|Senator for Mille Isles senate division|
October 4, 2001 – March 16, 2009
|Appointed by||Jean Chrétien|
|Preceded by||Léonce Mercier|
|Succeeded by||Claude Carignan|
March 16, 1934 |
Nicolet, Quebec, Canada
|Political party||Liberal Party of Canada|
Michel Biron, CM (born March 16, 1934) was a Canadian Senator. He was appointed by Governor General Adrienne Clarkson, on the advice of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, to represent the Canadian senatorial division of Mille Isles, Quebec as a member of the Liberal Party of Canada, on October 4, 2001. Biron was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 2001. He presently lives in Nicolet, Quebec. He left the Senate on March 16, 2009, upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75.
On 10 June 2005, Senator Michel Biron declared that the conditions placed on Karla Homolka's release were "totalitarian", according to an interview with CTV Newsnet. Two weeks later, Biron apologized.
- Parliament of Canada - Profile of Senator Michel Biron
- Michel Biron – Parliament of Canada biography
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