|born on||20 March 1939 at 07:47 (= 07:47 AM )|
|Place||Baie Comeau, Canada, 49n13, 68w10|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||29°01' 22°52 Asc. 27°22'|
Canadian politician, elected the Deputy of Nova Scotia on 8/29/1983. Mulroney became the Canadian Prime Minister for the Progressive Conservative party on 9/04/1984. He won his victory by a wide margin because of his ability to appeal to many Canadian Tories with his perfect bilingual French. He governed for eight years, emphasizing Canadian needs to do business on the global market. He made the North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada a priority in his government. Despite his re-election in 1988, Mulroney's popularity began to sink in the opinion polls. Since the early 1990s, Canada suffered an economic crisis of soaring debt and an unemployment rate over 11 percent. On 2/24/1993, he resigned from office dogged by the three-year recession, bickering provinces and the French-English divisions and rivalries.
Mulroney was born in an isolated smelting town on Quebec's North Shore. He was the son of an electrician and attended St. Thomas Catholic High School in Chatham, New Brunswick at 14. In 1955, he went to St. Francis Xavier University and graduated with honors in arts and commerce in 1959. He went to Lavel University and received his law degree in 1964. As a lawyer, he discovered his gift for negotiating in labor relations. As a member of the Cliche Commission from 1974-1975, he was an investigator into the Quebec construction industry where corruption and violence were rampant. He won notoriety in Quebec with his successful exposure of wide scale corruption. In 1976, Mulroney became Vice-President of the Iron Ore Company. A year later, he became President of the company for six years.
Active in Conservative party politics since his years in college, Mulroney won his first election in 1984. He became Canada's 18th president and was inaugurated on 9/17/1984. Mulroney's landslide victory was geared for economics which were pro-business and pro-American. He was able to funnel more funds to the military on a modest level and strengthen Canadian visibility in NATO. On the same day in 1993 that he resigned as Prime Minister, he also resigned as the leader of the party, going back into law for a big firm in Montreal.
Mulroney married Mila Pivnicki in 1973. His wife was instrumental in rallying supporters for her husband's election campaigns. The couple had one daughter and three sons.
- Social : Begin a program of study 1955 (Began college)
- Social : End a program of study 1959 (Graduated college)
- Social : End a program of study 1964 (Received law degree)
- Work : New Job 1976 (Vice President, Iron Ore Company)
- Work : Gain social status 1977 (Became President, Iron Ore Company)
- Relationship : Marriage 1973 (Mila Pivnicky)
Jacquelin Delacroix quotes his mom to their astrology group in MH 1/1985. Same data from James Elliot from Mulroney's Press Secretary who called his mom.
(Dobyns quotes Robin Armstrong for 12:00 PM "from his mom." Michel Morin quotes a letter from him, "It is impossible to exactly determine the precise hour but it was the beginning of the afternoon" given in AFA DX 1984.)
- Vocation : Law : Attorney
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One)
- Vocation : Politics : Public office (Deputy Of Nova Scotia)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (Canadian P.M.)
- Traits : Mind : Education extensive (Earned J.D.)
- Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Western (Christian, Catholic)
- Lifestyle : Work : Stressful work
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Four)
- Vocation : Business : Top executive (Pres/V.P., Iron Ore Company)