Joe Clark

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The Right Honourable
Joe Clark
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16th Prime Minister of Canada
In office
June 4, 1979 – March 3, 1980
MonarchElizabeth II
Preceded byPierre Trudeau
Succeeded byPierre Trudeau
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Rocky Mountain
In office
January 4, 1973 – March 26, 1979
Preceded byAllen Sulatycky
Succeeded byNone (district abolished)
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Yellowhead
In office
October 9, 1978 – September 8, 1993
Preceded byNone (district created)
Succeeded byCliff Breitkreuz
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Kings—Hants
In office
September 11, 2000 – October 22, 2000
Preceded byScott Brison
Succeeded byScott Brison
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Calgary Centre
In office
January 29, 2001 – May 23, 2004
Preceded byEric Lowther
Succeeded byLee RichardsonLee Richardson
Personal details
Born (1939-06-05) June 5, 1939 (age 79)
High River, Alberta
Political partyProgressive Conservative
Spouse(s)Maureen McTeer
ChildrenCatherine Clark
ResidenceCalgary, Alberta
Alma materUniversity of Alberta
OccupationJournalist, Businessman, Professor
ReligionRoman Catholic
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Charles Joseph "Joe" Clark is a politician from Canada. He served as Canada's Prime Minister from 1979-1980. He was elected Prime Minister when he was 40 years old, making him the youngest Prime Minister in Canadian history.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Joe Clark". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved 30 September 2016.