Archive for January, 2012

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January 2, 2012

Tom Lukiwski is the Member of Parliament for Regina – Lumsden – Lake Centre, Saskatchewan.  He is a member of the Conservative Party, and this is his 4th term in Parliament.

Currently he is a member of the Procedure and House Affairs committee.  He also serves as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.

Before entering politics he was a successful small business owner.  One of his favorite hobbies away from politics is golf.  He and his wife Diane have two sons, Tyler and Ryland.

As we pray for him, let’s ask that God would bless him as an MP, as a father, and as a husband.  Pray that he would be able to balance these three roles.  Pray that he would represent the interests of his riding and the province of Saskatchewan.  Pray that God would bless his family and this would be a time of strengthening for them.

You can learn more about Tom Lukiwski on his official website.

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Hon. Rose-Marie Losier-Cool

January 1, 2012

The Honourable 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 Fisheries and Oceans and Official Languages. 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.