|Senator for Inkerman, Quebec|
June 20, 2018
|Born||July 10, 1959|
|Political party||Independent Senators Group|
She is a former journalist and broadcaster with Radio-Canada and spent 25 years as a public affairs correspondent for the network in Washington, D.C., Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal before serving as its ombudsman of from April 2007, to July 2011, the first woman to hold this position.
Since August 15, 2011, she served as the president of the Conseil du statut de la femme.
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