He served simply because the 11th Perfect Minister of Canada from August 1930 to Oct 1935 through the worst many years of the Great Despair. He was a loner who graduated using a rules level from Dalhousie College or university in 1893. He passed away of a coronary attack while going for a bath seven days from his 77th birthday. He was under no circumstances wedded and was survived by his sibling Ronald V. Bennett. He and Mackenzie Bowell are both previous Perfect Ministers of Canada.