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Rose-Marie Losier-Cool

Assumed office 
March 21, 1995
Appointed by Jean Chrétien

Born June 18, 1937 (1937-06-18) (age 72)
Tracadie, New Brunswick
Political party Liberal

Rose-Marie Losier-Cool (born June 18, 1937) is a Canadian Senator for New Brunswick.

A member of New Brunswick's Acadian community, Losier-Cool worked as a teacher for thirty-three years, two decades of which were spent at École secondaire Népisiguit in Bathurst, New Brunswick.

She was elected the first woman president of the Association des enseignantes et enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick in 1983 and has sat on the board of directors of the Canadian Teachers Federation. She was awarded the Teacher of the Year Award for non-sexist teaching by the government of New Brunswick in 1993. In 1994-95, she was Vice-President of the New Brunswick Advisory Council on the Status of Women.

Losier-Cool was appointed to the Senate on March 21, 1995 on the advice of then Prime Minister of Canada Jean Chrétien and sits as a Liberal. In January 2004, she was appointed Government Whip in the Senate, the first woman ever to hold this role.

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