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I can't seem to find anywhere where Alex Himelfarb is refered to as The Right Honourable? Is this only when he is in office? --YUL89YYZ 00:36, 14 November 2005 (UTC)
He doesn't use the title "Right Honourable." Only prime ministers, governors general, chief justices or people who have been given the honour especially (i.e. Herb Gray) use "Right Honourable." Himmelfarb is only "Honourable."The Invisible Man 05:31, 14 December 2005 (UTC)
Forget "Right Honourable" -- he isn't even entitled to use "Honourable" and I have modified the page accordingly.