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Lee Glen Morrison

Date of Birth (yyyy-mm-dd):  1932-03-06

Place of Birth:  Vidora, Saskatchewan, Canada

Profession | Occupation:  geologist, farmer, geological engineer

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 2,590 days (7 years, 1 month, 3 days)

House of Commons

Constituency Political Affiliation at Election Date of Election Result
Cypress Hills--Grasslands Reform Party 1997-06-02 Elected
Swift Current--Maple Creek--Assiniboia Reform Party 1993-10-25 Elected

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 - 2000-03-26
Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance 2000-03-27 - 2000-11-26

Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian

Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Transport Transport 1997-06-20 - 1999-10-07
Assistant / Associate Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Foreign Affairs 1996-06 - 1997-06-01
Transport Transport 2000-08-01 - 2000-10
Natural Resources Natural Resources 1995-01-12 - 1995-06
Energy, Mines and Resources Natural Resources 1994-09 - 1995-01-11
Committees - House of Commons

Committee membership is shown below by session. All members who served on a committee at any time during a session are listed.

Committee Role Term
Standing Committee on Transport Member 36th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1999-10-12 - 2000-10-22)
Standing Committee on Transport Vice-Chair 36th Parliament, 1st Session
(1997-09-22 - 1999-09-18)
Subcommittee on Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-03-01 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Standing Committee on Natural Resources Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)

Selected Publications

The following is a select bibliography, representing key titles or contributions from the parliamentarian’s collection of published works. To learn more about this parliamentarian’s written works please consult a library near you.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors please contact us via e-mail at: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(4):17 Feb. 18, 2002

The old party turns it back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

The old party turns it back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). Edmonton: 29(10) 21 May 13, 2002

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

What happened to NAFTA?. Western Producer. 81(35):8 Aug. 28, 2003.

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day [pro-Kyoto Protocol demonstration]. Citizens Centre Report. 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29(4):17 Feb. 18, 2002

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. Report Newsmagazine (British Columiba Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report / Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(21):46 Nov. 5, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(10):21 May 13, 2002

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demans coal-fired and nuclear power. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demands coal-fired and nuclear power. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28 (17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day. The Report Newsmagazine (Alberta edition). Edmonton: 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003.

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(4):17 Feb.18, 2002

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demans coal-fired and nuclear power. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(10):21 May 13, 2002

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (21):46 Nov. 5, 2001

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it.(Brief Article). The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (12):52 June 11, 2001

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28(17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

Before you give Suzuki a dime, you're already subsidizing his hot air theories. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29(19):33 Oct. 7, 2002

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

The old party turns its back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29 (8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

There are no sound reasons to attack Iraq, and good reasons not to. The Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29 (21):13 Nov. 4, 2002

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28 (12):52 June 11, 2001

There are no sound reasons to attack Iraq, and good reasons not to. Citizens Centre Report. Edmonton: 29( 21):13 Nov. 4, 2002

Gun-control spending defies Parliament's rule. Citizens Centre Report. 30(7):29 Mar. 31, 2003

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(21):46 Nov.5 , 2001

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

Before you give Suzuki a dime, you're already subsidizing his hot air theories. The Report Newsmagazine. (Alberta edition). 29(19):33 Oct. 7, 2002

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28 (12)52 June 11, 2001

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day (Kyoto protest in Lethbridge Alberta). The Report/Newsmagazine (National Edition). 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 2,590 days (7 years, 1 month, 3 days)

House of Commons

Constituency Political Affiliation at Election Date of Election Result
Cypress Hills--Grasslands Reform Party 1997-06-02 Elected
Swift Current--Maple Creek--Assiniboia Reform Party 1993-10-25 Elected

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 - 2000-03-26
Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance 2000-03-27 - 2000-11-26

Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian

Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Transport Transport 1997-06-20 - 1999-10-07
Assistant / Associate Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Foreign Affairs 1996-06 - 1997-06-01
Transport Transport 2000-08-01 - 2000-10
Natural Resources Natural Resources 1995-01-12 - 1995-06
Energy, Mines and Resources Natural Resources 1994-09 - 1995-01-11
Committees - House of Commons

Committee membership is shown below by session. All members who served on a committee at any time during a session are listed.

Committee Role Term
Standing Committee on Transport Member 36th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1999-10-12 - 2000-10-22)
Standing Committee on Transport Vice-Chair 36th Parliament, 1st Session
(1997-09-22 - 1999-09-18)
Subcommittee on Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-03-01 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Standing Committee on Natural Resources Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)

Selected Publications

The following is a select bibliography, representing key titles or contributions from the parliamentarian’s collection of published works. To learn more about this parliamentarian’s written works please consult a library near you.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors please contact us via e-mail at: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(4):17 Feb. 18, 2002

The old party turns it back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

The old party turns it back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). Edmonton: 29(10) 21 May 13, 2002

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

What happened to NAFTA?. Western Producer. 81(35):8 Aug. 28, 2003.

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day [pro-Kyoto Protocol demonstration]. Citizens Centre Report. 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29(4):17 Feb. 18, 2002

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. Report Newsmagazine (British Columiba Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report / Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(21):46 Nov. 5, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29(10):21 May 13, 2002

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demans coal-fired and nuclear power. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demands coal-fired and nuclear power. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28 (17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day. The Report Newsmagazine (Alberta edition). Edmonton: 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003.

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

Harper's the only one who might save the ship. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(4):17 Feb.18, 2002

We're insane to burn gas for electricity: our future demans coal-fired and nuclear power. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(3):33 Feb. 5, 2001

The traitors have returned to the Alliance, but traitors they will remain. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 29(10):21 May 13, 2002

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (21):46 Nov. 5, 2001

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it.(Brief Article). The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (12):52 June 11, 2001

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28(17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

Before you give Suzuki a dime, you're already subsidizing his hot air theories. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29(19):33 Oct. 7, 2002

Any hope of a Canadian political renaissance has been set back for a generation. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28(17):13 Sept. 10, 2001

The old party turns its back on Stockwell Day. Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 29 (8):11 Apr. 15, 2002

There are no sound reasons to attack Iraq, and good reasons not to. The Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 29 (21):13 Nov. 4, 2002

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it. Report Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition). 28 (12):52 June 11, 2001

There are no sound reasons to attack Iraq, and good reasons not to. Citizens Centre Report. Edmonton: 29( 21):13 Nov. 4, 2002

Gun-control spending defies Parliament's rule. Citizens Centre Report. 30(7):29 Mar. 31, 2003

If the world really is getting warmer, humanity should learn to adapt. The Report Newsmagazine (National Edition). 28 (6):30 Mar. 19, 2001

Flying the friendly skies with Big Brother. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(21):46 Nov.5 , 2001

Lessons to contemplate as we spend four more years in political purgatory. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28(1):15 Jan. 1, 2001

Before you give Suzuki a dime, you're already subsidizing his hot air theories. The Report Newsmagazine. (Alberta edition). 29(19):33 Oct. 7, 2002

Let's stop being hysterical, shall we, and start selling water to those who need it. Report Newsmagazine (British Columbia Edition). 28 (12)52 June 11, 2001

A sad little rally on a bright prairie winter day (Kyoto protest in Lethbridge Alberta). The Report/Newsmagazine (National Edition). 30(1):23 Jan. 6, 2003