Senator Diane Griffin

Senator Diane F. Griffin

What we do in our individual homes and communities is going to be significant for the conservation of Canada’s natural resources.

Biography

Senator Diane Griffin worked in land conservation in both her career and volunteer activity. She was the Natural Areas Coordinator in Alberta for eight years before moving back home to work for the Prince Edward Island Nature Trust. Other career steps included serving as the PEI Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Environment and as the PEI Program Director for the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

Mrs. Griffin served on national boards and advisory groups such as Nature Canada, Birds Studies Canada, Wildlife Habitat Canada and the National Round Table on the Environment and Economy as well as the Environmental Advisory Council.

Senator Griffin was on the Town of Stratford Council for 13 years and sees municipalities as key players in reducing Canada’s carbon footprint.

Speeches 

Rouge National Urban - Park Act Parks Canada Agency Act - Canada National Parks Act

Bill to Amend—Third Reading—Debate Continued

June 06, 2017

National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Bill

Bill to Amend—Second Reading—Debate Continued

May 18, 2017

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