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Fraser, Hon. Joan, B.A. (De Lorimier)

FRASER,HON.JOAN,B.A. (De Lorimier)

B. Oct. 12, 1944. Ed. at McGill Univ. (B.A. - Modern Languages, 1965). M. to Michel Faure. Two children. A journalist. Political Career: Summoned to the Senate Sept. 17, 1998 by Rt. Hon. J. Chrétien. Chair, Standing Senate Ctee on Transport and Communications; Mem: Standing Senate Ctee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs and Standing Senate Ctee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament. Chair, Special Senate Ctee on the Clarity Bill, 2000. Chair, Senate Liberal Caucus, 1999-2002. Private Career: Reporter, Montreal Gazette, 1965-67. News editor, Editorial page editor and Quebec bureau chief, Financial Times of Canada, 1967-78. Editorial page editor, The Gazette, 1978-93 and Editor-in-Chief, 1993-96. Dir.-Gen., Centre for Research and Information on Canada, a division of the Council for Canadian Unity, 1997-98. Rec'd: two National Newspaper Awards for editorial writing, 1982 and 1991 and four National Newspaper Award Citations of Merit for editorial writing, 1986, 1987, 1990 and 1994. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: 804, Victoria Bldg., The Senate, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-9556, Fax: (613)943-9558; Email: [email protected]


FRASER, HON. JOAN, B.A. (De Lorimier) Née le 12 oct. 1944. Fit ses études à l'Univ. McGill (B.A. - langues modernes, 1965). M. à Michel Faure. Deux enfants. Une journaliste. Carrière politique: Nommée au Sénat le 17 sept. 1998 par le Très hon. J. Chrétien. Prés., Cté permanent du Sénat des Transports et des communications. Mem., Cté permanent du Sénat de Règlement, de la procédure et des droits du Parlement. Prés., Cté spécial du Sénat sur la Loi de précision en 2000. Prés., Caucus libéral du Sénat, 1999-2002. Carrière privée: Journaliste, The Gazette, 1965-67. Dir. de l'information, éditorialiste en chef et chef du bureau du Québec, Financial Times of Canada, 1967-78. Éditorialiste en chef, The Gazette, 1978-93 et rédactrice en chef, 1993-96. Dir.-gén., Centre de recherche et de l'information sur le Canada au Conseil pour l'unité can., 1997-98. Reçu: deux prix du Concours nat. de journalisme comme éditorialiste, 1982 et 1991 et mention d'excellence à quatre occasions du Concours nat. de journalisme comme éditorialiste, 1986, 1987, 1990 et 1994. Parti pol.: Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 804, Édifice Victoria, Le Sénat, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-9556, Fax: (613)943-9558; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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