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ENG: Marjory LeBreton, PC (born July 4, 1940) is Leader of the Government in the Canadian Senate, a position of cabinet-rank; and vice-chair of Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Canada. She worked with four leaders of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada - John Diefenbaker, Robert Stanfield, Joe Clark and Brian Mulroney - from 1962 to 1993 before being appointed to the Senate on the advice of Mulroney. She sat as a Progressive Conservative Senator from her appointment until moving with most of her caucus colleagues to the new Conservative Party of Canada in 2004, of which she was soon elected as Chief Whip. She served as an advisor to then opposition leader Stephen Harper during the 2006 election, which Harper won. After the election she was named to the cabinet position of the ...
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Senator LeBreton and the media

Senator Marjory LeBreton is making headlines this week for accusing the media of being insufficiently enthusiastic about Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservatives during the election campaign. LeBreton said journalists covering the PM’s tour should have realized a Conservative majority was in the offing and not been so negative. Of course, this is insane, and it is expertly debunked as Nixonian paranoia by Lawrence Martin in an iPolitics column today. LeBreton, we should remember, was appointed to the Senate by her old boss, Brian Mulroney, and for years after he left ...

Seniors issues emerge as a policy priority for government

The federal government has been hard at work assuring the public that it supports the country’s growing population of seniors, and has taken significant steps to consult with seniors on policy issues. When it comes to pension reform though, the Conservatives aren’t open to suggestions. Seniors issues have been a hallmark of the Conservative government since Prime Minister Stephen Harper (Calgary Southwest, Alta.) established the National Seniors Council and appointed Conservative Senator Marjory LeBreton as minister of state for seniors in 2007. The post is currently held by Alice ...

Stamps to commemorate Queen's jubilee year

Canadians will have new stamps to commemorate the Queen's 60 years as monarch — though it will cost 61 cents to use them. Gov. Gen. David Johnston announced the new stamps to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Elizabeth's accession, at the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Que. Students from Ottawa's Queen Elizabeth Public School were on hand for the announcement. Johnston talked about the Queen's long history with Canada, which began when many of the students' grandparents were themselves children. Marjory LeBreton, government leader of the Senate, told the students that she was ...

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Marjory LeBreton's memories: Six remarkable decades of serving the party - Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa CitizenMarjory LeBreton's memories: Six remarkable decades of serving the partyOttawa CitizenThere was a time when Marjory LeBreton spoke on the phone regularly with Brian Mulroney, the man who appointed her to the Senate in 1993 in his final days as prime minister. But for several years, they haven't exchanged a single word. LeBreton, who ...and more »
Sen. Marjory LeBreton admits Senate scandal could affect fall federal election - Globalnews.ca
Globalnews.caSen. Marjory LeBreton admits Senate scandal could affect fall federal electionGlobalnews.caWATCH ABOVE: Senator Marjory LeBreton was the head of the government in the Senate at the height of the spending scandal – and now she's speaking out about what it was like during those difficult days. Mike Le Couteur reports. OTTAWA – When the ...Marjory LeBreton heads for exit, says scandal has ended culture of secrecy in ...Ottawa Citizenall 2 news articles »
Standing up for the Senate - Toronto Sun
Toronto SunStanding up for the SenateToronto SunOn Friday Marjory LeBreton, the former leader of the government in the Senate, gave her farewell statement to her fellow senators. She's retiring in July after having been appointed in 1993 by Brian Mulroney. She's "a legend of Parliament Hill" as ...
Marjory LeBreton says Senate has 'no place to go but up' - CBC.ca
CBC.caMarjory LeBreton says Senate has 'no place to go but up'CBC.caAs she prepares to retire from the Senate after 22 years, Conservative Senator Marjory LeBreton says the wrenching controversy over expenses has brought the upper chamber to a turning point. "The whole thing is laid bare and there's no place to go but ...

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