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The Minister of State and Chief Government Whip since 2008 and current Canadian Member of Parliament.
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ENG: Gordon James O'Connor, PCOMMCDMP (born May 18, 1939) is a retired Brigadier-General, businessman, lobbyist, and current Canadian Member of Parliament and the Minister of State and Chief Government Whip. He was previously the Minister of National Revenue and the Minister of National Defence. O'Connor was one of the few defence ministers to have served in the military, the most recent prior to O'Connor being Gilles Lamontagne. Born in Toronto, Ontario, he has a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics from Concordia University (Montreal) and a BA in Philosophy from York University. Gordon O'Connor is married and has two children, both of whom are now adults. He currently resides in Kanata, Ontario, where he has lived for over 25 years. Political career He was elected in the 2004 ...
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Canada Gives Seed Money To Three Startups

The Honourable Gordon O’Connor, Minister of State and Member of Parliament for Carleton-Mississippi Mills, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), today announced an investment of up to $1,947,250 that will help three Ottawa-area start-up businesses get their innovative products and ideas to market faster, and create jobs and economic growth in southern Ontario. The investment will allow these businesses to leverage a total of $3.9 million in additional private sector investments from ...

Harper Government Launches New Energy-Efficiency ...

... Standard for Canadian Homes A new standard for energy efficiency aims at lowering Canadians’ energy costs for new homes while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Honourable Gordon O’Connor, Minister of State and MP for Carleton–Mississippi Mills, on behalf of the Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, and Ron Olson, President of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, launched the new 2012 R-2000 Standard today. “Our Government is committed to new standards that promote energy efficiency, save Canadians money, create jobs and strengthen ...

Abortion will never be eliminated, Tory MP says

Abortion will never be eliminated and anti-abortion activists should stop trying to impose their will on others by trying to make it illegal, a senior Conservative MP says. Government whip Gordon O’Connor delivered a stridently pro-choice message Thursday night in response to a private member’s bill from a Tory MP seen by many as an effort to reopen the abortion debate. “Whether one accepts it or not, abortion is and always will be part of society. There will always be dire situations where some women may have to choose the option of abortion,” O’Connor said. ...

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House of Commons committee says former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe should repay funds used ‘inappropriately’
OTTAWA — Former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe should do the honourable thing and repay thousands of dollars after he inappropriately paid political party staff with taxpayer-funded parliamentary resources, an internal multiparty House of Commons committee said Tuesday. Duceppe and […]
I met an old soldier at the end of a ‘damn sad’ day
Gordon O'Connor sums up a tragic day in Ottawa The post I met an old soldier at the end of a ‘damn sad’ day appeared first on Macleans.ca.
MP Ted Menzies announces he won’t seek re-election as expected cabinet shuffle looms
OTTAWA — Federal cabinet shuffle season is in full swing after junior finance minister Ted Menzies said Tuesday he will not run in the next federal election and has removed his name from consideration for an upcoming ministerial shakeup. Prime […]
The Backbench Spring moves into summer
Brent Rathgeber's independence and a backbench revoltThe post The Backbench Spring moves into summer appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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