Paul has not yet passed an official notice of resignation but he has no longer any interest in active politics besides his local riding.
Paul lost the January 23rd, 2006 election with 103 seats.
Paul is worth $225,000,000.
In 2002 Paul was removed from Cabinet, and was replaced by John Manley because of the continuing conflicts with Jean Chrétien.
Paul's appearance on Corner Gas aired the night before the Gomery Report was issued.
Paul was the first sitting Prime Minister to appear on a sitcom.
When Paul first arrived on Parliament Hill, he was terrible at making speeches.
There is a book about him called Paul Martin: The Politics of Ambition.
When Paul was Finance Minister, Canada recorded five consecutive balanced budgets and erased the annual deficit.
Paul had a minority government. Thus, the nonconfidence motion was able to topple the government.
Paul is part of the Liberal government.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities found a growing income gap, between the rich and poor, in Canadian cities while Paul was the Finance Minister.
Paul says that he did not know about the sponsorship scandal and was not involved in it during the time he was Finance Minister.
While Paul was the Finance Minister, he greatly reduced the debt-to-GDP ratio.
Paul was offered the opportunity to buy Canada Steamship Lines.
Jean Chretien and Martin frequently clashed while in office.
Paul's thoughts on gay marriage: "Put simply, we must always remember that separate but equal is not equal."
On December 12, 2003, Paul was appointed Prime Minister.
Paul was the 21st Prime Minister in Canada.
Paul was not voted in by Canadian citizens. He was given the job of governing the country by Jean Chretien.
He is sometimes called The Right Honourable Paul Edgar Philippe Martin.
Paul was under fire by the Opposition parties because of the sponsorship scandal.
Paul was the Prime Minister of Canada.