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Canadian politician who served as the 21st prime minister of Canada from December 12, 2003, to February 6, 2006. Wikipedia

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    • Chrétien's reputation in his home province never recovered after the 1990 leadership convention when rival Paul Martin forced him to declare his opposition to the Meech Lake Accord.Liberal Party of Canada-Wikipedia
    • Former Prime Minister Paul Martin designated support for Northern Canada as one of his priorities in 2004, with an extra $500 million to be divided among the three territories.Nunavut-Wikipedia
    • In late 2004, Prime Minister Paul Martin surprised some observers by expressing his personal support for all three territories gaining provincial status "eventually".Provinces and territories of Canada-Wikipedia
    • Former prime ministers also commonly penned autobiographies—Tupper, for example—or published their memoirs—such as Diefenbaker and Paul Martin.Prime Minister of Canada-Wikipedia
    • He led the NCC in several campaigns against the Canadian Wheat Board, and supported Finance Minister Paul Martin's 2000 tax cuts as a positive first step toward tax reform.Stephen Harper-Wikipedia
    • Paul Martin succeeded Chrétien as party leader and prime minister in 2003.Liberal Party of Canada-Wikipedia

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