Appointed to the Senate of Canada in November 2016, the Honourable Yuen Pau Woo sits as an independent representing British Columbia. He has been the Facilitator of the Independent Senators Group since 2017, and was re-elected for a second two–year term in December 2019.
Senator Woo has worked on public policy issues related to Canada’s relations with Asian countries for more than 30 years. From 2005-2014, he was President and CEO of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he continues to serve as Distinguished East Asia Fellow. He is also Senior Fellow at Simon Fraser University’s Graduate School of Business, and at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia. He is a member of the Trilateral Commission and on the board of the Vancouver Academy of Music. He also serves on the Advisory Boards of the Mosaic Institute, the Canadian Ditchley Foundation, and the York Centre for Asian Research.
Senator Woo has been a member of the following Senate Standing Committees: Foreign Affairs and International Trade; National Finance; Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; Selection; and Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament.
Interventions in the Senate Chamber
COVID-19 Response Measures Bill
Point of Order--Speaker's Ruling Reserved
|2020.10.01 – 17:33|
Business of the Senate
||2020.06.26 – 11:51|
Appropriation Bill No. 3, 2020–21
|2020.06.26 – 11:27|
Appropriation Bill No. 2, 2020–21
|2020.06.25 – 17:47|
Motion to Cease the Provisions of Motion No. 37 Adopted on March 11, 2020--Debate Adjourned
|2020.06.23 – 19:38|
There are no votes for the current session