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Liberal Party

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Liberal Party

10 St Mary Street Suite 205

Toronto, Ontario,M4Y 1P9


Company Description

The Liberal Party of Canada in Alberta is dedicated to the principles that have historically sustained the Party: individual freedom, responsibility and human dignity in the framework of a just society, and political freedom in the framework of meaningful part...more

Background Information

Employment History

Honorary President


National Coordinator

Badgley Commission on the Application of the Abortion Law


Equal Voice


McGill University

Project Member


Senator and Corresponding Member of Executive Council, Host


Board Member

Social Affairs , Science and Technology

Chair, Senator and Member

Human Rights


Parliamentary Centre

Board Member

House of Commons


Royal Commission on Electoral Reform



Honorary Senator

Royal Commission


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

Council Member

Palestine Parliamentary Association

Honorary Senator

Canada-Palestine Parliamentary Association

Honorary Senator

Dennis Dawson Canada-Arab World Parliamentary Association

Honorary Senator




Nursing Sciences

University of Montreal

Honorary Doctorate

McMaster University


McMaster University

Web References(103 Total References)

Advisory Board | Equal Voice [cached]

Senator Lucie Pépin
Senator Lucie Pépin Liberal Senate of Canada, Quebec

Liberal Party of Canada [cached]

Lucie Pépin

The McGill Education Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration - Project Members [cached]

Lucie Pépin, The Honourable
Senator Pépin's has dedicated her career to human rights and social justice. Her early interest in women's health quickly led to public activism for broader issues of women's equality. Senator Pépin was instrumental in the coordination of advocacy efforts at the national level, securing legislation which guaranteed women's right to contraception and abortion, as well as at the provincial level, securing their right to sign medical authorization and the legalization of birth planning clinics. Senator Pépin was also deeply involved in advocacy efforts to ensure the entrenchment of women's rights in the Canadian Constitution.. Senator Pépin's enthusiastic involvement in improving the status of women was recognized by the Government of Canada, which, in 1979, appointed her Vice-President of the Advisory Council on the Statue of Women and, the following year, to its presidency. Under her direction, the Advisory Council undertook research and advised the federal government on a wide variety of subjects, most notably employment equity, child care, violence against women, pension reform, women's rights and the Constitution, as well as reforms to the Divorce Act. In 1984, Senator Pépin was elected a Liberal Member of Parliament for Outremont. From 1985 to 1988, she was Official Opposition critic for the Status of Women, sitting on parliamentary committees considering bills on child care, divorce, pornography, immigration, prostitution, family allowances and employment equity. Since Senator Pépin's appointment to the Senate in 1997, she has pursued her work on human rights and social justice.

MCW Women in News [cached]

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

Balkan Youth and Health Project [cached]

Senator Lucie Pepin
Health Council of Canada

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