How long was Justin Trudeau prime minister?

How long was Justin Trudeau prime minister?

Table of prime ministers

Prime Minister Total time in office
10 Justin Trudeau (incumbent) 5 years, 359 days (As of October 29, 2021)
11 John Diefenbaker 5 years, 305 days
12 R. B. Bennett 5 years, 77 days
13 Lester B. Pearson 4 years, 363 days

Which prime minister is Justin Trudeau?

listen); born December 25, 1971) is a Canadian politician who is the 23rd and current prime minister of Canada since November 2015 and the leader of the Liberal Party since 2013.

When did Trudeau become PM?

He is the 23rd and current Prime Minister of Canada. He is also the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. He was elected leader on April 14, 2013. After leading his party to a majority government win in the 2015 federal election, Trudeau became the Prime Minister.

Who is the prime minister of Canada now?

Justin TrudeauSince 2015
Canada/Prime minister

Who is the prime minister of Australia?

Scott MorrisonSince 2018
Australia/Prime minister
The incumbent prime minister is Scott Morrison, who took office in August 2018 as leader of the Liberal Party. Formally appointed by the governor-general, the office of the prime minister is governed by Westminster system convention as it is not described in the Australian constitution.

Who is the best prime minister in Canada?

Pierre Trudeau remains the top choice when Canadians are asked to pinpoint the best of the last nine prime ministers (20%, down three points). Stephen Harper remains in second place with 16% (unchanged), followed by Justin Trudeau with 13% (down two points), Jean Chrétien with 7% (down four points) and Brian Mulroney also with 7% (down one point).

Who was the Prime Minister of Canada in 2012?

Sir John A. Macdonald’s statue in Kingston, Ontario on June 21, 2012. John A. Macdonald, prime minister for almost as long as King and during Canada’s precarious first years, falls from second to third place in the rankings.

Who was the Prime Minister of Canada in 1944?

Trudeau tumbled all the way to seventh among Quebec experts. Canadian Prime Minister W.L. Mackenzie King (left), US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the Second Quebec Conference, (codenamed OCTAGON), Quebec City, Canada, September 1944. (Everett Collection)

What are the challenges of being Prime Minister of Canada?

All prime ministers face common challenges: staying in office; building a representative cabinet; holding together a country divided by linguistic and regional cleavages; and maintaining Canadian independence in the shadow of a powerful U.S.