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REID, Scott, B.A., M.A.
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Current Member of The House of Commons - Lanark--Frontenac--Lennox and Addington, Ontario
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1964.01.25
Place of Birth: Hull, Quebec, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Author, historian, journalist
Contact Information
Language Preference: English, French
^ Parliamentary Address
Telephone: 613-947-2277
Fax: 613-947-2278
E-Mail: scott.reid@parl.gc.ca
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6
^ Constituency Address
Telephone: 613-257-8130 Fax: 613-257-4371
224 Bridge Street (Main Office)
Carleton Place, Ontario
K7C 3G9
Telephone: 613-267-8239 Fax: 613-267-7398
105 Dufferin Square, Unit 1
Perth, Ontario
K7H 3A5
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 5136 Days (14 years, 22 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Lanark--Frontenac--Lennox and Addington, Ontario Conservative 2011.05.02 Elected
Lanark--Frontenac--Lennox and Addington, Ontario Conservative 2008.10.14 Elected
Lanark--Frontenac--Lennox and Addington, Ontario Conservative 2006.01.23 Elected
Lanark--Frontenac--Lennox and Addington, Ontario Conservative 2004.06.28 Elected
Lanark--Carleton, Ontario Maiden speech. Canadian Alliance 2000.11.27 Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Conservative 2003.12.23 -
Canadian Alliance 2000.11.27 - 2003.12.22

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Deputy Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 2006.03.06 -

House Leader

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Conservative Party Deputy House Leader 2006.03.06 -

Critic

Area of ResponsibilityTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Electoral Reform 2005.06.20 - 2006.02.05
Democratic Renewal 2005.05.17 - 2006.02.05
Democratic Reform 2004.10.05 - 2005.05.16
Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario 2004.07.22 - 2005.06.19
Intergovernmental Affairs 2004.03.22 - 2004.07.21
Official Languages 2004.03.22 - 2004.07.21
Francophonie 2004.01.22 - 2004.03.21
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 2004.01.22 - 2004.07.21
Entrepreneurs and New Canadians 2004.01.22 - 2004.07.21
Infrastructure 2004.01.22 - 2004.07.21
Privy Council 2004.01.22 - 2004.07.21
National Capital Commission 2002.04.04 - 2004.01.21
Direct Democracy 2001.06.18 - 2003.06.22
Intergovernmental Affairs 2001.01.05 - 2004.01.21

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Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors or omissions, please contact us at the following e-mail address: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca

^ Sole Author Books

  • Canada remapped: how the partition of Quebec will reshape the nation.
    Vancouver : Pulp Press; c1992. xi, 184 p.

  • Decentralization and democracy: lessons for Canada from the world's other federations.
    Calgary, Alta : Reform Party of Canada; 1996. 44 p.

  • Lament for a notion: the life and death of Canada's bilingual dream.
    Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press; 1993. vii, 320 p.

  • Proposed models for a Canadian constitutional convention.
    Calgary, Alta : Reform Party of Canada; 1998. 24 p.

  • The role of the individual actors in history in the thought of Marx, Engels, Plekhanov and Lenin.
    Honours essay (Political Science) -- Carleton University; [1985?].

  • Why Lenin is over-rated: a model for the analysis of the role of individual actors in history.
    Research essay (M.A.) -- Carleton University; 1989. [2] 145 leaves.


Chapters in Books

  • Penumbras for the people: placing judicial supremacy under popular control.
    In: Rethinking the constitution: perspectives on Canadian constitutional reform, interpretation, and theory. Peacock, Anthony A. (ed.). Oxford; Toronto : Oxford University Press; 1996. p. 186-213.

  • The Quebec question: debt division and the rule of law.
    In: After liberalism: essays in search of freedom, virtue, and order. Gairdner, William (ed.). Toronto : Stoddart; 1998. p. 193-212.

  • The substance of reform.
    In: Fixing Canadian democracy / edited by Gordon Gibson. Vancouver : Fraser Institute; 2003. p. 151-7.


Articles

  • 22% solution: Alberta francophones propose a new Senate formula.
    BC Report. 3 (49):9 Aug. 10, 1992.

  • The accidental majoriy: why Quebec always wins.
    Gravitas. 1 (3):11-17 Autumn 1994.

  • After the election, le Déluge.
    Liberty. 7 (3):31-4 Jan. 1994.

  • AGT beats the gun on competition: Unitel readies its Alberta challenge but LD rates are already cut.
    Alberta Report. 19 (29):20 June 28, 1992 .

  • Battle against the boomers: experts see intergenerational war over the pension plan.
    BC Report. 4 (35):12-15 May 3, 1993 .

  • The borders of an independent Quebec: a though experiment.
    The Good Society: a PEGS journal. 7 (1):11-17 Winter 1997.

  • Chronicle of a military defeat: a report charts the failure of bilingualism in the armed forces.
    BC Report. 4 (14):9-10 Dec. 7, 1992.

  • Curbing judicial activism.
    Papers on Parliament. 10 (3):42-56 Winter 1999.

  • Developing a coalition for electoral reform.
    Policy Options = Options politiques. 22 (6):76-7 July/Aug. 2001.

  • Even the bureaucracy is voting no: the capital frets over the transfer of federal jobs.
    Alberta Report. 19 (43):15 Oct. 12, 1992.

  • Fear of free trading: NDP governments oppose a deal with the U.S. and Mexico.
    BC Report. 3 (49):8-9 Aug. 10, 1992.

  • French fact fizzles: despite Ottawa's billions, French is dying out in the West.
    Alberta Report. 20 (7):11 Feb. 1, 1993.

  • French fact fizzles: despite Ottawa's billions, French is dying out in the West.
    BC Report. 4 (23):11 Feb. 8, 1993.

  • Glimpse into the boomer's retirement abyss: as the public pension system slides into insolvency, experts warn of an inter-generational war over its funding.
    Alberta Report. 20 (20):12-16 May 3, 1993 .

  • How national dream becomes national nightmare: Canada's over-regulated and money-losing railways ….
    Alberta Report. 19 (39):24-5 Sept. 14, 1992.

  • Lead us not into temptation.
    Gravitas. 2 (4):11-14 Winter 1995.

  • Let's call the whole thing off: leaders want a moratorium on constitutional talks.
    BC Report. 3 (44):10-11 July 6, 1992.

  • Let's call the whole thing off: Manning, Wells and others demand a moratorium on constitutional talks.
    Alberta Report. 19 (29):12-13 July 6, 1992 .

  • NDP provinces threaten Mexican deal: anti-Americanism fuels B.C. policy.
    Alberta Report. 19 (34):11-12 Aug. 10, 1992.

  • Nobody here but us Canucks: the last census ….
    BC Report. 4 (29):16 Mar. 22, 1993.

  • Nobody here but us Canucks: the last census saw a 10-fold increase in those of `Canadian' ancestry.
    Alberta Report. 20 (13):10 Mar. 15, 1993.

  • Nothing very nasty about NAFTA.
    Alberta Report. 19 (36):8-9 Aug. 24, 1992.

  • One million Aboriginals and climbing: ... a surge in self-identified Indians.
    BC Report. 4 (34):18-19 Apr. 26, 1993.

  • Pilfering a page from the RPC.
    BC Report. 3 (46):18 July 20, 1992.

  • Preparing for round two: free-trade opponents stand firm against NAFTA.
    BC Report. 3 (51):11 Aug. 24, 1992.

  • The road to electoral reform.
    Canadian Parliamentary Review. 28 (3):4-8 Autumn 2005 .

  • Senator of their own: Alberta francophones hurl a wrench into the premiers' plan.
    Alberta Report. 19 (34):13 Aug. 10, 1992.

  • Should we end prohibition?.
    Policy Options = Options politiques. 22:6-17 Oct. 2001.

  • Smokes, but no peace pipe.
    Liberty. 4 (2):33-35ff Nov. 1990.

  • Steel-rail blues: Canada's unprofitable railways have a lot in common with airlines.
    BC Report. 4 (2):27 Sept. 14, 1992.

  • Suddenly Canada has a million Aboriginals: prospects of treaty benefits may explain the abrupt 41% surge in self-identified Indians.
    Alberta Report. 20:12-13 Apr. 26, 1993.

  • This time they might actually cut: the federal Tories move to head off the RPC ….
    Alberta Report. 19 (32):9 July 27, 1992 .

  • Tools for taxpayers.
    Liberty. 9 (1):35-40 Sept. 1995.

  • The unravelling of Canada.
    Liberty. 5 (1):39-42ff Sept. 1991.

  • La voie vers la réforme électorale.
    Revue parlementaire canadienne. 28 (3):4-8 automne 2005 .

  • Vote no to save Ottawa jobs: capital frets over the accord's proposed transfer of powers..
    BC Report. 4 (6):16 Oct. 12, 1992.


^ Multiple Authors Articles

  • Constructing an alternative to Canada's natural governing party (a.k.a the Liberal Party of Canada). Spector, Norman, Scott Reid and Guy Laforest
    Inroads; a journal of opinion. no. 10:29-44 2001.


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