List of senators in the 35th Parliament of Canada

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This is a list of members of the Canadian Senate in the 35th Parliament of Canada.

The province of Quebec has 24 Senate divisions which are constitutionally mandated. In all other provinces, a Senate division is strictly an optional designation of the senator's own choosing, and has no real constitutional or legal standing. A senator who does not choose a special senate division is designated a senator for the province at large.[1]

Names in bold indicate senators in the 26th Canadian Ministry.[2]

List of senators[edit]

Senators at the beginning of the 35th Parliament[edit]

[3] Name Party Province (Division) Date appointed Appointed by Left office Reason
     Willie Adams Liberal Northwest Territories April 5, 1977 Trudeau June 22, 2009 Retirement
     Raynell Andreychuk Progressive Conservative Saskatchewan March 11, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     W. David Angus Progressive Conservative Quebec June 10, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Norman Atkins Progressive Conservative Ontario June 30, 1986 Mulroney June 27, 2009 Retirement
     Jack Austin Liberal British Columbia August 19, 1975 Trudeau March 2, 2007 Retirement
     James Balfour Progressive Conservative Saskatchewan September 13, 1979 Clark December 12, 1999 Death
     Gérald Beaudoin Progressive Conservative Quebec September 26, 1988 Mulroney April 15, 2004 Retirement
     Mario Beaulieu Progressive Conservative Quebec August 30, 1990 Mulroney June 22, 1994 Resignation
     Eric Berntson Progressive Conservative Saskatchewan September 27, 1990 Mulroney February 27, 2001 Resignation
     Roch Bolduc Progressive Conservative Quebec September 26, 1988 Mulroney September 10, 2003 Retirement
     Lorne Bonnell Liberal Prince Edward Island November 4, 1971 Trudeau January 4, 1998 Retirement
     Peter Bosa Liberal Ontario April 5, 1977 Trudeau December 10, 1998 Death
     John Buchanan Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia September 12, 1990 Mulroney April 22, 2006 Retirement
     Pat Carney Progressive Conservative British Columbia August 30, 1990 Mulroney January 31, 2008 Resignation
     Solange Chaput-Rolland Progressive Conservative Quebec September 26, 1988 Mulroney May 14, 1994 Retirement
     Guy Charbonneau Progressive Conservative Quebec September 27, 1979 Clark June 21, 1997 Retirement
     Ethel Cochrane Progressive Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador November 17, 1986 Mulroney Incumbent
     Michel Cogger Progressive Conservative Quebec May 2, 1986 Mulroney September 1, 2000 Resignation
     Erminie Cohen Progressive Conservative New Brunswick June 4, 1993 Mulroney July 23, 2001 Retirement
     Gerald Comeau Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia August 30, 1990 Mulroney Incumbent
     Anne Cools Liberal Ontario January 13, 1984 Trudeau Incumbent
     Eymard Corbin Liberal New Brunswick July 9, 1984 Turner August 2, 2009 Retirement
     Keith Davey Liberal Ontario February 24, 1966 Pearson July 1, 1996 Resignation
     Paul David Progressive Conservative Quebec April 16, 1985 Mulroney December 25, 1994 Retirement
     Pierre de Bané Liberal Quebec June 29, 1984 Trudeau Incumbent
     Jean Noël Desmarais Progressive Conservative Ontario June 4, 1993 Mulroney July 25, 1995 Death
     Mabel DeWare Progressive Conservative New Brunswick September 23, 1990 Mulroney August 9, 2001 Retirement
     Consiglio Di Nino Progressive Conservative Ontario August 30, 1990 Mulroney Incumbent
     C. William Doody Progressive Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador October 3, 1979 Clark December 27, 2005 Death
     Richard Doyle Progressive Conservative Ontario March 19, 1985 Mulroney March 10, 1998 Retirement
     Douglas Everett Independent Manitoba November 8, 1966 Pearson January 20, 1994 Resignation
     Trevor Eyton Progressive Conservative Ontario September 23, 1990 Mulroney July 12, 2009 Retirement
     Joyce Fairbairn Liberal Alberta June 29, 1984 Trudeau Incumbent
     Michael Forrestall Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia September 27, 1990 Mulroney June 8, 2006 Death
     Royce Frith Liberal Ontario April 5, 1977 Trudeau August 29, 1994 Resignation
     Ron Ghitter Progressive Conservative Alberta March 25, 1993 Mulroney March 31, 2000 Resignation
     Philippe Gigantès Liberal Quebec January 13, 1984 Trudeau August 16, 1998 Retirement
     Jerry Grafstein Liberal Ontario January 13, 1984 Trudeau January 2, 2010 Retirement
     Alasdair Graham Liberal Nova Scotia April 27, 1972 Trudeau May 21, 2004 Retirement
     Normand Grimard Progressive Conservative Quebec September 27, 1990 Mulroney June 16, 2000 Retirement
     Leonard Gustafson Progressive Conservative Saskatchewan May 26, 1993 Mulroney November 10, 2008 Retirement
     Stanley Haidasz Liberal Ontario March 23, 1978 Trudeau March 4, 1998 Retirement
     Earl Hastings Liberal Alberta February 24, 1966 Pearson May 5, 1996 Death
     Dan Hays Liberal Alberta June 29, 1984 Trudeau June 30, 2007 Resignation
     Jacques Hébert Liberal Quebec April 20, 1983 Trudeau June 21, 1998 Retirement
     Duncan Jessiman Progressive Conservative Manitoba May 26, 1993 Mulroney June 5, 1998 Retirement
     Janis Johnson Progressive Conservative Manitoba September 27, 1990 Mulroney Incumbent
     James Kelleher Progressive Conservative Ontario September 23, 1990 Mulroney October 2, 2005 Retirement
     William McDonough Kelly Progressive Conservative Ontario December 23, 1982 Trudeau July 21, 2000 Retirement
     Colin Kenny Liberal Ontario June 29, 1984 Trudeau Incumbent
     Wilbert Keon Progressive Conservative Ontario September 27, 1990 Mulroney May 17, 2010 Retirement
     Noël Kinsella Progressive Conservative New Brunswick September 12, 1990 Mulroney November 27, 2014 Retirement
     Michael J. L. Kirby Liberal Nova Scotia January 13, 1984 Trudeau October 31, 2006 Resignation
     Leo Kolber Liberal Quebec December 23, 1983 Trudeau January 18, 2004 Retirement
     Daniel Lang Independent Ontario February 14, 1964 Pearson June 13, 1994 Resignation
     Thérèse Lavoie-Roux Progressive Conservative Quebec September 27, 1990 Mulroney March 12, 2001 Resignation
     Edward M. Lawson Independent British Columbia October 7, 1970 Trudeau September 24, 2004 Retirement
     Roméo LeBlanc Liberal New Brunswick June 29, 1984 Trudeau November 21, 1994 Resignation
     Marjory LeBreton Progressive Conservative Ontario June 18, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Philip Lewis Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador March 23, 1978 Trudeau November 28, 1999 Retirement
     Paul Lucier Liberal Yukon October 23, 1975 Trudeau July 23, 1999 Death
     John Lynch-Staunton Progressive Conservative Quebec September 23, 1990 Mulroney June 19, 2005 Retirement
     Finlay MacDonald Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia December 21, 1984 Mulroney January 4, 1998 Retirement
     John Michael Macdonald Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia June 24, 1960 Diefenbaker June 20, 1997 Death
     Allan MacEachen Liberal Nova Scotia June 29, 1984 Trudeau July 6, 1996 Retirement
     Heath MacQuarrie Progressive Conservative Prince Edward Island October 3, 1979 Clark September 18, 1994 Retirement
     Leonard Marchand Liberal British Columbia June 29, 1984 Trudeau March 1, 1998 Resignation
     Jack Marshall Progressive Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador March 23, 1978 Trudeau November 26, 1994 Retirement
     Michael Meighen Progressive Conservative Ontario September 27, 1990 Mulroney February 6, 2012 Resignation
     Gildas Molgat Liberal Manitoba October 7, 1970 Trudeau February 28, 2001 Death
     Robert Muir Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia March 26, 1979 Trudeau November 10, 1994 Retirement
     Lowell Murray Progressive Conservative Ontario September 13, 1979 Clark Incumbent
     Joan Neiman Liberal Ontario September 1, 1972 Trudeau September 9, 1995 Retirement
     Pierre Claude Nolin Progressive Conservative Quebec June 18, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Donald Oliver Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia September 7, 1990 Mulroney Incumbent
     Bud Olson Liberal Alberta April 5, 1977 Trudeau March 7, 1996 Resignation
     Gerry Ottenheimer Progressive Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador December 30, 1987 Mulroney January 18, 1998 Death
     Ray Perrault Liberal British Columbia October 5, 1973 Trudeau February 6, 2001 Retirement
     William Petten Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador April 8, 1968 Pearson January 28, 1998 Retirement
     Orville Howard Phillips Progressive Conservative Prince Edward Island February 5, 1963 Diefenbaker March 24, 1999 Resignation
     Michael Pitfield Independent Ontario December 22, 1982 Trudeau June 1, 2010 Resignation
     Marcel Prud'homme Independent Quebec May 26, 1993 Mulroney November 30, 2009 Retirement
     Maurice Riel Liberal Quebec October 5, 1973 Trudeau April 3, 1997 Retirement
     Jean-Claude Rivest Progressive Conservative Quebec March 11, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Pietro Rizzuto Liberal Quebec December 23, 1976 Trudeau August 3, 1997 Death
     Fernand Roberge Progressive Conservative Quebec May 26, 1993 Mulroney July 19, 2000 Resignation
     Brenda Robertson Progressive Conservative New Brunswick December 21, 1984 Mulroney May 23, 2004 Retirement
     Louis Robichaud Liberal New Brunswick December 21, 1973 Trudeau October 21, 2000 Retirement
     Eileen Rossiter Progressive Conservative Prince Edward Island November 17, 1986 Mulroney July 14, 2004 Retirement
     Jean-Maurice Simard Progressive Conservative New Brunswick June 26, 1985 Mulroney June 16, 2001 Death
     Herbert O. Sparrow Liberal Saskatchewan February 9, 1968 Pearson January 4, 2005 Retirement
     Mira Spivak Progressive Conservative Manitoba November 17, 1986 Mulroney July 12, 2009 Retirement
     Gerry St. Germain Progressive Conservative British Columbia June 23, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Richard Stanbury Liberal Ontario February 13, 1968 Pearson May 2, 1998 Retirement
     John Benjamin Stewart Liberal Nova Scotia January 13, 1984 Trudeau November 19, 1999 Retirement
     Peter Stollery Liberal Ontario July 2, 1981 Trudeau November 29, 2010 Retirement
     Terry Stratton Progressive Conservative Manitoba March 25, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     John Sylvain Progressive Conservative Quebec September 7, 1990 Mulroney February 1, 1996 Resignation
     Norbert Thériault Liberal New Brunswick March 26, 1979 Trudeau February 16, 1996 Retirement
     Andy Thompson Liberal Ontario April 6, 1967 Pearson March 23, 1998 Resignation
     David Tkachuk Progressive Conservative Saskatchewan June 8, 1993 Mulroney Incumbent
     Walter Patrick Twinn Progressive Conservative Alberta September 27, 1990 Mulroney October 30, 1997 Death
     Charlie Watt Liberal Quebec January 16, 1984 Trudeau Incumbent
     Dalia Wood Liberal Quebec March 26, 1979 Trudeau January 31, 1999 Resignation

Senators appointed during the 35th Parliament[edit]

[4] Name Party Province (Division) Date appointed Appointed by Left office Reason
     Jean-Louis Roux Liberal Quebec August 31, 1994 Chrétien August 8, 1996 Resignation
     Lise Bacon Liberal Quebec September 15, 1994 Chrétien August 25, 2009 Retirement
     Landon Pearson Liberal Ontario September 15, 1994 Chrétien November 16, 2005 Retirement
     Sharon Carstairs Liberal Manitoba September 15, 1994 Chrétien October 17, 2011 Retirement
     Jean-Robert Gauthier Liberal Ontario November 23, 1994 Chrétien October 22, 2004 Retirement
     John G. Bryden Liberal New Brunswick November 23, 1994 Chrétien October 31, 2009 Resignation
     Rose-Marie Losier-Cool Liberal New Brunswick March 21, 1995 Chrétien Incumbent
     Céline Hervieux-Payette Liberal Quebec March 21, 1995 Chrétien Incumbent
     Marie Poulin Liberal Ontario September 21, 1995 Chrétien Incumbent
     Lorna Milne Liberal Ontario September 21, 1995 Chrétien December 13, 2009 Retirement
     Bill Rompkey Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador September 21, 1995 Chrétien May 13, 2011 Retirement
     Doris Margaret Anderson Liberal Prince Edward Island September 21, 1995 Chrétien July 5, 1997 Retirement
     Shirley Maheu Liberal Quebec February 1, 1996 Chrétien February 1, 2006 Death
     Joseph P. Landry Liberal New Brunswick February 26, 1996 Chrétien June 19, 1997 Retirement
     Nicholas Taylor Liberal Alberta March 7, 1996 Chrétien November 17, 2002 Retirement
     Jean Forest Liberal Alberta May 16, 1996 Chrétien August 28, 1998 Resignation
     Léonce Mercier Liberal Quebec August 9, 1996 Chrétien August 11, 2001 Retirement
     Eugene Whelan Liberal Ontario August 9, 1996 Chrétien July 11, 1999 Retirement
     Wilfred Moore Liberal Nova Scotia September 26, 1996 Chrétien Incumbent
     Lucie Pépin Liberal Quebec April 8, 1997 Chrétien Incumbent

Left Senate during the 35th Parliament[edit]

[4] Date Name Party Representing Details
     January 20, 1994 Douglas Everett Independent Manitoba Resignation
     May 14, 1994 Solange Chaput-Rolland Progressive Conservative Quebec Retirement
     June 13, 1994 Daniel Lang Independent Ontario Resignation
     June 22, 1994 Mario Beaulieu Progressive Conservative Quebec Resignation
     August 29, 1994 Royce Frith Liberal Ontario Resignation
     September 18, 1994 Heath MacQuarrie Progressive Conservative Prince Edward Island Retirement
     November 10, 1994 Robert Muir Progressive Conservative Nova Scotia Retirement
     November 21, 1994 Roméo LeBlanc Liberal New Brunswick Resignation
     November 26, 1994 Jack Marshall Progressive Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador Retirement
     December 25, 1994 Paul David Progressive Conservative Quebec Retirement
     July 25, 1995 Jean Noël Desmarais Progressive Conservative Ontario Death
     September 9, 1995 Joan Neiman Liberal Ontario Retirement
     February 1, 1996 John Sylvain Progressive Conservative Quebec Resignation
     February 16, 1996 Norbert Thériault Liberal New Brunswick Retirement
     March 7, 1996 Bud Olson Liberal Alberta Resignation
     May 5, 1996 Earl Hastings Liberal Alberta Death
     July 1, 1996 Keith Davey Liberal Ontario Resignation
     July 6, 1996 Allan MacEachen Liberal Nova Scotia Retirement
     August 8, 1996 Jean-Louis Roux Liberal Quebec Resignation
     April 3, 1997 Maurice Riel Liberal Quebec Retirement

Changes in party affiliation during the 35th Parliament[edit]

There were no changes in party affiliation during the 35th Parliament.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Normandin, Pierre G. (1939). The Canadian parliamentary guide. The University of California. 
  2. ^ "Senators members of the Ministry". Parliament of Canada. Retrieved 2011-05-24. 
  3. ^ "Senators: 35th Parliament of Canada". Parliament of Canada. Retrieved 2011-05-17. 
  4. ^ a b c "Party Standings - 35th Parliament of Canada". Parliament of Canada. Retrieved 2011-05-17.