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Montreal (QC) Canada- -July 31 1984  File Photo - <br />
Sheila Finestone (R) choosen as liberal candiate for the  riding of Mount Royal over William Dery (L)... In 1984 she was elected as a Liberal Member of Parliament for the Montreal riding of Mount Royal. She was re-elected in the 1988, 1993 and 1997 elections.<br />
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Finestone was sworn to the Privy Council in November 1993 as Secretary of State (Multiculturalism and Status of Women). Finestone was appointed to the Senate of Canada in August 1999. She completed her term in the Senate in 2002 when she reached the mandatory retirement age of 75.<br />
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She was a member of the board of the Canadian Landmine Foundation.<br />
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In 2008, Finestone was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians,[2] "presented annually to a former parliamentarian who has made an outstanding contribution to the country and its democratic institutions."[3] The award was accepted on her behalf by her son Peter, due to Finestone's inability to attend, following health challenges.[4]
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Sheila Finestone
Montreal (QC) Canada- -July 31 1984 File Photo -
Sheila Finestone (R) choosen as liberal candiate for the riding of Mount Royal over William Dery (L)... In 1984 she was elected as a Liberal Member of Parliament for the Montreal riding of Mount Royal. She was re-elected in the 1988, 1993 and 1997 elections.

Finestone was sworn to the Privy Council in November 1993 as Secretary of State (Multiculturalism and Status of Women). Finestone was appointed to the Senate of Canada in August 1999. She completed her term in the Senate in 2002 when she reached the mandatory retirement age of 75.

She was a member of the board of the Canadian Landmine Foundation.

In 2008, Finestone was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians,[2] "presented annually to a former parliamentarian who has made an outstanding contribution to the country and its democratic institutions."[3] The award was accepted on her behalf by her son Peter, due to Finestone's inability to attend, following health challenges.[4]

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Source: Agence Quebec Presse
Date: 31 Jul 1984
Location: Montreal QC Canada
Credit: Agence Quebec Presse
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