Senator Nolin – Canadian Hero!

Senator Nolin

Hero #1

Senator Pierre-Claude Nolin

Conservative Party of Canada

Thank you, Senator Nolin, for standing up for Canada!
Why is Senator Nolin a hero? Here are some reasons…

Bill C-10 – Safe Streets And Communities Bill
Bill C-10 – Second Reading – Debate Continued
December 16, 2011
Speech by: The Honourable Pierre Claude Nolin

2. Bill S-10 – “Penalties For Organized Drug Crime Act”
Bill C-10 – Debate at Second Reading
May 13, 2010
Speech by: The Honourable Pierre Claude Nolin

Read Senator Nolin’s speech in Bill S-10

3. The report from the 2002 Senate Special Committee on Illegal Drugs, “Cannabis: Our Position for a Canadian Public Policy
The report online:

Conclusions & Recommendations of the 2002 Senate Committee Report

Information about Senator Nolin from the Parliament of Canada website:

Province: Quebec
Senatorial Designation: De Salaberry
Appointed on the advice of: Mulroney (Prog. Conser.)
Telephone: 613-943-1451 or 1-800-267-7362
Fax: 613-943-1792


Senator Nolin was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Mulroney on June 18, 1993. His senatorial division is De Salaberry (Québec). Born in Montreal on October 30, 1950, Senator Nolin received an LL.L degree from the University of Ottawa in 1976 and has worked as a lawyer for the past 30 years. He is married and has three children.

Since joining the Senate, he has served as a member of numerous committees, including the Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs; the Standing Committee on Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration; the Standing Committee on National Security and Defence; the Standing Joint Committee on Scrutiny of Regulations; the Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources; the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade; the Senate Special Committee on the Anti-Terrorism Act; and the Senate Special Committee on Illegal Drugs. Senator Nolin has occupied various leadership positions with the Conservative Party since 1984.

He joined the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, formerly the North Atlantic Assembly, in 1994. He has served in various positions on the Science and Technology Committee: Special Rapporteur on the Partnership for Peace (1994-1996); Vice-President (1996-2000); President (2000-2004); Principal Rapporteur (2004-2008) and Special Rapporteur – Climate Change (2004-present). He also served on the Bureau of the Assembly as Vice-President – North America (2004-2006) and he is currently Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly Reform Working Group (since 2005) and Treasurer (since 2007).

Parliamentary Address: The Senate of Canada, Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0A4.

Current Member of the following Senate committee(s):Agriculture and Forestry   Foreign Affairs and International Trade   National Security and Defence   Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs