Archive for October, 2009


Inky Mark

October 31, 2009

Inky Mark is the MP for Dauphin—Swan River—Marquette, Manitoba.  He is a member of the Conservative Party, and this is his fifth term in Parliament.

Inky was born in China November 17, 1947. His previous profession was a real estate agent, educator and restaurateur. His wife is Lynda Mark.

Let us pray for Mr. Mark, for his riding that he represents, his time at work and his time at home; that he will have much physical and mental rest, so that he will be able to represent his constituency and the work he does for the committees with passion and with diligence.

If you would like to know more about Inky, click out his official website.


Frank Mahovlich

October 30, 2009


Mr. Frank Mahovlich was appointed to the Senate in 1998 and sits as a member of the Liberal Caucus representing Toronto, Ontario.  A recipient of the Order of Canada for his accomplishments in hockey, both as a player and as an ambassador for the sport, Mr. Mahovlich is a well-loved figure in our nation.

Frank is married to Marie Devaney Mahovlich and together they have raised three children: Michael, Nancy and Edward.

Mr. Mahovlich sits on two Senate Committees: Agriculture and Forestry and also Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

Let us pray for Frank Mahovlich that he might encounter wise people who will give him good counsel on every level.  May the Lord bless him as a patriarch in his family and use him to bring blessing to everyone in the next generations.



Luc Malo

October 29, 2009


Mr. Luc Malo is the Member of Parliament for Verchères-Les Patriotes in Quebec, a region north and west of Longueuil on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River.  He is a member of the Bloc-Québécois caucus and this is his second term serving this area of the nation.

Mr. Malo is a member of the Health Committee and of the Subcommittee on Neurological Disease of the Standing Committee on Health.

Let us pray for Luc Malo that he will have the wisdom to represent his constituents well and be a force that God can use to bring blessing.  May he have godly counsellors and good relationships with his colleagues on Parliament Hill.



Gurbax Malhi

October 28, 2009


The Honourable Gurbax Malhi is the Liberal Member of Parliament for Bramalea-Gore-Malton.  This is the 6th term that he is representing that constituency in the northwestern suburbs of Toronto.

Originally a business man who worked in real estate he received the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2002 for his contributions to Canadian society.

He sits on the Library of Parliament committee.

Mr. Malhi is married to Devinder and they have a son and a daughter.

Let us pray for Gurbax Malhi that he would be a great blessing to his community and represent them well.  Pray that he would be a great father and husband and have the time to spend with them in his busy life.

You can learn more about Mr. Malhi on his personal website.


Michael L. MacDonald

October 22, 2009


Michael L. MacDonald was appointed to the Senate at the beginning of 2009 and sits as a member of the Conservative Caucus.  He represents the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia.

Mr. MacDonald comes from a background in business but has also served as a Parliamentary Assistant to two cabinet ministers and to the Premier of Nova Scotia.

He sits on two Senate Committees, – Fisheries and Oceans, and Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration.

He currently lives in Dartmouth with his wife and two teenage sons.

Let’s pray for Mr. MacDonald that he will first of all be a great husband and father, despite the pressures of travel and responsibilities.  May the Lord bring wise counsellors around his life to encourage and help him.


Sandra M. Lovelace Nicholas

October 21, 2009


Ms. Sandra Lovelace Nicholas was appointed as a Senator in 2005 and represents the province of New Brunswick.  A recipient of the Order of Canada she is a champion for Aboriginal Women’s rights.  She is herself a Maliseet woman from the Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick and fought for equal rights under the Constituition of Canada.

She is a mother of 4 and who studied at St. Thomas University.

Ms. Lovelace Nicholas sits on the Senate Committees for Aboriginal Peoples and also Agriculture and Forestry.

Let us pray for her as she continues to work for equality rights among our First Nations peoples.  May she have the ability to be a great mother as well as an excellent representative in the Senate for her region.


Rose-Marie Losier-Cool

October 20, 2009


Ms. Rose-Marie Losier-Cool was appointed to the Senate to represent the region of Tracacdie, New Brunswick in 1995 and sits as a member of the Liberal Caucus.  She was its Deputy Speaker from November 17, 1999, to October 7, 2002, and the very first woman to be its Chief Government Whip from January 15, 2004 to January 23, 2006. On April 6, 2006, she was re-elected Deputy Speaker. In the Senate, she has also chaired the Standing Committee on Official Languages and the Standing Committee of Selection, and has been a member of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Standing Committee on Human Rights.

Currently Ms. Losier-Cool sits on the Committees for Official Languages and also Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament.

She has a strong background in education, status of women, and also Francophone culture issues.

Let us pray for her that she will be a wonderful bridge-builder between the two founding cultures of our land and that she will have the wisdom and strength to bring collaboration in the Upper Chamber.

You can learn more about Senator Losier-Cool on her official website.