List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand, 1867-2040

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Canada

1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
 

Canada

1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)

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Canada

1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
 
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Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)


[1] McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
 
Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.

Index of collaboratively created leader lists that are currently active -

List of US Presidents 1960 - 2020 - What if the Whig Party remained a major Party in the United States?

List of U.K. Prime Ministers 1945 - 2020 - TL#1 What if there were only single or non-concurrent term Prime Ministers? / TL#2 - What if the U.K. had been invaded by Nazi Germany and then liberated by the USA? [Feel free to update 1 or 2 or both!]

List of German Chancellors (1949 - 2030) - No theme, the inaugural list!

List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand - new thread!
 
Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.

Index of collaboratively created leader lists that are currently active -

List of US Presidents 1960 - 2020 - What if the Whig Party remained a major Party in the United States?

List of U.K. Prime Ministers 1945 - 2020 - TL#1 What if there were only single or non-concurrent term Prime Ministers? / TL#2 - What if the U.K. had been invaded by Nazi Germany and then liberated by the USA? [Feel free to update 1 or 2 or both!]

List of German Chancellors (1949 - 2030) - No theme, the inaugural list!

List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand - new thread!
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]

[3]
Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
 
EDIT: Sorry - ignore this, I thought two turns had already passed!

Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]
1896: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government) [4]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.
[3] Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
[4] Free trade with U.S. + French in Schooling Compromise = Popular P.M.

Index of collaboratively created leader lists that are currently active -

List of US Presidents 1960 - 2020 - What if the Whig Party remained a major Party in the United States?

List of U.K. Prime Ministers 1945 - 2020 - TL#1 What if there were only single or non-concurrent term Prime Ministers? / TL#2 - What if the U.K. had been invaded by Nazi Germany and then liberated by the USA? [Feel free to update 1 or 2 or both!]

List of German Chancellors (1949 - 2030) - TL #2

List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand - new thread!
 
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EDIT: Sorry - ignore this, I thought two turns had already passed!
Don't worry - I've moved down your footnote - there is only one Prime Minister it could be :)

Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.

Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]
1896: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government)
1900: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government) [4]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.
[3] Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
[4] Free trade with U.S. + French in Schooling Compromise = Popular P.M.

Index of collaboratively created leader lists that are currently active -

List of US Presidents 1960 - 2020 - What if the Whig Party remained a major Party in the United States?

List of U.K. Prime Ministers 1945 - 2020 - TL#1 What if there were only single or non-concurrent term Prime Ministers? / TL#2 - What if the U.K. had been invaded by Nazi Germany and then liberated by the USA? [Feel free to update 1 or 2 or both!]

List of German Chancellors (1949 - 2030) - TL #2

List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand - new thread!
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]

[3] Replaced Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]
1965: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [4]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
[3] Replaced (the very ill) Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
[4] Despite criticism that the Government is betraying America by not committing troops to Vietnam, there is an unexpected electoral landslide for Labour as Whitlam invigorates the Parliament and makes powerful use of TV as electoral medium.

Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]
1896: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government)
1900: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government) [4]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.
[3] Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
[4] Free trade with U.S. + French in Schooling Compromise = Popular P.M.

Index of collaboratively created leader lists that are currently active -

List of US Presidents 1960 - 2020 - What if the Whig Party remained a major Party in the United States?

List of U.K. Prime Ministers 1945 - 2020 - TL#1 What if there were only single or non-concurrent term Prime Ministers? / TL#2 - What if the U.K. had been invaded by Nazi Germany and then liberated by the USA? [Feel free to update 1 or 2 or both!]

List of German Chancellors (1949 - 2030) - TL #2

List of Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand - new thread!
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]
1965: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [4]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
[3] Replaced (the very ill) Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
[4] Despite criticism that the Government is betraying America by not committing troops to Vietnam, there is an unexpected electoral landslide for Labour as Whitlam invigorates the Parliament and makes powerful use of TV as electoral medium.
1969: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [5]

[5] Whitlam narrowly scrapes back in with a much reduced majority. His vision for Australia in the form of Medicare (nationalised medicine) is proving popular with the majority of the voters. Tories promote an active campaign which sees his hold on power markedly reduced.
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]
1965: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [4]
1969: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [5]
1972:
Phillip Lynch (Liberal-County coalition) [6]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
[3] Replaced (the very ill) Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
[4] Despite criticism that the Government is betraying America by not committing troops to Vietnam, there is an unexpected electoral landslide for Labour as Whitlam invigorates the Parliament and makes powerful use of TV as electoral medium.
[5] Whitlam narrowly scrapes back in with a much reduced majority. His vision for Australia in the form of Medicare (nationalised medicine) is proving popular with the majority of the voters. Tories promote an active campaign which sees his hold on power markedly reduced.
[6] After twelve years in power, voter fatigue catches up with Labor and Whitlam retires gracefully after another close fought election. In his concession speech, he highlights everything the Government has achieved; Medicare, free tertiary education, a new national anthem, new rights and recognition for the indigenous population, growing connections with Southeast Asian neighbours. Lynch, a pro-immigration modernizer of working-class origin, becomes the new Prime Minister, but with a recession on the way, can he hope to accomplish as much?

Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]
1896: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government)
1900: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government) [4]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.
[3] Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
[4] Free trade with U.S. + French in Schooling Compromise = Popular P.M.
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]
1965: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [4]
1969: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [5]
1972:
Phillip Lynch (Liberal-County coalition) [6]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
[3] Replaced (the very ill) Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
[4] Despite criticism that the Government is betraying America by not committing troops to Vietnam, there is an unexpected electoral landslide for Labour as Whitlam invigorates the Parliament and makes powerful use of TV as electoral medium.
[5] Whitlam narrowly scrapes back in with a much reduced majority. His vision for Australia in the form of Medicare (nationalised medicine) is proving popular with the majority of the voters. Tories promote an active campaign which sees his hold on power markedly reduced.
[6] After twelve years in power, voter fatigue catches up with Labor and Whitlam retires gracefully after another close fought election. In his concession speech, he highlights everything the Government has achieved; Medicare, free tertiary education, a new national anthem, new rights and recognition for the indigenous population, growing connections with Southeast Asian neighbours. Lynch, a pro-immigration modernizer of working-class origin, becomes the new Prime Minister, but with a recession on the way, can he hope to accomplish as much?

1974: Bill Hayden (ALP)[7]

[7] "Toe Cutter" Lynch is defeated at the polls when he refuses do anything substantial about the recession. Australian people are hurting. The ALP offers salvation, which it delivers on.
 
Australia
1960
: Eddie Ward (ALP) [1]
1963: Eddie Ward (ALP) [2]
1965: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [3]
1966: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [4]
1969: Gough Whitlam (ALP) [5]
1972:
Phillip Lynch (Liberal-County coalition) [6]
1974:
Bill Hayden (ALP) [7]
1977:
Bill Hayden (ALP) [8]

[1]
Elected with narrow majority Government
[2] Increased Labour majority. Robert Menzies stands down as Liberal leader.
[3] Replaced (the very ill) Eddie Ward in a leadership spill.
[4] Despite criticism that the Government is betraying America by not committing troops to Vietnam, there is an unexpected electoral landslide for Labour as Whitlam invigorates the Parliament and makes powerful use of TV as electoral medium.
[5] Whitlam narrowly scrapes back in with a much reduced majority. His vision for Australia in the form of Medicare (nationalised medicine) is proving popular with the majority of the voters. Tories promote an active campaign which sees his hold on power markedly reduced.
[6] After twelve years in power, voter fatigue catches up with Labor and Whitlam retires gracefully after another close fought election. In his concession speech, he highlights everything the Government has achieved; Medicare, free tertiary education, a new national anthem, new rights and recognition for the indigenous population, growing connections with Southeast Asian neighbours. Lynch, a pro-immigration modernizer of working-class origin, becomes the new Prime Minister, but with a recession on the way, can he hope to accomplish as much?
[7] "Toe Cutter" Lynch is defeated at the polls when he refuses do anything substantial about the recession. Australian people are hurting. The ALP offers salvation, which it delivers on.
[8] Labor wins yet again; Conservatives start to split; But Bob Hawke waiting....

Canada
1867: John A. McDonald (Conservative)
1872: John A. McDonald (Conservative minority government)
1874: Alexander Mackenzie (Liberal)
1879: John A. McDonald (Conservative) [1]
1883: John A. MacDonald (Conservative)
1888: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) [2]
1891: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Minority Government) [3]
1896: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government)
1900: Wilfred Laurier (Liberal Government) [4]

[1]
McDonald returned to office, Liberals blamed for mid-1870's economic depression.
[2] Conservatives increase majority after successful conclusion to the North-West Rebellion.
[3] Wilfred Laurier and the Liberals win the 1891 election by a very narrow margin, Liberals having 104 seats and the Conservatives having 101 seats, the remaining 10 seats going to the newly founded Canadian National Party, the Nationals enter a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberals.
[4] Free trade with U.S. + French in Schooling Compromise = Popular P.M.
 
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