The Honourable Marjory LeBreton
Leader of the Government in the Senate
Marjory LeBreton was appointed to the Senate in June 1993 under Prime Minister Mulroney. On February 6, 2006, Ms. LeBreton was appointed Leader of the Government in the Senate and in January 2007 was given additional responsibilities as Secretary of State (Seniors) and as Minister of State (Seniors) in October 2008. Prior to her current functions in the Senate, Ms. LeBreton served as Chief Opposition Whip.
Before her appointment as a Senator, Ms. LeBreton served the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada in various capacities for more than 31 years, including work on the staff of four different leaders including three prime ministers.
Ms. LeBreton's involvement in the community extends well beyond politics. She has been actively engaged in health care and mental health issues and is a past national chairperson of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Ms. LeBreton is married to Douglas.
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