Rosa Galvez, originally from Peru, is one of Canada’s leading experts in pollution control and its effect on human health. She has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from McGill University and has been a professor at Université Laval à Québec since 1994, heading the Civil and Water Engineering Department from 2010 to 2016. She specializes in water and soil decontamination, waste management and residues, and environmental impact and risk assessment.
Throughout her career, she has been requested by private, governmental and community organisations to offer expert advice. She has also advised a number of international organisations including on Canada-US and Quebec-Vermont agreements regarding the protection of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River. She also conducted an important study on the catastrophic oil spill at Lac-Mégantic.
Senator Galvez is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and Engineers Without Borders. Her research has led her around the world to countries such as France, Italy, Belgium, Japan and China.
Senator Galvez was appointed to the Senate on December 6, 2016, representing Québec (Bedford). She lives in Quebec with her partner, Luke, and has three children, Virginie, Lydia and Francisco.
Interventions in the Senate Chamber
United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 25), December 1 to 3, 2019--Report Tabled
|2020.10.02 – 11:51|
Gathering of the Parliamentary Network on Climate Change, August 8-9, 2019--Report Tabled
|2020.10.02 – 11:50|
COVID-19 Response Measures Bill
|2020.10.02 – 11:38|
question period — Employment and Social Development
|2020.10.02 – 09:43|
question period — Finance
Income and Wealth Inequality
|2020.10.02 – 09:40|
There are no votes for the current session