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TUPPER, The Right Hon. Sir Charles, P.C., G.C.M.G., K.C.M.G., C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., M.D.
Picture of TUPPER, The Right Hon. Sir Charles, P.C., G.C.M.G., K.C.M.G., C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., M.D.
Photographer:
William James Topley
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Source: Library and Archives Canada, PA-027743
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1821.07.02
Place of Birth: Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada
Deceased Date (yyyy.mm.dd): 1915.10.30 (94 years old)
Profession | Occupation: Diplomat, physician
Party Leader:
Notes: Father of Confederation; attended the Charlottetown (Sept. 1864), Quebec (Oct. 1864) and London (Dec. 1866) Conferences.
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 8266 Days (22 years, 7 months, 17 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1900.11.07 Defeated
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1896.06.23 Elected
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1896.02.04
(By-Election)
Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Resignation. Re-appointed High Commissioner to Great Britain, May 23, 1888. Conservative (1867-1942) 1887.11.09
(By-Election)
Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Election declared void. Conservative (1867-1942) 1887.02.22 Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Resignation. To take up his appointment as High Commissioner to Great Britain which dated from May 30, 1883. Conservative (1867-1942) 1882.06.20 Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1878.11.04
(By-Election)
Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Resignation. Appointed Minister of Public Works, October 17, 1878. Conservative (1867-1942) 1878.09.17 Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1874.01.22 Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1872.10.12 During the general election of 1872, elections in the constituencies were held at various times between 1872-07-20 and 1872-10-12. Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Conservative (1867-1942) 1870.06.15
(By-Election)
Elected
Cumberland, Nova Scotia Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council, June 21, 1870. Conservative (1867-1942) 1867.09.20 During the general election of 1867, elections in the constituencies were held at various times between 1867-08-07 and 1867-09-20. Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Conservative (1867-1942) 1896.02.04 - 1900.11.06
Conservative (1867-1942) 1878.11.04 - 1884.05.23
Conservative (1867-1942) 1870.06.15 - 1878.10.16
Conservative (1867-1942) 1867.09.20 - 1870.06.14

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Prime Minister of Canada

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Prime Minister 1896.05.01 - 1896.07.08

Minister

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Secretary of State of Canada 1896.05.01 - 1896.07.08
Secretary of State of Canada 1896.01.15 - 1896.04.27
Minister of Finance and Receiver General Resignation. Re-appointed High Commissioner to Great Britain, May 23, 1888. 1887.01.27 - 1888.05.22
Minister of Railways and Canals Resignation. To take up his appointment as High Commissioner to Great Britain which dated from May 30, 1883. 1879.05.20 - 1884.05.28
Minister of Public Works 1878.10.17 - 1879.05.19
Minister of Customs 1873.02.22 - 1873.11.05
Minister of Inland Revenue 1872.07.02 - 1873.03.03
President of the Privy Council 1870.06.21 - 1872.07.01

Leader of the Official Opposition

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leader of the Official Opposition 1896.07.11 - 1901.02.05

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^ Political Party Roles
Conservative (1867-1942)

RoleTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Party Leader 1896.05.01 - 1901.02.05

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