Pana Papas Merchant
|Senator for Saskatchewan|
December 12, 2002
|Appointed by||Jean Chrétien|
April 2, 1943 |
|Children||Evatt, Joshua and Matthew|
|Alma mater||University of Saskatchewan
University of Regina
Pana Pappas Merchant (born April 2, 1943) is a Liberal Senator from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. A teacher and business woman, Mrs. Merchant has played an active role in cultural, political, and advocacy groups in Saskatchewan. Her charitable and volunteer work has been with Canadian Parents for French, Immigrant Women, and the CWL. She is a past Board Member of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (1996–2002); The Mackenzie Art Gallery Volunteers; and the Regina Volunteer centre.
Mrs. Merchant obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan and a Teaching Diploma from the University of Regina. She is fluent in English and Greek and has a good facility in French. She was appointed on December 12, 2002 on the advice of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.
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