr 1873  Robert Poore Haythorne (2nd time)  (s.a.)               Lib
 
1 Apr 1873 -  1 Sep 1873  James Colledge Pope (3rd time)     (s.a.)               Con
 
1 Sep 1873 -  1 Aug 1876  Lemuel Cambridge Owen              (b. 1822 - d. 1912)  Con
 
1 Aug 1876 - 25 Apr 1879  Sir Louis Henry Davies             (b. 1845 - d. 1924)  Lib
25 Apr 1879 -  1 Nov 1889  Sir William Wilfred Sullivan       (b. 1843 - d. 1920)  Con
 
1 Nov 1889 - 27 Apr 1891  Neil McLeod                        (b. 1842 - d. 1915)  Con
27 Apr 1891 -  1 Oct 1897  Frederick Peters                   (b. 1852 - d. 1919)  Lib
 
1 Oct 1897 -  1 Aug 1898  Alexander Bannerman Warburton      (b. 1852 - d. 1929)  Lib
 
1 Aug 1898 - 29 Dec 1901  Donald Farquharson                 (b. 1834 - d. 1903)  Lib
29 Dec 1901 - 29 Jan 1908  Arthur Peters                      (b. 1854 - d. 1908)  Lib
 1 Feb 1908 - 16 May 1911  Francis Longworth Haszard          (b. 1849 - d. 1938)  Lib
16 May 1911 -  2 Dec 1911  Herbert James Palmer               (b. 1851 - d. 1939)  Lib
 2 Dec 1911 - 21 Jun 1917  John Alexander Mathieson           (b. 1863 - d. 1947)  Con
21 Jun 1917 -  9 Sep 1919  Aubin Edmond Arsenault             (b. 1870 - d. 1968)  Con
 9 Sep 1919 -  5 Sep 1923  John Howatt Bell                   (b. 1845 - d. 1929)  Lib
 5 Sep 1923 - 12 Aug 1927  James David Stewart (1st time)     (b. 1874 - d. 1933)  Con
12 Aug 1927 - 20 May 1930  Albert Charles Saunders            (b. 1874 - d. 1943)  Lib
20 May 1930 - 29 Aug 1931  Walter Maxfield Lea (1st time)     (b. 1874 - d. 1936)  Lib
29 Aug 1931 - 10 Oct 1933  James David Stewart (2nd time)     (s.a.)               Con
14 Oct 1933 - 15 Aug 1935  William Joseph Parnell MacMillan   (b. 1881 - d. 1957)  Con
15 Aug 1935 - 10 Jan 1936  Walter Maxfield Lea (2nd time)     (s.a.)               Lib
14 Jan 1936 - 11 May 1943  Thane Alexander Campbell           (b. 1895 - d. 1978)  Lib
11 May 1943 - 25 May 1953  John Walter Jones                  (b. 1878 - d. 1954)  Lib
25 May 1953 - 16 Sep 1959  Alexander Wallace Matheson         (b. 1903 - d. 1976)  Lib
16 Sep 1959 - 28 Jul 1966  Walter Russell Shaw                (b. 1887 - d. 1981)  PC
28 Jul 1966 - 18 Sep 1978  Alexander Bradshaw Campbell        (b. 1933)            Lib
18 Sep 1978 -  3 May 1979  W. Bennett Campbell                (b. 1943 - d. 2008)  Lib
 3 May 1979 - 17 Nov 1981  J. Angus MacLean                   (b. 1914 - d. 2000)  PC
17 Nov 1981 -  2 May 1986  James M. Lee                       (b. 1937)            PC
 2 May 1986 - 25 Jan 1993  Joseph A. Ghiz                     (b. 1945 - d. 1996)  Lib
25 Jan 1993 - 10 Oct 1996  Catherine Sophia Callbeck (f)      (b. 1939)            Lib
10 Oct 1996 - 27 Nov 1996  Keith Milligan                     (b. 1950)            Lib
27 Nov 1996 - 12 Jun 2007  Patrick "Pat" Binns                (b. 1948)            PC
12 Jun 2007 -              Robert Ghiz                        (b. 1974)            Lib



Quebec
 
[Parti
                                  Patriote; République du Canada, 1837]
   1837 - 1838 Parti Patriote rebellion flag
 
[Independence of Lower Canada
                                  (1838)]
                 1838  Rebellion flag
 
[flag of
                                  Quebec (Canada)]
                Adopted 21 Jan 1948
 
Map of Quebec Hear Local Anthem
"Gens du Pays"
(People of the Country)
Text of Local Anthem
(1975 unofficial; in French)
Constitution
Capital: Quebec City
(Kingston 1841-1844;
Montreal 1844-1849;
Toronto 1849-52, 1856-58;
Quebec City 1852-56, 1859-66;
Ottawa 1866-1867)

Currency: Canadian Dollar
(CAD)
Local Holiday: 24 Jun
Fête Nationale du Québec/
Quebec National Holiday
(St. Jean Baptiste Day)
Population: 8,054,756 (2012)
GDP: $358 billion (2012)
Exports: $63.6 billion (2011)
Imports: $74.8 billion (2011)
Linguistic groups: Quebècois (Francophone) 78%,
British and other Anglophone 7.6%, both English and
French 0.8%,
other non-official languages
12.3% (2011)
Merchant marine: None
(included in Canadian fleet)

Religions: Christian 90.2% (of which Roman Catholic 83.3%,
Protestant 4.7%, Orthodox Christian 1.4%, other Christian
 0.8%),
Muslim 1.5%, Jewish 1.2%, non-religious 5.8%,
other 1.3% (2001)

International Organizations/Treaties: OIF (participating government), UNESCO (cooperation)

24 Jul 1534                St. Lawrence basin claimed for France (New France).
Jul 1542/Sep 1543          Colony of France-Royale
 3 Jan 1578                Colony of New France (later includes Acadie, Quebec, Montreal,
                             Louisiana, Île St. Jean, Plaisance, Île Royale,
                             and Trois-Rivièrs).
 9 Aug 1629 - 13 Jul 1632  Quebec city occupied by English.
18 May 1642                Montreal a separate French colony.
13 Sep 1759                Quebec City occupied by Britain.
 8 Sep 1760                Montreal occupied by Britain; end of French rule.
10 Feb 1763                Officially ceded to Britain (Quebec).
10 Aug 1764                Quebec, Montreal and Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers) unified.
22 Jun 1774 -  3 Sep 1783  Borders of Quebec extended to the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers,
                             including Ontario and Rupert's Land.
13 Nov 1775 - 16 Jun 1776  American occupation of Montreal.
26 Dec 1791                Divided into Lower Canada (Quebec) and Upper Canada (Ontario).
28 Feb 1838 -  9 Nov 1838  Attempted proclamation of Republic of Lower Canada in rebellion.
 5 Feb 1841                Canada East, part of Province of Canada.
11 Mar 1848                Responsible government granted to Province of Canada.
 1 Jul 1867                Quebec (province of Canada).
15 May 1912                Ungava district incorporated into Quebec.
 1 Mar 1927                British Privy Council decides final Newfoundland-Quebec border,
                             decision
remains contested by Quebec.
20 May 1980                Independence referendum fails 60% No to 40% Yes. 
30 Oct 1995                Independence referendum fails 50.6% No to 49.4% Yes.
27 Nov 2006                
Canadian parliament "recognizes that the Québécois form a nation
                             within a united Canada."

New France

Governor
24 Jul 1534 - 15 Jan 1541  Jacques Cartier                    (b. 1491 - d. 1557)
Lieutenants-general
15 Jan 1541 - Sep 1543     Jean-François de la Rocquet,       (b. c.1500 - d. 1560)
                             sieur de Roberval
Sep 1543 -  3 Jan 1578     Abandoned
 3 Jan 1578 - 1603         Troilus de Mesguoez,               (b. 1536? - d. 1606)
                             marquis de la Roche-Mesgouez 
                             (viceroy and from 12 Jan 1598, lieutenant-general)
1603 - 1610                Pierre Dugua, sieur de Monts       (b. c.1558 - d. 1628)

Viceroys (resident in France)
 8 Oct 1611 - 12 Nov 1611  Charles de Bourbon, comte          (b. 1566 - d. 1612)
                             de Soissons 
12 Nov 1611 - 22 Nov 1611  Samuel de Champlain (acting)       (b. 1567 - d. 1635)
22 Nov 1611 -  1 Sep 1616  Henri de Bourbon, prince de        (b. 1588 - d. 1646) 
                             Condé (1st time) 
 1 Sep 1616 - Oct 1619     Pons se Lauzières de Cardaillac,   (b. 1553 - d. 1627)
                             marquis de Thémines

Oct 1619 - 25 Feb 1620     Henri de Bourbon, prince de        (s.a.)
                             Condé (2nd time) 
25 Feb 1620 - Mar 1625     Henri, duc de Montmorency          (b. 1595 - d. 1632)
Mar 1625 - 1626            Henri de Lévis, duc de Ventadour   (b. 1596 - d. 1651)
1626 - 1627                Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-  (b. 1585 - d. 1642)
                             duc de Richelieu

Governors

Aug 1624 - Jul 1626        Émery de Caen (1st time)(acting)   (b. 1606 - d. ....)
Jul 1626 - 22 Jul 1629     Samuel de Champlain                (s.a.)
22 Jul 1629 -  4 Mar 1632  Sir Lewis Kirke                    (b. c.1599 - d. bf.1683)
20 Apr 1632 -  1 Mar 1633  Émery de Caen (2nd time)(acting)   (s.a.)
 1 Mar 1633 - 25 Dec 1635  Samuel de Champlain                (s.a.)
25 Dec 1635 - 11 Jun 1636  Marc Antoine Jacques Bras-de-fer 
                             de Châteaufort (acting)
Governors-general
11 Jun 1636 - 19 Aug 1648  Charles Jacques Herault de         (b. c.1583 - d. 1653)
                             Montmagny
20 Aug 1648 - 12 Oct 1651  Louis d'Ailleboust de Coulonges    (b. 1612 - d. 1660)
                             et d'Argentenay (1st time) 
14 Oct 1651 - 12 Sep 1657  Jean de Lauzon                     (b. 1583 - d. 1666)
Sep 1656 - 12 Sep 1657     Charles de Lauzon de Charney       (b. 1632 - d. 1689)
                             (acting for Lauzon)
13 Sep 1657 - 11 Jul 1658  Louis d'Ailleboust de Coulonge     (s.a.)
                             et d'Argentenay (2nd time)(acting)
11 Jul 1658 - 31 Aug 1661  Pierre de Voyer d'Argenson,        (b. 1625 - d. 1709)
                             vicomte d'Argenson 
31 Aug 1661 - 23 Jul 1663  Pierre du Bois d'Avaugour,         (b. 161. - d. 1664)
                             baron d'Avaugour 
23 Jul 1663 - 15 Aug 1663  Bishop François de Montmorency,    (b. 1623 - d. 1708)
                             monseigneur de Laval (1st time)
                              (acting)
15 Aug 1663 -  5 May 1665  Charles Augustin de Saffray,       (d. 1665)
                             sieur de Mézy 
 6 May 1665 - 12 Sep 1665  Alexandre de Pouville,             (b. 1603 - d. 1670)
                             marquis de Tracy (acting)
                             (Lieutenant-general
12 Sep 1665 - 12 Sep 1672  Daniel de Rémy,                    (b. 1626 - d. 1698)
                             sieur de Courcelles 
12 Sep 1672 -  9 May 1682  Louis de Buade, comte de           (b. 1620 - d. 1698)
                             Frontenac et Palluau (1st time) 
 9 May 1682 -  9 Oct 1682  Bishop François de Montmorency,    (s.a.)
                             monseigneur de Laval (2nd time)
                             (acting)
 9 Oct 1682 - 10 Mar 1685  Joseph-Antoine Le Fabvre de La     (b. 1622 - d. 1688)
                             Barre 
10 Mar 1685 -  1 Aug 1685  Jacques de Meulles, seigneur       (b. 16.. - d. 1703)
                             de La Source (acting)        
 1 Aug 1685 - 12 Aug 1689  Jacques-René de Brisay,            (b. 1637 - d. 1710)
                             marquis de Denonville
12 Aug 1689 - 28 Nov 1698  Louis de Buade, comte de           (s.a.)
                             Frontenac Palluau (2nd time)
29 Nov 1698 - 26 May 1703  Louis-Héctor de Callière Bonnevue  (b. 1648 - d. 1703)
                             (acting to 14 Sep 1699)
27 May 1703 - 10 Oct 1725  Philippe de Rigaud,                (b. 1643 - d. 1725)
                             maquis de Vaudreuil 
                             (acting to 16 Sep 1705)
1714 - 1716                Claude de Ramezay                  (b. 1657 - d. 1724)
                             (acting for Vaudreuil)
10 Oct 1725 - 11 Jan 1726  Charles LeMoyne, baron de          (b. 1656 - d. 1729)
                             Longueuil (1st time)(acting)
11 Jan 1726 - 19 Sep 1747  Charles de la Boische,             (b. 1670 - d. 1749)
                             marquis de Beauharnais 
19 Sep 1747 - 15 Aug 1749  Rolland-Michel Barrin, comte       (b. 1693 - d. 1756)
                             de La Galissonière (acting)
15 Aug 1749 - 17 Mar 1752  Jacques Pierre de Taffanel,        (b. 1685 - d. 1752)
                             marquis de la Jonquière de la 
                             Pomarède
17 Mar 1752 - Jul 1752     Charles LeMoyne, baron de          (s.a.)
                             Longueuil (2nd time)(acting)
Jul 1752 - 10 Jul 1755     Michel-Ange Duquesne de Menneville,(b. 1702 - d. 1778)
                             marquis Duquesne 
10 Jul 1755 -  8 Sep 1760  Pierre de Rigaud,                  (b. 1698 - d. 1778)
                             marquis de Vaudreuil-Cavagnal
 8 Sep 1760 - Oct 1763     Jeffery Amherst                    (b. 1717 - d. 1797)
                            (from 23 Mar 1761, Sir Jeffery Amherst) 


Quebec

Governors
Oct 1763 - 10 Aug 1764     Thomas Gates                       (b. c.1720 - d. 1787)
10 Aug 1764 - 12 Apr 1768  James Murray                       (b. 1721 - d. 1794)
28 Jun 1766 - 24 Sep 1766  Paulus Aemilius Irving             (b. 1714 - d. 1796)
                            
(acting for Murray)
28 Oct 1768 - 27 Jun 1778  Guy Carleton (1st time)            (b. 1724 - d. 1808)
 
1 Aug 1770 - Sep 1774     Hector C. Cramahé                  (b. 1721 - d. 1788) 
                             (acting for Carleton)
27 Jun 1778 - 22 Apr 1786  Sir Frederick Haldimand            (b. 1718 - d. 1791)
14 Nov 1784 - 21 Oct 1785  Henry Hamilton                     (b. c.1734 - d. 1796) 
                             (acting for Haldimand)
21 Oct 1785 - 22 Apr 1786  Henry Hope                         (b. c.1746 - d. 1789)
                             (acting for Haldimand)
22 Apr 1786 - 15 Dec 1796  Sir Guy Carleton                   (s.a.)
                             (from 21 Aug 1786, Guy Carleton, Baron Dorchester)
19 Aug 1791 - 1793         Allured Clarke                     (b. 1745 - d. 1832)
                             (acting for Carleton)
15 Dec 1796 - 29 Aug 1807  Robert Prescott                    (b. 1725 - d. 1815)
                             (acting to 27 Apr 1797)
30 Jul 1799 - 12 Aug 1805  Sir Robert Shore Milnes            (b. 1746 - d. 1837)
                             (acting for Prescott)
12 Aug 1805 - 24 Oct 1807  Thomas Dunn (1st time)             (b. 1729 - d. 1818)
                             (acting [for Prescott to 29 Aug 1807])
24 Oct 1807 - 19 Jun 1811  Sir James Henry Craig              (b. 1748 - d. 1812)
19 Jun 1811 - 14 Sep 1811  Thomas Dunn (2nd time) (acting)    (s.a.)
14 Sep 1811 -  4 Apr 1815  Sir George Prevost                 (b. 1767 - d. 1816)
 4 Apr 1815 - 21 May 1816  Sir Gordon Drummond (acting)       (b. 1771 - d. 1854)
21 May 1816 - 12 Jul 1816  John Wilson (acting)        
12 Jul 1816 - 30 Jul 1818  Sir John Coape Sherbrooke          (b. 1764 - d. 1830)
30 Jul 1818 - 28 Aug 1819  Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond   (b. 1764 - d. 1819)
28 Aug 1819 - 17 Mar 1820  James Monk (acting)                (b. 1746 - d. 1826)
17 Mar 1820 - 19 Jun 1820
  Sir Peregrine Maitland (acting)    (b. 1777 - d. 1854) 
19 Jun 1820 -  8 Sep 1828  George Ramsay, Earl of Dalhousie   (b. 1770 - d. 1838)
 8 Sep 1828 - 20 Oct 1830  Sir James Kempt (acting)           (b. 1764 - d. 1854)
20 Oct 1830 - 24 Aug 1835  Matthew Whitworth, Baron Aylmer    (b. 1775 - d. 1850)
                             (acting to 4 Feb 1831)
24 Aug 1835 - 30 Mar 1838  Archibald Acheson, Earl of Gosford (b. 1776 - d. 1849)
30 Mar 1838 - 29 May 1838  Sir John Colborne (1st time)       (b. 1778 - d. 1863) 
                             (acting)
29 May 1838 - 17 Jan 1839  John George Lambton, Earl of       (b. 1792 - d. 1840)
                             Durham
 1 Nov 1838 - 19 Oct 1839  Sir John Colborne (2nd time)       (s.a.)
                             (acting for Lambton to 17 Jan 1839)
22 Feb 1838 -  9 Nov 1838  Robert Nelson                      (b. 1794 - d. 1873)
                             (president of Republic of Lower Canada, in rebellion)
19 Oct 1839 -  5 Feb 1841  Charles Edward Poulett Thomson,    (b. 1799 - d. 1841)
                             Viscount Sydenham (from 19 Aug 1840,
                             Charles Edward Poulett Thomson,
                             Baron Sydenham) 
 5 Feb 1841 -  1 Jul 1867  the governors of the Province of Canada
Lieutenant governors
 1 Jul 1867 - 11 Feb 1873  Sir Narcisse Fortunat Belleau      (b. 1808 - d. 1894)
11 Feb 1873 - 13 Dec 1876  René Édouard Caron                 (b. 1800 - d. 1876)
15 Dec 1876 - 26 Jul 1879  Luc Letellier de St.-Just          (b. 1820 - d. 1881)
26 Jul 1879 -  4 Oct 1884  Théodore Robitaille                (b. 1834 - d. 1897)
 4 Oct 1884 -  4 Oct 1887  Louis François Rodrigue Masson     (b. 1833 - d. 1903)
 4 Oct 1887 -  5 Dec 1892  Sir Auguste Réal Angers            (b. 1838 - d. 1919)
 5 Dec 1892 - 20 Jan 1898  Sir Joseph Adolphe Chapleau        (b. 1840 - d. 1898)
20 Jan 1898 - 15 Sep 1908  Sir Louis Amable Jotte             (b. 1836 - d. 1920)
15 Sep 1908 - 29 Apr 1911  Sir Charles Alphonse Pantaléon     (b. 1837 - d. 1911)
                             Pelletier
 5 May 1911 -  8 Feb 1915  Sir François Charles Stanislas     (b. 1838 - d. 1915)
                             Langelier
 8 Feb 1915 - 18 Oct 1918  Sir Pierre Laurent Damase          (b. 1853 - d. 1918)
                             Évariste LeBlanc
21 Oct 1918 - 31 Oct 1923  Sir Charles Fitzpatrick            (b. 1853 - d. 1942)
31 Oct 1923 -  1 Jan 1924  Louis-Philippe Brodeur             (b. 1862 - d. 1924)
 8 Jan 1924 - 31 Dec 1928  Narcisse Perodeau                  (b. 1851 - d. 1932)
31 Dec 1928 - 28 Mar 1929  Sir Jean Lomer Gouin               (b. 1861 - d. 1929)
 2 Apr 1929 - 29 Apr 1934  Henry George Carroll               (b. 1865 - d. 1939)
29 Apr 1934 - 30 Dec 1939  Ésioff Léon Patenaude              (b. 1875 - d. 1963)
30 Dec 1939 -  3 Oct 1950  Sir Eugène Marie Joseph Fiset      (b. 1874 - d. 1951)
 
3 Oct 1950 - 14 Feb 1958  Gaspard Fauteux                    (b. 1898 - d. 1964)
14 Feb 1958 - 12 Oct 1961  J. Onésime Gagnon                  (b. 1888 - d. 1961)
12 Oct 1961 - 22 Feb 1966  Paul Comtois                       (b. 1895 - d. 1966)
22 Feb 1966 - 27 Apr 1978  Hugues Lapointe                    (b. 1911 - d. 1982)
27 Apr 1978 - 28 Mar 1984  Jean-Pierre Côté                   (b. 1926 - d. 2002)
28 Mar 1984 -  9 Aug 1990  Gilles Lamontagne                  (b. 1919)
 9 Aug 1990 -  8 Aug 1996  Martial Asselin                    (b. 1924 - d. 2013)
 8 Aug 1996 - 30 Jan 1997  Jean-Louis Roux                    (b. 1923 - d. 2013)
30 Jan 1997 -  7 Jun 2007  Lise Thibault (f)                  (b. 1939)
 7 Jun 2007 -              Pierre Duchesne                    (b. 1940)

Head of the Legislative Assembly
 6 Nov 1837 - 13 Dec 1837  Louis-Joseph Papineau              (b. 1786 - d. 1871)  RPLC
                             (in rebellion, prisoner from 16 Nov 1837)
Presidents of the Special Council
18 Apr 1838 -  1 Jun 1838  James Cuthbert                     (b. 1769? - d. 1849)
 
1 Jun 1838 -  5 Nov 1838  council dissolved
 5 Nov 1838 - 11 Nov 1839  Jean-Baptiste Toussaint
Pothier    (b. 1771 - d. 1845)
11 Nov 1838 - 28 Jan 1841  Sir James Stuart                   (b. 1780 - d. 1853)
28 Jan 1841 -  5 Feb 1841  George Moffat                      (b. 1787 - d. 1865)
Premiers

 
5 Feb 1841 - 30 Jun 1867  the premiers of Canada East
15 Jul 1867 - 26 Feb 1873  Pierre Joseph Olivier              (b. 1820 - d. 1890)  Con
                             Chauveau
26 Feb 1873 - 22 Sep 1874  Gédéon Ouimet                      (b. 1823 - d. 1905)  Con
22 Sep 1874 -  8 Mar 1878  Sir Charles Eugène Boucher         (b. 1822 - d. 1915)  Con
                             de Boucherville (1st time) 
 8 Mar 1878 - 31 Oct 1879  Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbinière   (b. 1829 - d. 1908)  Lib
31 Oct 1879 - 31 Jul 1882  Sir Joseph Adolphe Chapleau        (s.a.)               Con
31 Jul 1882 - 23 Jan 1884  Joseph Alfred Mousseau             (b. 1838 - d. 1886)  Con
23 Jan 1884 - 25 Jan 1887  John Jones Ross                    (b. 1832 - d. 1901)  Con
25 Jan 1887 - 27 Jan 1887  Sir Louis Olivier Taillon          (b. 1840 - d. 1923)  Con
                             (1st time)
27 Jan 1887 - 21 Dec 1891  Honoré Mercier                     (b. 1840 - d. 1894)  Lib
21 Dec 1891 - 16 Dec 1892  Sir Charles Eugène Boucher         (s.a.)               Con
                             de Boucherville (2nd time)
16 Dec 1892 - 11 May 1896  Sir Louis Olivier Taillon          (s.a.)               Con
                             (2nd time)
11 May 1896 - 24 May 1897  Edmund James Flynn                 (b. 1847 - d. 1927)  Con
24 May 1897 -  8 Oct 1900  Félix Gabriel Marchand             (b. 1832 - d. 1900)  Lib
 8 Oct 1900 - 23 Mar 1905  Simon Napoléon Parent              (b. 1855 - d. 1920)  Lib
23 Mar 1905 -  9 Jul 1920  Jean Lomer Gouin                   (s.a.)               Lib
                             (from 23 Jul 1908, Sir Jean Lomer Gouin)
 9 Jul 1920 - 11 Jun 1936  Louis Alexandre Taschereau         (b. 1867 - d. 1952)  Lib
11 Jun 1936 - 26 Aug 1936  Joseph Adélard Godbout             (b. 1892 - d. 1956)  Lib
                             (1st time)
26 Aug 1936 -  9 Nov 1939  Maurice Duplessis (1st time)       (b. 1890 - d. 1959)  UN
 9 Nov 1939 - 30 Aug 1944  Joseph Adélard Godbout             (s.a.)               Lib
                             (2nd time)
30 Aug 1944 -  7 Sep 1959  Maurice Duplessis (2nd time)       (s.a.)               UN
11 Sep 1959 -  2 Jan 1960  Joseph Paul Sauvé                  (b. 1907 - d. 1960)  UN
 8 Jan 1960 - 22 Jul 1960  Antonio Barrette                   (b. 1899 - d. 1968)  UN
22 Jul 1960 - 16 Jun 1966  Jean Lesage                        (b. 1912 - d. 1980)  Lib
16 Jun 1966 - 26 Sep 1968  Daniel Johnson                     (b. 1915 - d. 1968)  UN
 2 Oct 1968 - 12 May 1970  Jean Jacques Bertrand              (b. 1916 - d. 1973)  UN
12 May 1970 - 25 Nov 1976  Robert Bourassa (1st time)         (b. 1933 - d. 1996)  Lib
25 Nov 1976 -  3 Oct 1985  René Lévesque                      (b. 1922 - d. 1987)  PQ
 3 Oct 1985 - 12 Dec 1985  Pierre-Marc Johnson                (b. 1946)            PQ
12 Dec 1985 - 11 Jan 1994  Robert Bourassa (2nd time)         (s.a.)               Lib
11 Jan 1994 - 26 Sep 1994  Daniel Johnson, Jr.                (b. 1944)            Lib
26 Sep 1994 - 29 Jan 1996  Jacques Parizeau                   (b. 1930)            PQ
29 Jan 1996 -  8 Mar 2001  Lucien Bouchard                    (b. 1938)            PQ
 8 Mar 2001 - 29 Apr 2003  Jean Bernard Landry                (b. 1937)            PQ
29 Apr 2003 - 19 Sep 2012  Jean James Charest                 (b. 1958)            Lib
19 Sep 2012 - 23 Apr 2014  Pauline Marois (f)                 (b. 1949)            PQ
23 Apr 2014 -              Philippe Couillard                 (b. 1957)            Lib


Montreal

18 May 1642                Montreal founded, separate part of New France.
22 Sep 1760                British occupation.
10 Aug 1764                Incorporated into Quebec.
13 Nov 1775 - 16 Jun 1776  American occupation.

Governors
1642 - 1665                Paul de Chomedey, sieur de         (b. 1612 - d. 1676)
                             Maisonneuve  
1665 - 1668                Zacharie Depuy                     (b. 1608 - d. 1676)
1669 - 1684                François-Marie Perrot              (b. 1644 - d. 1691)
1685 - 1699                Louis-Héctor de Callière Bonnevue  (s.a.)
1699                       Antoine, marquis de Crisafy-       (b. 16.. - d. 1709)
                             Grimaldi (acting)
1699 - 1703                Philippe de Rigaud,                (s.a.)
                             maquis de Vaudreuil 
1704 - 1724                Claude de Ramezay                  (s.a.)
1724 - 1729                Charles Le Moyne, baron de         (s.a.)
                             Longueuil (1st time)
1730 - 1733                Jean Bouillet de la Chassaigne     (b. 1654 - d. 1733)
1733 - 1748                Jean-Maurice-Josué Dubois-         (b. 1662 - d. 1750)
                             Berthélot de Beaucours
1749 - 1755                Charles Le Moyne, baron de         (s.a.)
                             Longueuil (2nd time)
1755 - Sep 1760            François Pierre de Rigaud,         (b. 1703 - d. 1779) 
                             comte et marquis de Vaudreuil
                             (acting to 1757)
Military governors
22 Sep 1760 - Oct 1763     Thomas Gage                        (s.a.)
Oct 1763 - 10 Aug 1764     Ralph Burton                       (d. 1768)
13 Nov 1775 - 16 Jun 1776  Richard Montgomery                 (b. c.1738 - d. 1775)
                             (American military commander)


Quebèc City

 3 Jul 1608                French found Quebèc City.
22 Jul 1629 -  4 Mar 1632  English occupation.
13 Sep 1759                British occupation.
10 Aug 1764                Incorporated into Quebec.
31 Dec 1775 - 10 May 1776  American occupation of the lower town, but fail
                             to capture the upper part of the city.

Commanders
1608 - Aug 1624            Samuel de Champlain (1st time)     (s.a.)
Aug 1624 - Jul 1626        Émery de Caen (acting)             (s.a.)
Jul 1626 - 1628            Samuel de Champlain (2nd time)     (s.a.)
Governors
1628 - 22 Jul 1629         Samuel de Champlain                (s.a.)
22 Jul 1629 -  4 Mar 1632  Sir Lewis Kirke                    (s.a.)
 4 Mar 1632 -  8 Sep 1760  the Governors of New France
Intendants of Justice, Police, and Finances
21 Mar 1663 - 1665         Louis Robert de la Fortelle        (b. 1636 - d. 1706)
                             (did not take office)
23 Mar 1665 - 22 Oct 1668  Jean Baptiste Talon du Quesnoy     (b. 1626 - d. 1694)
                             (1st time)
22 Oct 1668 - 22 Oct 1670  Claude de Bouteroue d'Aubigny      (b. 1620 - d. 1680)
23 Oct 1760 - Oct 1672     Jean Baptiste Talon du Quesnoy     (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
Oct 1672 - Sep 1675        Louis de Buade, comte de           (s.a.)
                             Frontenac et de Palluau (acting)
16 Sep 1675 -  9 May 1682  Jacques Duchesneau de La           (b. 1650 - d. 1696)
                             Doussiniere et d'Ambault
 9 Oct 1682 -  5 Oct 1702  Jean Bochart de Champigny,         (b. 1645 - d. 1720)
                             sieur de Noroy et de Verneuil 
 5 Oct 1702 - 17 Sep 1705  François de la Boische de          (b. 1665 - d. 1746)
                             Beauharnois 
17 Sep 1705 -  6 Nov 1711  Jaques Raudot                      (b. 1647 - d. 1728)
                           + Antoine-Denis Raudot             (b. 1679 - d. 1737)
14 Oct 1712 -  2 Sep 1726  Michel Bégon de la Picardière      (b. 1669 - d. 1747)
 2 Sep 1726 - 30 Aug 1728  Claude-Thomas Dupuy                (b. 1678 - d. 1738)
 1 Oct 1728 - 21 Feb 1731  Vacant
20 Aug 1731 -  2 Sep 1748  Gilles Hocquart                    (b. 1694 - d. 1783)
 2 Sep 1748 -  8 Sep 1760  François Bigot                     (b. 1703 - d. 1778)
Military governors
13 Sep 1759 - 12 Apr 1768  James Murray                       (s.a.)
30 Jun 1766 - 24 Sep 1766  Paulus Aemilius Irving             (s.a.)
                             (acting for Murray)
24 Sep 1766 - 28 Oct 1768  Sir Guy Carleton                   (s.a.)
31 Dec 1775 - 10 May 1776  Benedict Arnold                    (b. 1741 - d. 1801)
                             (American commander in the lower city)


Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers)

Jul 1634                   French settlement of Trois-Rivièrs, separate part of New France.
22 Sep 1760                British occupation.
10 Aug 1764                Incorporated into Quebec.

Commandants
Jul 1634 - 17 Apr 1636     Guy Laviolette                      (b. c.1604 - d. 1660?)
1636 - 1638                Marc-Antoine Bras-de-Fer de
                             Châteaufort
1638 - 1643                François de Champflour              (d. af.1649)
Governors
1643 - 1646                François de Champflour              (s.a.)
17 Nov 1645 -  2 Sep 1648  Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie,       (b. 1606 - d. 1685)
                             sieur de Portneuf (1st time)
1648 - 1650                Charles Le Gardeur, sieur de Tilly  (b. c.1616 - d.1695)
1650 -  1 Dec 1651         Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie,       (s.a.) 
                             sieur de Portneuf (2nd time)
                            (acting)
 1 Dec 1651 - 1652         Guillaume Guillemot Du Plessis-     (d. 1652)
                             Kerbodot (acting)
1652 - 1653                Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie,       (s.a.)
                             sieur de Portneuf (3rd time)
                            (acting) 
1653 - 1658                Pierre Boucher, sieur de Grosbois   (b. 1622 - d. 1717)
                             (1st time) (acting to Oct 1654)
1658 - 1662                Jacques Leneuf de La Poterie,       (s.a.)
                             sieur de Portneuf (4th time)
                             (acting) 
1662 - 1667                Pierre Boucher, sieur de Grosbois   (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
1667 -  1 Jul 1690         René Gaultier de Varennes           (b. 1635 - d. 1689)
 1 Jul 1690 - 28 May 1699  Claude de Ramezay                   (s.a.)
28 May 1699 - 1702         François Prevost                    (b. 1638 - d. 1702)
1702 - 1709                Antoine, marquis de Crisafy-        (s.a.)
                             Grimaldi
1709 -  7 May 1720         François de Galiffet de Caffin      (b. 1666 - d. 1746)
 7 May 1720 - 1724         Charles LeMoyne, baron de Longueuil (s.a.)
1724 - 1725                Louis de la Porte de Louvigny       (b. 1662 - d. 1725)
1726 - 16 Jan 1730         Jean Bouillet de la Chassaigne      (s.a.)
16 Jan 1730 - 1733         Jean Maurice Josué Dubois           (s.a.)
                             Berthélot de Beaucours 
1733 - 1742                Pierre de Rigaud, marquis de        (s.a.)
                             Vaudreuil-Cavgnal
1743 -  1 May 1749         Claude Michel Begon de la Cour      (b. 1703 - d. 1779)
 1 May 1749 - 1757         François Pierre de Rigaud,          (b. 1703 - d. 1779) 
                             comte et marquis de Vaudreuil
1757 - 22 Sep 1760         Paul-Joseph LeMoyne,                (b. 1701 - d. 1778)
                             chevalier de Longueil
Military governors 
22 Sep 1760 - Oct 1763     Ralph Burton                        (d. 1768)
Oct 1763 - 10 Aug 1764     Sir Frederick Haldimand             (s.a.)



Saskatchewan

Unofficial Flag
                            of Saskatchewan (Canada) 1906
             25 Aug 1906 - 22 Sep 1969  Unofficial
Flag of
                            Saskatchewan (Canada)
                       Adopted 22 Sep 1969
Capital: Regina
Population: 1,080,000 (2012)

 8 May 1882                Saskatchewan provisional district within Northwest Territories.
 1 Sep 1905                Province created from part of the Northwest Territories.

Lieutenant governors
 1 Sep 1905 -  5 Oct 1910  Amédée Emmanuel Forget             (b. 1847 - d. 1923)
 5 Oct 1910 -  6 Oct 1915  George William Brown               (b. 1860 - d. 1919)
 6 Oct 1915 - 17 Feb 1921  Sir Richard Stuart Lake            (b. 1860 - d. 1950)
17 Feb 1921 - 31 Mar 1931  Henry William Newlands             (b. 1862 - d. 1954)
31 Mar 1931 - 10 Sep 1936  Hugh Edwin Munroe                  (b. 1878 - d. 1947)
10 Sep 1936 - 27 Feb 1945  Archibald Peter McNab              (b. 1864 - d. 1945)
27 Feb 1945 - 20 Jun 1945  Thomas Miller                      (b. 1876 - d. 1945)
22 Jun 1945 - 23 Mar 1948  Reginald John Marden Parker        (b. 1881 - d. 1948)
24 Mar 1948 - 15 Jun 1951  John M. Uhrich                     (b. 1877 - d. 1951)
25 Jun 1951 -  3 Feb 1958  William John Patterson             (b. 1886 - d. 1976)
 3 Feb 1958 -  1 Mar 1963  Frank Lindsay Bastedo              (b. 1886 - d. 1973)
 1 Mar 1963 -  2 Feb 1970  Robert Leith Hanbidge              (b. 1891 - d. 1974)
 2 Feb 1970 - 29 Feb 1976  Stephen Worobetz                   (b. 1914 - d. 2006)
29 Feb 1976 -  2 Feb 1978  George Porteous                    (b. 1903 - d. 1978)
 2 Feb 1978 -  6 Jul 1983  Cameron Irwin McIntosh             (b. 1926 - d. 1988)
 6 Jul 1983 -  7 Sep 1988  Frederick Johnson                  (b. 1917 - d. 1993)
 7 Sep 1988 - 31 May 1994  Sylvia O. Fedoruk (f)              (b. 1927 - d. 2012)
31 May 1994 - 21 Feb 2000  J.E.N. Wiebe                       (b. 1936 - d. 2007)
21 Feb 2000 -  1 Aug 2006  Lynda M. Haverstock (f)            (b. 1948)
 1 Aug 2006 - 22 Mar 2012  Gordon L. Barnhart                 (b. 1945)
22 Mar 2012 -              Vaughn Schofield (f)               (b. 1943)

Premiers
 5 Sep 1905 - 20 Oct 1916  Walter Scott                       (b. 1867 - d. 1938)  Lib
20 Oct 1916 -  5 Apr 1922  William Melville Martin            (b. 1876 - d. 1970)  Lib
 5 Apr 1922 - 26 Feb 1926  Charles Avery Dunning              (b. 1885 - d. 1958)  Lib
26 Feb 1926 -  9 Sep 1929  James Garfield Gardiner (1st time) (b. 1883 - d. 1962)  Lib
 9 Sep 1929 - 19 Jul 1934  James Thomas Milton Anderson       (b. 1878 - d. 1946)  Con
19 Jul 1934 -  1 Nov 1935  James Garfield Gardiner (2nd time) (s.a.)               Lib
 1 Nov 1935 - 10 Jul 1944  William John Patterson             (s.a.)               Lib
10 Jul 1944 -  7 Nov 1961  Thomas Clement Douglas             (b. 1904 - d. 1986)  CCF
 7 Nov 1961 -  2 May 1964  Woodrow Stanley Lloyd              (b. 1913 - d. 1972)  CCF
 2 May 1964 - 30 Jun 1971  Wilbert Ross Thatcher              (b. 1917 - d. 1971)  Lib
30 Jun 1971 -  8 May 1982  Allan Blakeney                     (b. 1925 - d. 2011)  NDP
 8 May 1982 -  1 Nov 1991  Grant Devine                       (b. 1944)            PC
 1 Nov 1991 -  8 Feb 2001  Roy Romanow                        (b. 1939)            NDP
 8 Feb 2001 - 21 Nov 2007  Lorne Calvert                      (b. 1952)            NDP
21 Nov 2007 -              Brad Wall                          (b. 1965)            SKP



Yukon Territory
 
Unofficial Flag
                          of Yukon Territory (Canada) after 1934
                 af.1934 - 24 Feb 1956 Unofficial
 
Unofficial Flag
                          of Yukon Territory (Canada) 1956
               24 Feb 1956 - 1 Dec 1967 Unofficial
 
Flag of Yukon
                          Territory (Canada)
                         Adopted 1 Dec 1967
 
Capital: Whitehorse
(Dawson City 1898-1952)
Population: 36,100 (2012)

1840                       Hudson's Bay Company established its first trading 
                             post in the area, Fort Frances.
 2 May 1870                Part of the North-West Territories.
 
2 Oct 1895                Yukon provisional district within the Northwest Territories.
16 Aug 1897                Yukon district within Northwest Territories.
13 Jun 1898                Separate territory (Yukon Territory).

 1 Apr 2003                Renamed Yukon.

Commander of the North-West Mounted Police in the Yukon
1895 - 1897                Charles Constantine                (b. 1849 - d. 1912) 
Commissioners
17 Aug 1897 -  5 Jul 1898  James Morrow Walsh                 (b. 1840 - d. 1905)
 5 Jul 1898 - 11 Mar 1901  William Ogilvie                    (b. 1846 - d. 1912)
11 Mar 1901 -  8 Feb 1902  James Hamilton Ross                (b. 1856 - d. 1932)
 8 Feb 1902 - 15 Aug 1902  Henry William Newlands (acting)    (b. 1862 - d. 1954)
15 Aug 1902 -  4 Mar 1903  Zachary Taylor Wood (1st time)     (b. 1860 - d. 1915)
                             (acting)
 4 Mar 1903 - 29 Oct 1904  Frederick Tennyson Congdon         (b. 1858 - d. 1932)
20 Dec 1904 - 27 May 1905  Zachary Taylor Wood (2nd time)     (s.a.)
                             (acting)
27 May 1905 - 31 Dec 1906  William Wallace Burns McInnes      (b. 1871 - d. 1954)
31 Dec 1906 - 17 Jun 1907  John T. Lithgow (acting)
17 Jun 1907 -  1 Jun 1911  Alexander L. Henderson             (b. 1861 - d. 1940)
 1 Jun 1911 -  1 Feb 1912  Arthur Wilson (acting)
 1 Feb 1912 - 13 Oct 1916  George Black                       (b. 1873 - d. 1965)
Administrator
13 Oct 1916 - 28 Mar 1918  George Norris Williams 
Gold Commissioners
 1 Apr 1918 - 1924         George Patton Mackenzie            (b. 1873 - d. 1953)
1924 -  1 Apr 1925         ....
 1 Apr 1925 - 13 Nov 1927  Percy Bearisto Reid                (b. 1874 - d. 1927)
Nov 1927 -  1 Apr 1928     George Allen Jeckell (acting)      (b. 1880 - d. 1950)
 1 Apr 1928 - 30 Jun 1932  George Ian MacLean 
Controllers
30 Jun 1932 - Jul 1946     George Allan Jeckell               (s.a.)
                             (comptroller to 3 Dec 1936
Jul 1946 - 18 Sep 1947     .... (acting)
18 Sep 1947 - 13 Jul 1948  John Edward Gibben                 (b. 1894 - d. 1958)
Commissioners
13 Jul 1948 - 15 Aug 1950  John Edward Gibben                 (s.a.)
15 Aug 1950 - 15 Oct 1951  Andrew Harold Gibson               (b. 1882 - d. 1957)
15 Oct 1951 -  5 Nov 1952  Frederick Fraser                   (b. 1895 - d. 1990)
 5 Nov 1952 -  8 Jun 1955  Wilfred George Brown               (b. 1925 - d. 1992)
 8 Jun 1955 -  1 May 1962  Frederick Howard Collins           (b. 1903 - d. 1982)
 1 May 1962 -  7 Nov 1966  Gordon Robertson Cameron           (b. 1921 - d. 2010)
 7 Nov 1966 - 30 Jun 1976  James Smith                        (b. 1919)
 1 Jul 1976 -  1 Nov 1978  Arthur MacDonald Pearson           (b. 1938)
 1 Nov 1978 - 20 Jan 1979  Frank Boyd Fingland (interim)      (b. 1929) 
20 Jan 1979 -  9 Oct 1979  Ione Christensen (f)               (b. 1933)
 9 Oct 1979 - 27 Mar 1986  Douglas Bell                       (b. 1926)
                             (acting to 31 Dec 1980)
27 Mar 1986 - 23 Jun 1995  J. Kenneth McKinnon                (b. 1936)
23 Jun 1995 -  1 Oct 2000  Judy Gingell (f)                   (b. 1948)
 1 Oct 2000 -  1 Dec 2005  Jack Cable                         (b. 1934)
 1 Dec 2005 - 17 Dec 2010  Geraldine Van Bibber (f)           (b. 1951)
17 Dec 2010 -              Douglas George Phillips            (b. 1946)

Government Leaders
20 Nov 1978 - 23 Mar 1985  Chris Pearson                      (b. 1931 - d. 2014)  PC
23 Mar 1985 - 29 May 1985  Willard Phelps                     (b. 1941)            PC
29 May 1985 -  7 Nov 1992  Tony Penikett                      (b. 1945)            NDP
                             (from 1989, Premier)
 7 Nov 1992 - 19 Oct 1996  John Ostashek                      (b. 1936 - d. 2007)  YUK
19 Oct 1996 -  6 May 2000  Piers McDonald                     (b. 1955)            NDP
Premiers
 6 May 2000 - 30 Nov 2002  Patricia "Pat" Duncan (f)          (b. 1960)            Lib
30 Nov 2002 - 11 Jun 2011  Dennis Fentie                      (b. 1950)            Yuk
11 Jun 2011 -              Darrell T. Pasloski                (b. 1960)            Yuk






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