Federal Government Contacts
The following is a list of key Members of Parliament and Senators whose public biographies and Parliamentary portfolios indicate a special interest in health research, health care or innovation. We encourage advocates to pay extra attention to these government officials.
Minister: Jean-Yves Duclos
Associate Minister: Carolyn Bennett
Parliamentary Secretary: Adam van Koeverden
Conservative Critic: Michael Barrett and Dr. Stephen Ellis (Deputy Critic)
Bloc Québécois Critic: Luc Thériault
NDP Critics: Don Davies and Bonita Zarrillo (Deputy Critic)
Innovation, Science and Industry
Minister: François-Philippe Champagne
Parliamentary Secretary: Andy Fillmore
Conservative Critic: Gérard Deltell and Ryan Williams (Deputy Critic)
Bloc Québécois Critics: Maxime Blanchette-Joncas (Science and Innovation) and Sébastien Lemire (Industry)
NDP Critics: Brian Masse and Richard Cannings (Deputy Critic)
Mental Health and Addictions
Minister: Carolyn Bennett
Parliamentary Secretary: Élisabeth Brière
Conservative Critic: Hon. Mike Lake and Anna Roberts (Deputy Critic)
NDP Critics: Gord Johns and Lisa Marie Barron (Deputy Critic)
Minister: Chrystia Freeland
Parliamentary Secretary: Terry Beech
Conservative Critic: Dan Albas and Adam Chambers (Deputy Critic)
Bloc Québécois Critic: Gabriel Ste-Marie
NDP Critics: Daniel Blaikie and Peter Julian (Deputy Critic)
Environment and Climate Change
Minister: Steven Guilbeault
Parliamentary Secretary: Terry Duguid
Conservative Critic: Kyle Seeback and Scot Davidson (Deputy Critic)
Bloc Québécois Critics: Monique Pauzé (Environment) and Kristina Michaud (Climate change)
NDP Critic: Laurel Collins
Chair: Sean Casey (L)
Vice-Chair: Michael Barrett (C)
Vice-Chair: Luc Thériault (BQ)
Don Davies (NDP)
Stephen Ellis (C)
Laila Goodridge (C)
Brendan Hanley (L)
Majid Jowhari (L)
Hon. Mike Lake (C)
Marcus Powlowski (L)
Sonia Sidhu (L)
Adam van Koeverden (L)
|Science and Research (SRSR)
Chair: Hon. Kirsty Duncan (L)
Vice-Chair: Corey Tochor (C)
Vice-Chair: Maxime Blanchette-Joncas (BQ)
Valerie Bradford (L)
Richard Cannings (NDP)
Chad Collins (L)
Lena Metlege Diab (L)
Marilyn Gladu (C)
Stéphane Lauzon (L)
Ron McKinnon (L)
Gerald Soroka (C)
Ryan Williams (C)
Industry, Science and Technology (INDU)
The Honourable Anita Anand
Minister of National Defence (October 2021)
MP, Oakville (Ontario)
The Honourable Anita Anand is a devoted leader with a proven record of service. In her Oakville community, she has served on the Board of Directors of the Lighthouse Foundation for Grieving Children, the Oakville Hospital Foundation, and Oakville Hydro Electricity Distribution Inc.
For the past two decades, Minister Anand has been a legal academic, employed most recently as a Professor of Law at the University of Toronto where she held the J.R. Kimber Chair in Investor Protection and Corporate Governance. She served as Associate Dean and was a member of the Governing Board of Massey College and the Director of Policy and Research at the Capital Markets Research Institute, Rotman School of Management. She has also taught law at Yale Law School, Queen’s University, and Western University.
The Honourable Carolyn Bennett
Minister of Mental Health and Addictions & Associate Minister of Health (October 2021)
MP, Toronto—St. Paul’s (Ontario)
Prior to her election in 1997, The Honourable Carolyn Bennett was a family physician and a founding partner of Bedford Medical Associates in downtown Toronto. She was also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. Her fight to save the Women’s College Hospital of Toronto inspired her to enter politics.
Minister Bennett speaks passionately about Canada and Canadians’ participation in the democratic process. She advocates for health, the environment, women’s involvement in politics, and persons with disabilities. She is also known for her strong support of Israel.
In 1986, she received the Royal Life Saving Society’s Service Cross – a Commonwealth Honour Award recognizing her more than 20 years of distinguished service. In 2002, she was the recipient of the coveted EVE Award for contributing to the advancement of women in politics, and in 2003, she received the first-ever Champion of Mental Health Award from the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health. She was also the first recipient of the National Award of Excellence for Outstanding Leadership and Dedication to Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion in Canada, and was the co-author of Kill or Cure? How Canadians Can Remake Their Health Care System.
The Honourable Bill Blair
Minister of Emergency Preparedness & President of the Queen’s Privy Council (October 2021)
MP, Scarborough Southwest (Ontario)
The Honourable Bill Blair has demonstrated his ability to unite and engage others through his numerous roles in provincial, national, and international policing forums. He served as President of both the Ontario and Canadian Associations of Chiefs of Police, receiving the distinction of Commander of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces. He is the proud recipient of the 2011 Beth Sholom Brotherhood Humanitarian Award, and was honoured in 2013 by the Canadian Tamil Congress for his leadership and tremendous service to the people of Toronto.
Minister Blair is dedicated to many social causes, having worked with some of Toronto’s most respected and effective organizations such as Covenant House, the United Way, and the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto. He also served on the Board of Directors of the former Scarborough Hospital Foundation (now the Scarborough Health Network Foundation), and was Vice-Patron of the Good Neighbours’ Club, a day centre for elderly homeless men now called Haven Toronto.
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry (January 2021)
MP, Saint-Maurice—Champlain (Quebec)
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne was first elected in 2015 as the Member of Parliament for Saint-Maurice—Champlain.
Minister Champagne is a businessman, lawyer, and international trade specialist with over 20 years’ experience at large international companies in Europe, particularly in the fields of energy, engineering, and innovation.
Before entering politics, Minister Champagne was Vice-President and Senior Counsel of ABB Group, a leader in cutting-edge technology that operates in more than 100 countries. He also served as Strategic Development Director, acting General Counsel, and Chief Ethics Officer and Member of the Group Management Committee of AMEC Foster Wheeler, a world leader in the energy sector.
The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos
Minister of Health (October 2021)
MP, Québec (Quebec)
The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos was elected as Member of Parliament for Québec in 2015. He was appointed to cabinet by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and served as Minister of Families, Children and Social Development from November 2015 until November 2019, when he was appointed as President of the Treasury Board. As of October 2021, Minister Duclos serves as Health Minister.
In his role as Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Minister Duclos was responsible for the establishment of the Canada Child Benefit and the very first National Housing Strategy.
Prior to his election in 2015, Minister Duclos was a full professor and Director of the Department of Economics at Laval University. Minister Duclos is a well-published author, conference speaker and economics expert. In 2014, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the highest accolade bestowed on Canadian researchers.
The Honourable Patty Hajdu
Minister of Indigenous Services & Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Northern Ontario (October 2021)
MP, Thunder Bay—Superior North (Ontario)
The Honourable Patty Hajdu was elected as Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North in 2015. She was appointed to cabinet by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and served as Minister of Status of Women from November 2015 until January 2017, when she was appointed as Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour.
Minister Hajdu previously worked in public health and focused on drug policy, youth development and homelessness. Prior to her election, she ran the largest homeless shelter in Northwestern Ontario.
She is a compassionate advocate for Thunder Bay-Superior North and all of Canada, believing that a more inclusive country benefits everyone. As Member of Parliament and Minister, she remains firmly focused on ensuring every Canadian has a fair shot at success.
The Honourable David Lametti
Minister of Justice and Attorney General (January 2019)
MP, LaSalle—Émard—Verdun (Quebec)
A proud resident of Montréal for over 30 years, The Honourable David Lametti was born and raised in Port Colborne, Ontario. As the child of Italian immigrants, his parents’ story is one of generational sacrifice: they left their home and came to Canada so that their children could have a better life than they did. Minister Lametti believes that his parents’ hard work and commitment to education gave him the opportunity to succeed.
Before entering politics, Minister Lametti was a Professor of Law at McGill University for nearly 20 years, and established himself as an accomplished legal academic and expert in property and intellectual property law.
As the former Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Minister Lametti demonstrated a strong understanding of the health research and health innovation continuum, and of the importance of developing policies that are comprehensive and supportive of all components of a functioning innovation system from research to development, market validation, and delivery into the market.
The Honourable Mary Ng
Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development (October 2021)
MP, Markham—Thornhill (Ontario)
The Honourable Mary Ng is a devoted community leader who has always believed in the power of public service. She has 20 years of experience in the areas of education, women’s leadership, job creation, and entrepreneurship.
Minister Ng immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong with her family, and grew up learning about the struggle and eventual success that many new immigrants experience in Canada.
Her years working for the Ontario Public Service, Ryerson University, and the Ontario Ministry of Education led to her being recognized as one of Canada’s top-performing public sector leaders. She later served as Director of Appointments for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The Honourable Filomena Tassi
Minister of Public Services and Procurement (October 2021)
MP, Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas (Ontario)
The Honourable Filomena Tassi obtained a Bachelor of Laws from Western University in 1986. She also has a Master of Religious Education and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education.
Driven by her profound sense of civic duty, Minister Tassi has been highly involved in her community. She is a past board member of both St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Catholic Youth Organization, and has volunteered her time with other local initiatives and organizations. Minister Tassi served as a Catholic school board trustee, and was the recipient of the 2010 Brian J. Halferty Award, presented by the Catholic School Chaplains of Ontario for exemplary service.
Mr. Chris Bittle
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage
MP, St. Catherines (Ontario)
Mr. Chris Bittle was previously a civil litigator with Lancaster, Brooks and Welch LLP, specializing in commercial disputes, real estate litigation, defamation, and landlord-tenant matters.
Mr. Bittle was the Chair of Quest Community Health Centre Board of Directors – a local non-profit organization committed to providing quality primary health care and social services to the residents of the Greater St. Catharines area. His work at Quest has made him a strong advocate for sustainable health care.
Ms. Julie Dabrusin
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change
MP, Toronto—Danforth (Ontario)
Since assuming her role as a federal representative of our community, Ms. Julie Dabrusin has served on the Special Joint Committee on Physician-Assisted Dying, which tabled its final report in February 2016. Ms. Dabrusin currently is the Chair of Heritage Committee, where she advocates for those working within Canada’s creative and cultural industries and who comprise an integral part of the vibrant Toronto-Danforth community. Julie is a member of Public Safety Committee as well. A proponent of active transportation, Julie is also a founding member of the All-Party Bike Caucus and a proud advocate for active and public transportation funding.
After launching the Danforth Hunger Squad for Second Harvest, Ms. Dabrusin witnessed first-hand the effects of income inequality and how it impedes Canadians’ access to nutritious food. In Ottawa, as Chair of the Liberal Food Policy Caucus and a participant in the All-Party Anti-Poverty Caucus, Julie is working alongside her colleagues to tackle food insecurity and food-related issues.
Mr. Terry Duguid
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change
MP, Winnipeg South (Manitoba)
Mr. Terry Duguid is a strong advocate on environmental and public health issues. He has served as a board member for Concordia Hospital and is the founding president of the International Centre for Infectious Diseases, a non-profit organization established to support and enhance the mandate of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Ms. Yvonne Jones
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and to the Minister of Northern Affairs
MP, Labrador (Newfoundland and Labrador)
In 2003, Ms. Yvonne Jones was the first female in the province to be appointed Minister of Fisheries & Aquaculture. She was also the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women.
Ms. Jones began her career as a journalist and has worked throughout the province as a news reporter. She also carried out contract work as a researcher with Memorial University and as a Resource Employment Counselor with Human Resources Development Canada.
Through her volunteer work with the Battle Harbour Development Corporation, the Combined Councils of Labrador, the NunatuKavut and various literacy groups and councils, Ms. Jones played a significant role in improving the quality of life not only for the people of her district, but for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Mr. Stéphane Lauzon
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Rural and Economic Development
MP, Argenteuil—La Petite-Nation (Quebec)
Mr. Stéphane Lauzon has previously served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, as well as the Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Sports and Persons with Disabilities.
After working at Canadian International Paper in the 1980s, Mr. Lauzon decided to return to school in 1992 to complete a teaching certificate and then worked in the field of vocational training for over 20 years. He became a City of Gatineau municipal councillor in November 2009. Recently, he managed construction projects at a company that he started himself, in addition to his duties as municipal councillor.
These duties included sitting on the Capital Property and Budget Committee, the Standing Committee on Housing, and the Committee on Seniors. In 2012 he became Chair of the Sports, Recreation and Community Life Committee and was Vice-Chair of the 2015 Jeux de la francophonie.
Mr. Rob Oliphant
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
MP, Don Valley West (Ontario)
Mr. Rob Oliphant is the former President and CEO of the Asthma Society of Canada, a national health charity and patient organization. He is a community leader with a long history of advocating for poverty reduction, affordable housing, at-risk youth, and seniors’ economic security.
Currently, Mr. Oliphant was the President of the Global Allergy and Asthma Patient Platform and serves on the Governing Council of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada. In 2013, he was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contributions to Canada.
Mr. Terry Sheehan
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour
MP, Sault Ste. Marie (Ontario)
Prior to his election as the MP for Sault Ste. Marie, Mr. Terry Sheehan was a four term City Councillor for the city. He served two terms as a Trustee on the Huron Superior Catholic District School Board where he served constituents from the Sault and Algoma Districts.
Mr. Sheehan has spent his career working in both the private and public sectors in business, and community and economic development. Most recently, Terry acted as the Employment and Training Consultant for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Over the years, Mr. Sheehan also served on a number of local committees and boards including the Algoma District Municipal Association. To this day, he is known as a strong voice for Sault Ste. Marie that gets results. Since becoming the Member of Parliament for Sault Ste. Marie, Terry was elected Co-Chairman of the All-Party Steel Caucus, and Co-Chairman of the Canada-Japan Inter-Parliamentary Group. He also served on the Special Committee on Pay Equity.
MP, Yukon (Yukon)
Chair, Parliamentary Health Research Caucus
Dr. Brendan Hanley has been a northern physician for over 25 years with a focus on rural, remote and Indigenous populations. Passionate about public health and emergency preparedness in the North, he became the Yukon’s Chief Medical Officer of Health in 2008, and guided the territory throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Hanley is currently a member of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health.
Dr. Hanley joined the Parliamentary Health Research Caucus as the Liberal Chair in 2022.
MP, Cumberland—Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Vice-Chair, Parliamentary Health Research Caucus
Dr. Stephen Ellis has served as a family physician in the Truro region of Nova Scotia for the last 22 years and currently serves as a medical lead for COVID-19 response in the Northern Zone. Dr. Ellis was also a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force for nine years, attaining the rank of Captain. Dr. Ellis is currently a member of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health.
Dr. Ellis joined the Parliamentary Health Research Caucus as the Conservative Vice-Chair in 2022.
MP, Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing (Ontario)
Vice-Chair, Parliamentary Health Research Caucus
Carol Hughes is a five-term MP who has worked hard for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing since being elected in 2008. In addition to her role as MP, Ms. Hughes has served as Assistant Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committees of the Whole since 2015.
A tireless advocate for the communities she serves, Ms. Hughes was a leading figure in the fight to preserve ten federal constituencies for Northern Ontario. She has been a prominent spokesperson for passenger rail service, preserving postal service outlets, and good jobs in the region. Ms. Hughes has worked with First Nations on local and national issues and served as the New Democrat critic for First Nations Health prior to assuming the responsibilities of Assistant Deputy Speaker.
With decades of labour experience, Ms. Hughes understands the priorities of hardworking families. She has introduced legislation to expand access to Employment Insurance benefits and to require mandatory reporting of workplace accidents and occupational diseases. She has also worked with veterans on legislation that will create a Defence of Canada Medal to honour those who served domestically to protect Canada during the Cold War.
Ms. Hughes joined the Parliamentary Health Research Caucus as the NDP Vice-Chair in 2013.
The Honourable Mohamed-Iqbal Ravalia
Senator (Newfoundland and Labrador)
Senate Representative, Parliamentary Health Research Caucus
Senator Mohamed-Iqbal Ravalia was appointed to the Senate in 2018, representing the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. He is a respected physician and medical educator with strong community ties to Twillingate, NL.
Senator Ravalia was born and raised in the southern African country of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). He immigrated to Canada in 1984 and practiced family medicine in Twillingate, NL until his appointment to the Senate in June 2018. As an immigrant from a minority population group, Senator Ravalia proudly represents the regional interests of his fellow Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, with a focus on rurality, disenfranchised populations, resource management, eldercare and health needs.
Senator Ravalia joined the Parliamentary Health Research Caucus as the Senate Representative in 2022.
|Ziad Aboultaif||Edmonton Manning||Conservative|
|Randy Boissonnault||Edmonton Centre||Liberal|
|Michael Cooper||St. Albert—Edmonton||Conservative|
|Blake Desjarlais||Edmonton Griesbach||NDP|
|Earl Dreeshen||Red Deer—Mountain View||Conservative|
|Garnett Genuis||Sherwood Park—Fort Saskatchewan||Conservative|
|Matt Jeneroux||Edmonton Riverbend||Conservative|
|Tom Kmiec||Calgary Shepard||Conservative|
|Hon. Mike Lake||Edmonton—Wetaskiwin||Conservative|
|Kelly McCauley||Edmonton West||Conservative|
|Heather McPherson||Edmonton Strathcona||NDP|
|Hon. Michelle Rempel||Calgary Nose Hill||Conservative|
|Jag Sahota||Calgary Skyview||Conservative|
|Martin Shields||Bow River||Conservative|
|Hon. Tim Uppal||Edmonton Mill Woods||Conservative|
|Len Webber||Calgary Confederation||Conservative|
|Dan Albas||Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola||Conservative|
|Rachel Blaney||North Island—Powell River||NDP|
|Marc Dalton||Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge||Conservative|
|Don Davies||Vancouver Kingsway||NDP|
|Todd Doherty||Cariboo—Prince George||Conservative|
|Hon. Hedy Fry||Vancouver Centre||Liberal|
|Peter Julian||New Westminster—Burnaby||NDP|
|Jenny Kwan||Vancouver East||NDP|
|Elizabeth May||Saanich—Gulf Islands||Green Party|
|Ron McKinnon||Coquitlam—Port Coquitlam||Liberal|
|Hon. Carla Qualtrough||Delta||Liberal|
|Jagmeet Singh||Burnaby South||NDP|
|Tako Van Popta||Langley—Aldergrove||Conservative|
|Bob Zimmer||Prince George—Peace River—Northern Rockies||Conservative|
|Niki Ashton||Churchill—Keewatinook Aski||NDP|
|Hon. Candice Bergen||Portage—Lisgar||Conservative|
|Terry Duguid||Winnipeg South||Liberal|
|Leah Gazan||Winnipeg Centre||NDP|
|Marty Morantz||Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley||Conservative|
|Hon. Ginette Petitpas Taylor||Moncton—Riverview—Dieppe||Liberal|
|Jake Stewart||Miramichi—Grand Lake||Conservative|
|Joanne Thompson||St. John’s East||Liberal|
Newfoundland and Labrador
|Hon. Seamus O’Regan||St. John’s South—Mount Pearl||Liberal|
|Chris d’Entremont||West Nova||Conservative|
|Dr. Stephen Ellis||Cumberland—Colchester||Conservative|
|Darren Fisher||Dartmouth—Cole Harbour||Liberal|
|Mike Kelloway||Cape Breton—Canso||Liberal|
|Richard Perkins||South Shore—St. Margarets||Conservative|
|Scott Aitchison||Parry Sound—Muskoka||Conservative|
|Dean Allison||Niagara West||Conservative|
|Hon. Anita Anand||Oakville||Liberal|
|Charlie Angus||Timmins—James Bay||NDP|
|Michael Barrett||Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes||Conservative|
|Hon. Carolyn Bennett||Toronto—St. Paul’s||Liberal|
|Chris Bittle||St. Catharines||Liberal|
|Hon. Bill Blair||Scarborough Southwest||Liberal|
|Shaun Chen||Scarborough North||Liberal|
|Michael Coteau||Don Valley East||Liberal|
|Pam Damoff||Oakville North—Burlington||Liberal|
|Eric Duncan||Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry||Conservative|
|Hon. Kirsty Duncan||Etobicoke North||Liberal|
|Nathaniel Erskine-Smith||Beaches—East York||Liberal|
|Hon. Mona Fortier||Ottawa—Vanier||Liberal|
|Mark Gerretsen||Kingston and the Islands||Liberal|
|Matthew Green||Hamilton Centre||NDP|
|Hon. Patty Hajdu||Thunder Bay—Superior North||Liberal|
|Hon. Mark Holland||Ajax||Liberal|
|Majid Jowhari||Richmond Hill||Liberal|
|Iqra Khalid||Mississauga—Erin Mills||Liberal|
|Kamal Khera||Brampton West||Liberal|
|Brian Masse||Windsor West||NDP|
|Hon. David McGuinty||Ottawa South||Liberal|
|Hon. Marco Mendicino||Eglinton—Lawrence||Liberal|
|Wilson Miao||Richmond Centre||Liberal|
|Yasir Naqvi||Ottawa Centre||Liberal|
|Hon. Mary Ng||Markham—Thornhill||Liberal|
|Robert Oliphant||Don Valley West||Liberal|
|Hon. Pierre Poilievre||Carleton||Conservative|
|Dr. Marcus Powlowski||Thunder Bay—Rainy River||Liberal|
|Hon. Anthony Rota||Nipissing—Timiskaming||Liberal|
|Ruby Sahota||Brampton North||Liberal|
|Jamie Schmale||Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock||Conservative|
|Marc Serré||Nickel Belt||Liberal|
|Terry Sheehan||Sault Ste. Marie||Liberal|
|Sonia Sidhu||Brampton South||Liberal|
|Hon. Filomena Tassi||Hamilton West—Ancaster—Dundas||Liberal|
|Tony Van Bynen||Newmarket—Aurora||Liberal|
|Adam van Koeverden||Milton||Liberal|
|Arif Virani||Parkdale—High Park||Liberal|
Prince Edward Island
|Alexandre Boulerice||Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie||NDP|
|Louise Chabot||Thérèse-De Blainville||Bloc Québécois|
|Luc Desilets||Rivière-des-Mille-Îles||Bloc Québécois|
|Hon. Jean-Yves Duclos||Québec||Liberal|
|Marilène Gill||Manicouagan||Bloc Québécois|
|Hon. David Lametti||LaSalle—Émard—Verdun||Liberal|
|Stéphane Lauzon||Argenteuil—La Petite-Nation||Liberal|
|Hon. Diane Lebouthillier||Gaspésie—Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine||Liberal|
|Sébastien Lemire||Abitibi—Témiscamingue||Bloc Québécois|
|Christine Normandin||Saint-Jean||Bloc Québécois|
|Yves Perron||Berthier—Maskinongé||Bloc Québécois|
|Louis Plamondon||Bécancour—Nicolet—Saurel||Bloc Québécois|
|Luc Thériault||Montcalm||Bloc Québécois|
|Julie Vignola||Beauport—Limoilou||Bloc Québécois|
|Kelly Block||Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek||Conservative|
|Robert Kitchen||Souris—Moose Mountain||Conservative|
|Dr. Brendan Hanley||Yukon||Liberal|
Hon. Patti Laboucane-Benson (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Margaret Dawn Anderson (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Wanda Elaine Thomas Bernard (Progressive Senate Group)
Hon. Dan Christmas (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Jane Cordy (Progressive Senate Group)
Hon. Mary Coyle (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Colin Deacon (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Stan Kutcher (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Michael L. MacDonald (Conservative)
Hon. Terry M. Mercer (Progressive Senate Group)
Hon. Dennis Glen Patterson (Conservative)
Hon. Salma Ataullahjan (Conservative)
Hon. Yvonne Boyer (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Donna Dasko (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Marty Deacon (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Tony Dean (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Frances P.C. Lankin (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Sabi Marwah (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Rosemary Moodie (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Kim Pate (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Pierre-Hughes Boisvenu (Conservative)
Hon. Patrick Brazeau (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Renée Dupuis (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Rosa Galvez (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Leo Housakos (Conservative)
Hon. Tony Loffreda (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Paul J. Massicotte (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Marie-Francoise Mégie (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Julie Miville-Dechêne (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Chantal Petitclerc (Independent Senators Group)
Hon. Judith Seidman (Conservative)
Hon. Denise Batters (Conservative)
Hon. Pat Duncan (Independent Senators Group)