Hon. Brian Mulroney
Minister of Canada
(September 17, 1984 to June 25, 1993)
March 20, 1939
Wife, Mila: Sons, Ben, Mark and Nicolas;
> St. Francis Xavier B.A.
> Université Laval LL.B
> Ran unsuccessfully to succeed Robert Stanfield as Progressive
Conservative leader in 1976.
> Defeated Joe Clark on the fourth ballot of the 1983 Progressive
Conservative leadership convention.
> Elected to Parliament in a by-election in Central Nova in 1983.
> Won two majority governments 1984 and 1988.
> Resigned as prime minister June 25, 1993.
> After completing law school, Mulroney worked as a labour lawyer
for Ogilvy Renault.
> In the 1970s, he served as executive vice president and later
president of the Iron Ore Company of Canada.
> Currently an international business consultant and serves on
the boards of numerous multinational corporations.