HAYS, The Hon. Daniel, P.C., B.A., LL.B.
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Date of Birth ( 1939.04.24
Place of Birth: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Lawyer, rancher
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 8402 Days (23 years, 1 days)
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Senatorial DivisionPolitical Affiliation at NominationTerm ( on the advice of
Calgary, Alberta Resigned Maiden speech. Liberal 1984.06.29 - 2007.06.30 Trudeau, Pierre Elliott
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PartyTerm (
Liberal 1984.06.29 - 2007.06.30

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Speaker of the Senate

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Speaker of the Senate 2001.01.26 - 2006.02.07

Leader of the Government in the Senate

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Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate 1999.10.12 - 2001.01.25

Leader of the Opposition in the Senate

PortfolioTerm (
Leader of the Opposition in the Senate 2006.02.01 - 2007.01.17

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Liberal Party of Canada

RoleTerm (
President 1994.05.01 - 1998.03.21
Family Ties in Parliament
RelativeNameDate of BirthDate of Death
Father Hays, Harry William
(Senator and M.P.)
1909.12.25 1982.05.04
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 Articles

  • The functional adaptability of the modern Senate.
    Parliamentarian. 85(3 Suppl):16-20 August-September 2004.

  • The modern Senate of Canada: a study in functional adaptability.
    Macleod Dixon LLP. [cited May 29, 2006].

  • Modernisation de quelques dispositions constitutionnelles désuètes portant sur le Sénat.
    Revue parlementaire canadienne. 32 (1):21-5 printemps 2009.

  • Updating some antiquated constitutional provisions relating to the Senate.
    Canadian Parliamentary Review. 32 (1):21-5 Spring 2009.


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