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Did you know?
Bertha Wilson was the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Canada. She was appointed on March 4, 1982.

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The Parliament of Canada is pleased to offer professional development, classroom activities, and background resources for teachers.
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Tours of Parliament
Free Guided tours of the Centre Block are available daily.
Carillon Concerts
Take in a truly unique musical experience weekdays at noon.

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The Governor General represents the Crown in Canada and therefore plays an important role in the parliamentary process. For information about the Governors General of Canada, please visit the Governors General of Canada section or the Governor General Web site www.gg.ca.

For general enquiries about Canadian government services please visit www.canada.gc.ca.

The main responsibility of the office of the Senate Ethics Office is to advise Senators on how to meet their obligations under the Conflict of Interest Code. For additional information, you can visit our website at www.parl.gc.ca/seo-cse.

Please visit the Office of the Ethics Commissioner’s Web site for details on his mandate, the conflict of interest codes for Members of the House of Commons and Public Office Holders, the public registries and other information.

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What's New on the Site?
(May 1, 2007)
The House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities invites Canadians with disabilities to apply for the 2007 Centennial Flame Research Award. Visit the Committee’s Web site for more information.
(April 16, 2007)
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