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Canada Life under Jean Chrétien
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Joseph Jacques Jean Chrétien born January 11, 1934
to December 12, 2003 Jean Chrétien off office
He became leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in 1990
he led the party to a majority government in the 1993 federal election.
He was re-elected with further majorities in 1997
Anik Bissonnette, OC, CQ, ballerina, arts administrator. She returned to Toulouse in 1992 to dance with another Paris Opera étoile, Eric Vu An.
Susan Point first successful use of glass was the Land, Sea and Sky installation at the Vancouver International Airport (1993),
n 1996 the centennial anniversary of the modern Olympic Games was celebrated in Atlanta, Georgia.
Brendan Fraser breakout role as George in Disney's feature film adaptation of the classic cartoon television series George of the Jungle.
Skimming across the waters of British Columbia's Lake Okanagan on a Yamaha Wave Runner
Marnie McBean and Kathleen Heddle celebrate their gold medal win in the 2- rowing event at the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona.
Maestro Fresh-Wes won the inaugural Juno Award for best rap recording.
A rap version of Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" by the bilingual was popular in 1990
Catherine Fraser was appointed chief justice for the Province of Alberta, and now half the Court of Appeal in that province is comprised of women.
Mulroney's approval ratings declined and opinion polls showed that his Progressive Conservative Party would almost certainly be defeated by the Liberals under Chrétien in the election due that year
On November 4, 1993, Chrétien was appointed by Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn as prime minister.
Lawrence MacAulay was forced to resign as Solicitor General following a ruling from the ethics counselor Howard Wilson that MacAulay had broken conflict-of-interest rules by lobbying the government to fund a police training scheme at Holland College
On February 18, 2004, François Beaudoin won his wrongful dismissal suit against the Business Development Bank of Canada.
The Liberals lost the federal election of May 1979 to a minority Conservative government led by Joe Clark.
In Quebec, where many French-Canadians were opposed to Canada fighting in the war, and especially to sending the "Zombies" overseas, this made Wellie Chrétien and his family outcasts
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