List of Newfoundland and Labrador senators

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This is a list of past and present Canadian senators from the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Current Senators[edit]

Name Party Division1 Date appointed Appointed by2 Mandatory retirement
  Norman Doyle Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador January 6, 2012 Harper November 11, 2020
  George Furey Non-affiliated Newfoundland and Labrador August 11, 1999 Chrétien May 12, 2023
  Fabian Manning Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador May 25, 2011 Harper May 21, 2039
  Elizabeth Marshall Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador January 29, 2010 Harper September 7, 2026
  Wells, DavidDavid Wells Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador January 25, 2013 Harper February 28, 2037

Notes:

1 Senators are appointed to represent Newfoundland and Labrador. Each senator may choose to designate a geographic area within the province as his or her division.

3 There are 7 senators from Newfoundland and Labrador, however, there are only 6 currently serving in the senate as one seat is vacant due to the retirement of Sen.George Baker on September 4th 2017.

Historical[edit]

Name Party Division1 Date appointed Appointed by2 End of Term
  Alexander Baird Liberal St. John's August 17, 1949 St. Laurent November 23, 1967
  Michael Basha Liberal West Coast January 24, 1951 St. Laurent November 18, 1976
  Frederick Gordon Bradley Liberal Bonavista-Twillingate June 12, 1953 St. Laurent March 30, 1966
  Vincent Burke Liberal St. Jacques January 25, 1950 St. Laurent December 19, 1953
  Chesley William Carter Liberal The Grand Banks July 8, 1966 Pearson July 28, 1977
  Ethel Cochrane Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador November 17, 1986 Mulroney September 23, 2012
  Eric Cook Independent St. John's East February 14, 1964 Pearson July 26, 1984
  Joan Cook Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador March 6, 1998 Chrétien October 6, 2009
  C. William Doody Progressive Conservative Harbour Main-Bell Island October 3, 1979 Clark December 27, 2005
  James Duggan Liberal Avalon July 8, 1966 Pearson February 28, 1978
  John Gilbert Higgins Progressive Conservative St. John's East January 15, 1959 Diefenbaker July 1, 1963
  Malcolm Mercer Hollett Progressive Conservative Burin October 6, 1961 Diefenbaker March 31, 1971
  Philip Lewis Liberal St. John's March 23, 1978 Trudeau, P. E. November 28, 1999
  Fabian Manning Conservative Newfoundland and Labrador January 2, 2009 Harper May 21, 2039
  Jack Marshall Progressive Conservative Humber-St. George's-St. Barbe March 23, 1978 Trudeau, P. E. November 26, 1994
  Gerry Ottenheimer Progressive Conservative Waterford-Trinity December 30, 1987 Mulroney January 18, 1998
  George Penny Liberal Newfoundland August 17, 1949 St. Laurent December 4, 1949
  Ray Petten Liberal Bonavista August 17, 1949 St. Laurent February 16, 1961
  William Petten Liberal Bonavista April 8, 1968 Pearson January 28, 1998
  Calvert Pratt Liberal St. John's West January 24, 1951 St. Laurent November 13, 1963
  Herman William Quinton Liberal Burgeo-Lapoile January 24, 1951 St. Laurent April 2, 1952
  Bill Rompkey Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador September 21, 1995 Chrétien May 13, 2011
  Frederick William Rowe Liberal Lewisporte December 9, 1971 Trudeau, P. E. September 28, 1987
  Raymond Squires Liberal Newfoundland and Labrador June 9, 2000 Chrétien February 6, 2001

Notes:

1 Senators are appointed to represent Newfoundland and Labrador. Each senator may choose to designate a geographic area within the province as his or her division.
2 Senators are appointed by the Governor-General of Canada on the recommendation of the prime minister.

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