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Allmand, Warren


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    • William Warren
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    • found: His The prevention and control ... 1975:t.p. (Hon. Warren Allmand, Solicitor General of Canada)
    • found: Is there a future for progressive policies in Canada?, [1997]:cover (Warren Allmand)
    • found: Globe and mail, 18 December 2016, online, viewed 2 March 2017(Warren Allmand, a politician and human rights advocate who championed myriad causes but may be best remembered for his successful effort to abolish capital punishment, died in Montreal on Dec. 7 after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in February; born William Warren Allmand, Sept. 19, 1932, in Montreal; studied economics at St. Francis Xavier University and went to law school at McGill University, being admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1958; ran successfully for the Liberal Party in nine consecutive federal elections to represent the Montreal riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce; became a city councillor in 2005, seven years after leaving federal politics; after politics, joined the International Centre for Human Rights and International Development (also known as Rights and Democracy), the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group and the World Federalist Movement; named a member of the Order of Canada in 2000)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 2 March 2017:Warren Allmand (William Warren Allmand, PC OC QC; Canadian Member of Parliament, Montreal city councillor, and human rights activist; born September 19, 1932, Montreal; graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in 1954 with a degree in economics and studied civil law at McGill University; represented the Montreal riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce for the Liberal Party from 1965 to 1997, serving in cabinet under Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau as Solicitor General from 1972 to 1976, as Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development from 1976 to 1977, and as Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs from 1977 to 1979; served as president of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development from 1997 to 2002 and as president of the World Federalist Movement-Canada from 2004 to 2016; appointed Queen's Counsel in 1977, received the World Federalist Movement-Canada World Peace Award in 1990, and made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2000; died December 7, 2016, Montreal)
    • found: Canada. Governor General. Honours Recipients database, viewed 2 March 2017(W. Warren Allmand, P.C., O.C., Q.C., B.C.L., LL.D.; Montréal, Quebec; Officer of the Order of Canada, awarded on April 27, 2000, invested on February 28, 2001; He has distinguished himself as a politician and a leader in international human rights. A man of integrity, he has served his country with dedication for over forty years in various capacities. He was a Member of Parliament, Minister of the Crown including Solicitor General and Opposition critic. Throughout his career, he has been deeply committed to democracy and the pursuit of justice and fundamental freedoms. He continues to work for the betterment of society as President of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; deceased on December 7, 2016)
    • found: Amicus database, 2 March 2017(authorized access point (1007G1516): Allmand, Warren; variant access points: Allmand, Warren, 1932- , Allmand, W.)
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