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The Hon. Stanley Charles Waters

Date of Birth (yyyy-mm-dd):  1920-06-14

Place of Birth:  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Deceased Date (yyyy-mm-dd):  1991-09-25 (71 years old)

Profession | Occupation:  soldier, businessman

Notes: First senator to be elected by a province and appointed by the Prime Minister.

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 472 days (1 year, 3 months, 16 days)

Senate

Senatorial Division Political Affiliation at Nomination Term Appointed on the advice of
Alberta Reform Party of Canada 1990-06-11 - 1991-09-25 Martin Brian Mulroney

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1990-06-11 - 1991-09-25

Military Service

Military Organization Function Term (yyyy-mm-dd)
King's Own Calgary Regiment

Was commissioned in 1942 and fought in Southern Italy and Anzio. Attained rank of Major.
Private 1941 - 1945
1st Canadian Infantry Brigade Commander   -  
Canadian Forces (Army)

Retired with the rank of Lieutenant General in 1975.
Commander 1973 - 1975
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Commander   -  
Canadian Army

Served in a wide range of command and staff appointments including commander to Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and the 1st Canadian Infantry Brigade in Calgary.
Military 1945 - 1968
1st Canadian Parachute Battalion

Fought in Northwest Europe in 1945.
Military 1945 - 1945
Canadian Forces (Army)

Served on UN peacekeeping assignments and NATO duties in Europe.
Military 1968 - 1973

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 472 days (1 year, 3 months, 16 days)

Senate

Senatorial Division Political Affiliation at Nomination Term Appointed on the advice of
Alberta Reform Party of Canada 1990-06-11 - 1991-09-25 Martin Brian Mulroney

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1990-06-11 - 1991-09-25

Military Service

Military Organization Function Term (yyyy-mm-dd)
King's Own Calgary Regiment

Was commissioned in 1942 and fought in Southern Italy and Anzio. Attained rank of Major.
Private 1941 - 1945
1st Canadian Infantry Brigade Commander   -  
Canadian Forces (Army)

Retired with the rank of Lieutenant General in 1975.
Commander 1973 - 1975
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Commander   -  
Canadian Army

Served in a wide range of command and staff appointments including commander to Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and the 1st Canadian Infantry Brigade in Calgary.
Military 1945 - 1968
1st Canadian Parachute Battalion

Fought in Northwest Europe in 1945.
Military 1945 - 1945
Canadian Forces (Army)

Served on UN peacekeeping assignments and NATO duties in Europe.
Military 1968 - 1973