- Richard Bedford Bennett (1930 - 1935)
- William Lyon Mackenzie King (1935 - 1948)
Capital: Ottawa, Ontario
In the 1930s, Canada had 6 provinces and 2 territories: the Yukon territory and the Northwest territories.
William Lyon Mackenzie King's 2nd term as Prime Minister ended at the beginning of the decade, on August 7th 1930. He was followed by Richard Bedford Bennett from 1930 - 1935, and then returned for a 3rd term from 1935 onward.