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Claudette Tardif (born July 27, 1947) is a Canadian senator from Alberta. She was appointed to the senate by Prime Minister Paul Martin on March 24, 2005, representing the Liberal Party of Canada.

Prior to entering the Senate she was a professor and dean at the University of Alberta's French-language faculty, Faculté Saint-Jean. Tardif is also a longstanding advocate of minority language rights, particularly for Alberta's francophone minority.

On January 18, 2007, she was named Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate.

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Parliament of Canada
Preceded by
Douglas Roche
Senator Alberta
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Joan Fraser
Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
2007 - present
Succeeded by


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