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    Sentences forJean Chrétien

    • After his loss in the referendum, Lévesque went back to Ottawa to start negotiating a new constitution with Trudeau, his minister of Justice Jean Chrétien and the nine other provincial premiers.Quebec-Wikipedia
    • Five candidates contested the leadership of the party and former Deputy Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, who had served in every Liberal cabinet since 1965, won on the first ballot.Liberal Party of Canada-Wikipedia
    • Women were fully integrated in all occupations and roles by the government of Jean Chrétien, and by 8 March 2000, even allowed to serve on submarines.Canadian Armed Forces-Wikipedia
    • Shortly thereafter, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien said that Canadian soldiers (nearly half of the entire force at that time) would not deploy outside Kabul.International Security Assistance Force-Wikipedia
    • In 2000 and 2001, the federal Transport ministry headed by Jean Chrétien considered funding an infrastructure project to have the full Trans-Canada system converted to limited-access divided highways.Trans-Canada Highway-Wikipedia
    • After Trudeau's retirement in 1984, many Liberals, such as Jean Chrétien and Clyde Wells, continued to adhere to Trudeau's concept of federalism.Liberal Party of Canada-Wikipedia

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