MCDOUGALL, The Hon. Barbara Jean, P.C., O.C., B.A., LL.D., C.F.A.
Picture of MCDOUGALL, The Hon. Barbara Jean, P.C., O.C., B.A., LL.D., C.F.A.
© House of Commons 1988
Date of Birth ( 1937.11.12
Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Chartered financial analyst, government affairs and financial consultant, journalist, writer
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 3338 Days (9 years, 1 month, 21 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (
St. Paul's, Ontario Progressive Conservative 1988.11.21 Elected
St. Paul's, Ontario Progressive Conservative 1984.09.04 Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (
Progressive Conservative 1984.09.04 - 1993.10.24

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian

PortfolioTerm (
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1991.04.21 - 1993.06.24
Minister of Employment and Immigration 1988.03.31 - 1991.04.20
Minister responsible for the Status of Women 1986.06.30 - 1990.02.22

Minister of State / Secretary of State

PortfolioTerm (
Minister of State (Youth) (acting) 1990.01.24 - 1990.02.22
Minister of State (Privatization) 1986.06.30 - 1988.03.30
Minister of State (Finance) 1984.09.17 - 1986.06.29

^ Committees - Cabinet
CommitteeRoleTerm (
Canadian Unity and Constitutional Negotiations Member 1991.04.21 - 1993.01.03
Foreign and Defence Policy Chair 1991.04.21 - 1993.06.24
Economic Policy Member 1989.01.30 - 1991.04.20
Human Resources, Income Support and Health Vice-Chair 1989.01.30 - 1991.04.20
Operations Member 1989.01.30 - 1991.04.20
Security and Intelligence Member 1989.01.30 - 1993.06.24

Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

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^ Sole Author Chapters in Books

  • Introduction.
    In: Making a difference?: Canada's foreign policy in a changing world order / edited by John English & Norman Hillmer. Toronto : Lester Publishing; c1992. p. ix-xvi

  • Towards the promotion and protection of human rights.
    In: International Human Rights Law: theory and practice. Edited by Irwin Cotler and F.Pearl Eliadis. Montreal : Canadian Human Rights Foundation = Fondation canadienne des droits de la personne; 1992. p. 23-40.


  • Canada and the new internationalism.
    Canadian Foreign Policy. 1(1):1-6 Winter 1992 .

  • Drilling Funds: The Write-offs Are Sweet, the Pitfalls Tricky.
    Canadian Business. Toronto : 51(10):120 Oct. 1978.

  • Government funding denied.
    Maclean's. 100(9):5 2/23/87.

  • Meeting the challenge of the new world order.
    International Journal. 47(3):463-78 Summer 1992 .

  • Toronto. Violence in Kosovo, Yugoslavia.
    World Press Review. p. 4 Sept. 1, 1998.

^ Multiple Authors Articles

  • A roundtable on Sept. 11. Segal, Hugh, Tom Kent, Barbara McDougall, Ron Daniels, Peter Dobell, Peter White, Thomas Courchene, Ron Watts, Pierre Marc Johnson, Robert Young, Don Drummond, Gordon Thiessen, and Jean-François Lisée
    Policy Options = Options politiques. 22 (9):37-45 Nov. 2001.

  • The next five years: les cinq prochaines années [Policy Options asked a number of thoughtful and opiniated Canadians what they felt would be and/or should be the important policy issues of the next five years]. White, Bob, Conrad Black, Marcel Côté, Andrew Coyne, Pierre Fortin,Mark Kingwell, Stephen Harper, Tasha Kheiriddin, Thomas Lemieux, Judith Maxwell, Barbara McDougall, Marcella Munro, David Bercuson, John Richards, Sherri Torjman, Jim Standord .....
    Policy Options = Options politiques. 20 (1):6-11 Jan./Feb. 1999.

  • Refugees: do they have a fair chance in Canada? (two opposing arguments about refugee protection). McDougall, Barbara and David Matas
    Chatelaine. 62(9):40 (2) Sept. 1989.

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