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This is a table of the current premiers of Canada's ten provinces and three territories. A premier is an executive official of government. ... Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. ... Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. ...


The current party composition of the 13 premiers are:

  • 4 Progressive Conservatives,
  • 4 Liberals,
  • 2 New Democrats,
  • 1 from the Yukon Party,
  • 2 non-partisan.
Province or territory Premier List Party First mandate began Current mandate began Legislature
Provinces
Alberta Ralph Klein List PC 1992 2004 Link
British Columbia Gordon Campbell List Liberal 2001 2005 Link
Manitoba Gary Doer List NDP 1999 2003 Link
New Brunswick Shawn Graham List Liberal 2006 2006 Link
Newfoundland and Labrador Danny Williams List PC 2003 2003 Link
Nova Scotia Rodney MacDonald List PC 2006 2006 Link
Ontario Dalton McGuinty List Liberal 2003 2003 Link
Prince Edward Island Pat Binns List PC 1996 2003 Link
Quebec Jean Charest List Liberal 2003 2003 Link
Saskatchewan Lorne Calvert List NDP 2001 2003 Link
Territories
Northwest Territories Joe Handley List none 2003 2003 Link
Nunavut Paul Okalik List none 1999 2004 Link
Yukon Dennis Fentie List Yukon Party 2002 2002 Link

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