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Jane Cordy

 

Jane Cordy

The Honourable
Jane Cordy
Senator for Nova Scotia
Incumbent
Assumed office
June 9, 2000
Appointed by Jean Chrétien
Personal details
Born (1950-07-02) July 2, 1950
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Political party Liberal
Jane Marie Cordy (born July 2, 1950) is a Canadian Senator representing Nova Scotia.

Early life

Born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, she received a teaching certificate from the Nova Scotia Teachers College and a Bachelor of Education from Mount Saint Vincent University. A teacher, she taught for the Sydney School Board, the Halifax County School Board, the New Glasgow School Board, and the Halifax Regional School Board.[1]

Appointment to the Senate

Cordy was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien on June 9, 2000. She has also served as Vice-Chair of the Halifax-Dartmouth Port Development Commission and as Chair of the Board of Referees for the Halifax Region of Human Resources Development Canada.

She sat in the Senate as a Liberal representing the senatorial division of Nova Scotia.

On January 29, 2014, Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau announced all Liberal Senators, including Cordy, were removed from the Liberal caucus, and would continue sitting as Independents.[2] According to Senate Opposition leader James Cowan, the Senators will still refer to themselves as Liberals even if they are no longer members of the parliamentary Liberal caucus.[3]

References

  1. ^ Jane Cordy - Liberal Party of Canada
  2. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/justin-trudeau-removes-senators-from-liberal-caucus-1.2515273
  3. ^ "Trudeau’s expulsion catches Liberal senators by surprise". Globe and Mail. January 29, 2014. Retrieved January 29, 2014. 

External links

  • Jane Cordy – Parliament of Canada biography
  • Liberal Senate Forum
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