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The Hon. Lorna Marsden, C.M., O.Ont.

Date of Birth (yyyy-mm-dd):  1942-03-06

Place of Birth:  Sidney, British Columbia, Canada

Profession | Occupation:  professor of sociology

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 3,143 days (8 years, 7 months, 8 days)

Senate

Senatorial Division Political Affiliation at Nomination Term Appointed on the advice of
Toronto-Taddle Creek
Resigned
Liberal Party of Canada 1984-01-24 - 1992-08-31 Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Liberal Party of Canada 1984-01-24 - 1992-08-31
Committees - Senate

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
Special Committee on Aboriginal Issues Member 32nd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1984-06-20 - 1984-07-09)
Subcommittee on Child Benefits of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Chair 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1985-02-13 - 1985-12-18)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Chair 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Subcommittee on Child Care of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Vice-Chair 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1987-04-05 - 1988-07-12)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Vice-Chair 34th Parliament, 3rd Session
(1991-10-23 - 1992-10-06)
Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 34th Parliament, 3rd Session
(1991-05-13 - 1993-09-08)
Special Committee on Youth Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Special Committee on Youth Member 32nd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1983-12-07 - 1984-07-09)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01)
Standing Committee on Transport and Communications Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Member 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01)
Special Committee on National Defence Member 34th Parliament, 1st Session
(1988-12-12 - 1989-02-28)
Committees - Joint

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 Joint Committee on the Library of Parliament Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-03-04)

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.

Age and opinions on a government program of medical aid. Journal of Gerontology,. 27:95-101 1972

After 1984; controlling the agenda. The Canadian Forum. 64:6(4pgs) Jan. 1985

The air we perceive: a study of attitudes toward air pollution in Toronto for the York-Toronto Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association. [Toronto?]: s.n.]; 141 leaves. 1974

Sorokin's dilemma: sociology and public policy development. Saskatoon, Sask.: University of Saskatchewan; 24 p. 1989

Public library needs in the east end of Toronto / prepared for the Toronto Public Library Board. Toronto: Information Consultants; vi, 182 p. 1975

Is Canada becoming overpopulated? changes in our population distribution and balance pose urgent questions. Canadian Geographical Journal. 89:40-47 November 1974

Canadian population concerns / edited by Lorna R. Marsden and Edward B. Harvey. Toronto: Population Research Foundation; ix, 153 p. c1977

Equality of Educational Access Reconsidered: The Postsecondary Case in Ontario. Interchange. 2(4):11-26 1971

Equal pay for work of equal value. [Ottawa]: [Advisory Council of the Status of Women]; 23, [1] leaves. 1976

Identifying Sex Stereotypes: Some Considerations for Teachers Using the New Ministry Guidelines. Interchange on Educational Policy. 10(2):20-24 1979-80

Social and economic debates on the impact of microelectronics in Canada: a report to the Task Force on Micro-Electronics and Employment / Lorna R. Marsden ; with the assistance of John Blakely. [S.l.: L.R. Marsden]; 117, 6 leaves. 1982

Liberalism in international issues. De Novo. 2(4):3-4 Autumn 1987

Population probe. Toronto: Copp Clark Pub. Co.; xvii, 179 p. c1972

Social and economic debates on the impact of microelectronics in Canada: a report to the Task Force on Micro-Electronics and Employment. [s.l.]: [L.R. Marsden]; 117, 6 leaves. 1982

Technological change in Ontario: the questions of innovation and control in the small office. Kingston, Ont.: Studies in Communication and Information Technology, Queensì University; 26 p. 1987

Le libéralisme et les questions internationales. De Novo. 2(4):2 Autumn 1987

Higher education: moving on in a positive climate. In: Searching for the new liberalism: perspectives, policies, prospects / edited by Howard Aster & Thomas S. Axworthy. Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press; p. [147]-162. c2002

Le Parti libéral et le Parlement. In: Les Années Trudeau: la recherche d'une société juste / sous la direction de Thomas S. Axworthy et Pierre Elliott Trudeau. [Montréal]: Le Jour; p. 281-302. c1990

New machines in small offices: gender, technology and communication. Canadian Journal of Communication. 15(3-4):18-30 Sept./Dec. 1990

Lives of their own: the individualization of women's lives. Toronto: Oxford University Press; 218 p. 1990

The recession, women's work, and social welfare in Canada. [Vancouver, B.C.]: University of British Columbia Centre for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations; 19 p. 1992

Intellectuals and Public Policy: The Case for Open Borders. Society = Societe. 12(3):3-11 October 1988

Report of the North York family formation study. Toronto: 58, [53] leaves. 1975

London-Woodstock noise survey. [London, Ont.?: s.n.; 91 leaves. 1973]

Canada's women university presidents: social change in Canada. [London, England: Canadian High Commission, Canada House; ii, 30p. 2004?]

Lifelong learning: crossing generations and cultures. Education Canada. 40(2):4-7 Summer 2000

Family formation in a new land: Dutch, Portuguese, and West Indian women in Toronto. 170 leaves. [1975]

The Party and Parliament: participatory democracy in the Trudeay years. In: Towards a just society: the Trudeau years / edited by Thomas S. Axworthy, Pierre Elliott Trudeau ; translations into English by Patricia Claxton. Markham, Ont.: Viking; p. 262-281. 1990

Institutions and individuals: institutions must develop formal procedures to guard against abuse of various kinds by individuals, but for the most part it will be peer and community pressures that will save the day. Scholarly Publishing. 24(4):218 July 1993

Fragile federation: social change in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson; xiii, 242 p. : c1979

The impact of the academic revolution on faculty careers. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education; vii, 73 p. 1973

Timing and presence: gettting women's issues on the trade agenda. Rev. version. Toronto: Gender, Science and Development Programme, International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study; 19 leaves. 1992

Adjusting to the Future: Some Ideas for Educators. School Guidance Worker. 40(3):30-33 June 1985

The migrant wife: the worst of all worlds. Journal of Business Ethics. 4:205-13 June 1985

Feminist influence through the Senate: the case of divorce, 1967. Atlantis. 14 (2):72 Spring 1989

The Honourable Lorna Marsden, Senator : interview / conducted by Tom Earle. Ottawa: Library of Parliament; 67 p. [1992?]

Doctors who teach: an influence on health delivery in Ontario. Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Princeton University; 245 leaves [1972, c1973]

Municipal solid waste recycling: the attitudes of fifty key individuals / by E.B. Harvey and L.R. Marsden in cooperation with Peter Middleton and Associates Limited. [Toronto]: Pollution Probe Foundation; 49, 8 p. 1974?

Power within a Profession: Medicine in Ontario. Sociology of Work and Occupations. 4(1):3-26 February 1977

The Senate report on child poverty [Introduction and excerpts from chapters two, three and four]. Canadian Woman Studies. 12(4):72-3 Summer 1992

Family formation in a new land: Dutch, Portuguese, and West Indian women in Toronto. Toronto: Research Branch, Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Service; 170 p. 1975

Women and management: a sosiological perspective. In: Women and management in libraries / Lorna R. Marsden and Sherrill Cheda. [Toronto]: University of Toronto Library & Information Science Alumni Association; iii, [43] p. 1984

The Labour Force is an ideological structure : a guiding note to the labour economists. Atlantis. 7(1):57-64 Fall 1981

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 3,143 days (8 years, 7 months, 8 days)

Senate

Senatorial Division Political Affiliation at Nomination Term Appointed on the advice of
Toronto-Taddle Creek
Resigned
Liberal Party of Canada 1984-01-24 - 1992-08-31 Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Liberal Party of Canada 1984-01-24 - 1992-08-31
Committees - Senate

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
Special Committee on Aboriginal Issues Member 32nd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1984-06-20 - 1984-07-09)
Subcommittee on Child Benefits of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Chair 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1985-02-13 - 1985-12-18)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Chair 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Subcommittee on Child Care of the Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Vice-Chair 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1987-04-05 - 1988-07-12)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Vice-Chair 34th Parliament, 3rd Session
(1991-10-23 - 1992-10-06)
Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 34th Parliament, 3rd Session
(1991-05-13 - 1993-09-08)
Special Committee on Youth Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Special Committee on Youth Member 32nd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1983-12-07 - 1984-07-09)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-08-28)
Standing Committee on National Finance Member 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01)
Standing Committee on Transport and Communications Member 34th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1989-04-03 - 1991-05-12)
Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology Member 33rd Parliament, 2nd Session
(1986-09-30 - 1988-10-01)
Special Committee on National Defence Member 34th Parliament, 1st Session
(1988-12-12 - 1989-02-28)
Committees - Joint

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 Joint Committee on the Library of Parliament Member 33rd Parliament, 1st Session
(1984-11-05 - 1986-03-04)

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.

Age and opinions on a government program of medical aid. Journal of Gerontology,. 27:95-101 1972

After 1984; controlling the agenda. The Canadian Forum. 64:6(4pgs) Jan. 1985

The air we perceive: a study of attitudes toward air pollution in Toronto for the York-Toronto Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association. [Toronto?]: s.n.]; 141 leaves. 1974

Sorokin's dilemma: sociology and public policy development. Saskatoon, Sask.: University of Saskatchewan; 24 p. 1989

Public library needs in the east end of Toronto / prepared for the Toronto Public Library Board. Toronto: Information Consultants; vi, 182 p. 1975

Is Canada becoming overpopulated? changes in our population distribution and balance pose urgent questions. Canadian Geographical Journal. 89:40-47 November 1974

Canadian population concerns / edited by Lorna R. Marsden and Edward B. Harvey. Toronto: Population Research Foundation; ix, 153 p. c1977

Equality of Educational Access Reconsidered: The Postsecondary Case in Ontario. Interchange. 2(4):11-26 1971

Equal pay for work of equal value. [Ottawa]: [Advisory Council of the Status of Women]; 23, [1] leaves. 1976

Identifying Sex Stereotypes: Some Considerations for Teachers Using the New Ministry Guidelines. Interchange on Educational Policy. 10(2):20-24 1979-80

Social and economic debates on the impact of microelectronics in Canada: a report to the Task Force on Micro-Electronics and Employment / Lorna R. Marsden ; with the assistance of John Blakely. [S.l.: L.R. Marsden]; 117, 6 leaves. 1982

Liberalism in international issues. De Novo. 2(4):3-4 Autumn 1987

Population probe. Toronto: Copp Clark Pub. Co.; xvii, 179 p. c1972

Social and economic debates on the impact of microelectronics in Canada: a report to the Task Force on Micro-Electronics and Employment. [s.l.]: [L.R. Marsden]; 117, 6 leaves. 1982

Technological change in Ontario: the questions of innovation and control in the small office. Kingston, Ont.: Studies in Communication and Information Technology, Queensì University; 26 p. 1987

Le libéralisme et les questions internationales. De Novo. 2(4):2 Autumn 1987

Higher education: moving on in a positive climate. In: Searching for the new liberalism: perspectives, policies, prospects / edited by Howard Aster & Thomas S. Axworthy. Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press; p. [147]-162. c2002

Le Parti libéral et le Parlement. In: Les Années Trudeau: la recherche d'une société juste / sous la direction de Thomas S. Axworthy et Pierre Elliott Trudeau. [Montréal]: Le Jour; p. 281-302. c1990

New machines in small offices: gender, technology and communication. Canadian Journal of Communication. 15(3-4):18-30 Sept./Dec. 1990

Lives of their own: the individualization of women's lives. Toronto: Oxford University Press; 218 p. 1990

The recession, women's work, and social welfare in Canada. [Vancouver, B.C.]: University of British Columbia Centre for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations; 19 p. 1992

Intellectuals and Public Policy: The Case for Open Borders. Society = Societe. 12(3):3-11 October 1988

Report of the North York family formation study. Toronto: 58, [53] leaves. 1975

London-Woodstock noise survey. [London, Ont.?: s.n.; 91 leaves. 1973]

Canada's women university presidents: social change in Canada. [London, England: Canadian High Commission, Canada House; ii, 30p. 2004?]

Lifelong learning: crossing generations and cultures. Education Canada. 40(2):4-7 Summer 2000

Family formation in a new land: Dutch, Portuguese, and West Indian women in Toronto. 170 leaves. [1975]

The Party and Parliament: participatory democracy in the Trudeay years. In: Towards a just society: the Trudeau years / edited by Thomas S. Axworthy, Pierre Elliott Trudeau ; translations into English by Patricia Claxton. Markham, Ont.: Viking; p. 262-281. 1990

Institutions and individuals: institutions must develop formal procedures to guard against abuse of various kinds by individuals, but for the most part it will be peer and community pressures that will save the day. Scholarly Publishing. 24(4):218 July 1993

Fragile federation: social change in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson; xiii, 242 p. : c1979

The impact of the academic revolution on faculty careers. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education; vii, 73 p. 1973

Timing and presence: gettting women's issues on the trade agenda. Rev. version. Toronto: Gender, Science and Development Programme, International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study; 19 leaves. 1992

Adjusting to the Future: Some Ideas for Educators. School Guidance Worker. 40(3):30-33 June 1985

The migrant wife: the worst of all worlds. Journal of Business Ethics. 4:205-13 June 1985

Feminist influence through the Senate: the case of divorce, 1967. Atlantis. 14 (2):72 Spring 1989

The Honourable Lorna Marsden, Senator : interview / conducted by Tom Earle. Ottawa: Library of Parliament; 67 p. [1992?]

Doctors who teach: an influence on health delivery in Ontario. Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Princeton University; 245 leaves [1972, c1973]

Municipal solid waste recycling: the attitudes of fifty key individuals / by E.B. Harvey and L.R. Marsden in cooperation with Peter Middleton and Associates Limited. [Toronto]: Pollution Probe Foundation; 49, 8 p. 1974?

Power within a Profession: Medicine in Ontario. Sociology of Work and Occupations. 4(1):3-26 February 1977

The Senate report on child poverty [Introduction and excerpts from chapters two, three and four]. Canadian Woman Studies. 12(4):72-3 Summer 1992

Family formation in a new land: Dutch, Portuguese, and West Indian women in Toronto. Toronto: Research Branch, Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Service; 170 p. 1975

Women and management: a sosiological perspective. In: Women and management in libraries / Lorna R. Marsden and Sherrill Cheda. [Toronto]: University of Toronto Library & Information Science Alumni Association; iii, [43] p. 1984

The Labour Force is an ideological structure : a guiding note to the labour economists. Atlantis. 7(1):57-64 Fall 1981