While senators’ duties are mainly as legislators within Parliament, their work also takes them far beyond. Learn more about some of their activities.
Friday, November 10 — Senator Claudette Tardif meets with Franco-Albertans awarded the Senate of Canada 150 Commemorative Medal (French only) for their service to the community.
Saturday, November 11 — Senator Claudette Tardif attends a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cité Francophone in Edmonton, honouring Franco-Albertan, Métis and First Nations fallen soldiers.
Monday, November 13 — Senator Victor Oh speaks to students from an organizational behaviour course at McMaster University about his journey to a position of leadership, lessons he learned along the way and leadership development programs for students offered by the government. The event was part of the SENgage outreach program.
Wednesday, November 22 — Senators Judith Seidman and Joan Fraser meet with McGill University students in the Senate Chamber as part of the Women in House event. The yearly initiative invites female undergraduate students to shadow parlementarians and learn firsthand about politics, with the objective of creating a more gender-balanced Parliament in future years.
Other events that senators participated in: