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Paul Massicotte

The Hon. Paul J. Massicotte, B.Comm., C.A. Senator Paul Massicotte was appointed to the Senate on June 26, 2003 by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien. He represents the province of Québec and the Senatorial Division of De Lanaudière.

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Liberal Senators visit Afghanistan (2008)

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In March and April 2008, members of the Senate Committee of National Security and Defence toured Afghanistan on a fact-finding mission. Liberal Senators in attendance were Senator Colin Kenny (Chair), Senator Tommy Banks, Senator Joseph A. Day, Senator Grant Mitchell, and Senator Rod A.A. Zimmer.

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