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Montreal, Quebec,H3J 2Z6
The combined membership of the Montreal Council of Women of over 30,000 women and men supportsits aim to work and improve social conditions, especially as they affect women and children. he Council is strengthened by its affiliations with Le Conseil des femmes... more.
Badgley Commission on the Application of the Abortion Law
Senator and Corresponding Member of Executive Council, Host
Member of Advisory Board
Social Affairs , Science and Technology
Chair, Senator and Member
House of Commons
Royal Commission on Electoral Reform
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada
Canadian Senator and Corresponding Member of Executive Council
Science and Technology Senate Committee
Member of the Social Affairs
Medical Council of Canada
Palestine Parliamentary Association
Canada-Palestine Parliamentary Association
Dennis Dawson Canada-Arab World Parliamentary Association
University of Montreal
MCW Women in News
The Honorable Lucie Pépin, C.Q., B.A., Honorary President of MCW
On September 7, 2011, The Honorable Lucie Pépin, Senator, one of Canada 's most illustrious women leaders, retired from Parliament Hill. Appointed to the Senate in 1997 by the Rt. Honorable Jean Chrétien, Senator Lucie Pépin represented the province of Quebec and the Senatorial Division of Shawinigan. Honorable Brian Mulroney appointed Lucie Pépin to two Royal Commissions (Electoral Reform and Party Financing (1989-92)) and to the Appeals Division of the National Parole Board (1993-1997. Lucie Pépin is busy with volunteer work three days a week and plans to continue her work in activism in her retirement. Senator Pépin is the recipient of several awards of distinction for her efforts, including the Chevalier de l'Ordre du Québec (1999), and an LL.D. (honoris causa) from McMaster University (1994). We are proud that The Honorable Lucie P épin serves as Honorary President of the Montreal Council of Women . (Excerpts taken from articles below.) Read an article on the Liberal Senate Forum: The Hon. Lucie Pépin, C.Q., B.A. - Senator Lucie Pépin retired on September 7, 2011
The Honorable Lucie Pépin, Retired Senator
Women's History Month
Sheila Goldbloom, representative for Dr. Dorothy Abike Wills, Jeanne Maranda, Charlotte Thibault and The Honourable Lucie Pepin.
It is with great pride and distinct honour that we welcome Senator Lucie Pepin as Honorary President of the Montreal Council of Women. Over the past few decades the Honourable Lucie Pepin has been responsible for many changes in our society, particularly on women's issues.
The Honourable Lucie Pépin, retired Senator, and Dr. Mildred L. Burns, retired Associate Professor, Administration and Policy Studies in Education, McGill University, were chosen for their outstanding contributions in promoting the advancement of women.
Over 150 members and guests attended to pay tribute to Lucie and Mildred. The MCW is proud to have Lucie Pépin as its Honorary President and Mildred L. Burns as a long standing member who has served on the Board of Directors. The Honorable Lucie Pépin, MCW's Honorary President, opened the afternoon's activities with a delightful account about why October has been designated for Women.
It is with great pride and distinct honour that we welcome Senator Lucie Pepin as Honorary President of the Montreal Council of Women.
Over the past few decades the Honourable Lucie Pepin has been responsible for many changes in our society, particularly on women's issues.