Clifford Sifton

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Sir Clifford Sifton
PC , KCMG , KC
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Minister of the Interior
In office
November 17, 1896 February 28, 1905
Parliament of Canada
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Brandon
1896–1911
Succeeded by