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Mark Robert Drouin

Mark Robert Drouin, Canadian government official. Member Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (joint president Canadian branch), Canadian North Atlantic Treaty Organization Parliamentary Association (joint president), Canada-American Parliamentary Group (joint president).

Background

  • Drouin, Mark Robert was born on October 24, 1903 in Quebec City, Quebec. Son of Ulric-Francois and Anita Ross (Cote) Drouin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Quebec Seminary, 1921. Bachelor of Laws, Laval University, 1923, Doctor of Laws, 1960. Doctor of Laws (honorary), University of Ottawa, Ontario, 1959.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Julie. Called to bar of Quebec, 1926, created King’s Counsel, 1942. Speaker of Senate, Canadian Parliament, since 1957. President Le Theatre du Nouveau Monde, Montreal.

      Republican Prime Minister of Canada to Brussels International Exposition, also representative general council meetings Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Barbados, British West Indies California California, 1959. Governor National Theatre School, Canada. Board Governors Dominion Drama Festival, St. Lawrence College of Quebec.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Conservative

    Membership

    Member Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (joint president Canadian branch), Canadian North Atlantic Treaty Organization Parliamentary Association (joint president), Canada-American Parliamentary Group (joint president). Clubs: Garrison, Flying, Royal Quebec Golf, Winter, Cercle Universitaire, Renaissance, Laurentian Fish and Game (Quebec).

    Connections

    • Married Jeanne Grandbois, June 29, 1929.
    • father: Ulric-Francois Drouin
    • mother: Anita Ross (Cote) Drouin
    • spouse: Jeanne Grandbois
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    Born October 24, 1903
    Died October 14, 1963
    (aged 59)
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