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Justice Minister Jean Chrétien agreed to the notwithstanding clause in the Kitchen Accord.
Justice Minister Jean Chrétien agreed to the notwithstanding clause in the Kitchen Accord.
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Chrétien in 2008
Chrétien in 2008
Chrétien, second from right as a minister in Lester Pearson's Cabinet in 1967. From left to right, Pierre Trudeau, John Turner, Chrétien, and Pearson.
Chrétien, second from right as a minister in Lester Pearson's Cabinet in 1967. From left to right, Pierre Trudeau, John Turner, Chrétien, and Pearson. All four men served as Prime Ministers of Canada.
Chrétien in 1980
Chrétien in 1980
When Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau announced his retirement in 1984, Chrétien ran for the leadership of the Liberal Party by portraying himself as the
When Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau announced his retirement in 1984, Chrétien ran for the leadership of the Liberal Party by portraying himself as the candidate who would best continue Trudeau's policies and defend his legacy.