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MARTIN, The Right Hon. Paul Joseph James, P.C., C.C., Q.C., M.A., LL.M., Hon. LL.D., Hon. DCL, Hon. D.Humanities
Picture of MARTIN, The Right Hon. Paul Joseph James, P.C., C.C., Q.C., M.A., LL.M., Hon. LL.D., Hon. DCL, Hon. D.Humanities
© House of Commons 1966
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1903.06.23
Place of Birth: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Deceased Date (yyyy.mm.dd): 1992.09.14 (89 years old)
Profession | Occupation: Barrister, diplomat, lawyer, lecturer
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 14262 Days (39 years, 17 days)
^ Senate
Senatorial DivisionPolitical Affiliation at NominationTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)Appointed on the advice of
Windsor-Walkerville, Ontario Resigned Liberal 1968.04.20 - 1974.10.30 Trudeau, Pierre Elliott
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Essex East, Ontario Resignation. Liberal 1965.11.08 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1963.04.08 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1962.06.18 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1958.03.31 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1957.06.10 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1953.08.10 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1949.06.27 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1945.06.11 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1940.03.26 Elected
Essex East, Ontario Liberal 1935.10.14 Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Liberal 1935.10.14 - 1974.10.30

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Minister

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Minister Without Portfolio 1968.04.20 - 1969.03.31
Secretary of State for External Affairs 1963.04.22 - 1968.04.19
Minister of Labour (acting) 1950.08.02 - 1950.08.06
Minister of National Health and Welfare 1948.11.15 - 1957.06.20
Minister of National Health and Welfare 1946.12.12 - 1948.11.14
Secretary of State of Canada 1945.04.18 - 1946.12.11

Parliamentary Secretary

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour 1943.05.07 - 1945.04.16

Leader of the Government in the Senate

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leader of the Government in the Senate Left the Cabinet August 8, 1974; appointed High Commissioner to the U.K., effective January 1, 1975; resigned from the Senate October 30, 1974. 1969.04.01 - 1974.08.07

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Liberal Party of Canada

RoleTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leadership Candidate 1968.04.06 - 1968.04.06
Leadership Candidate 1958.01.16 - 1958.01.16
Family Ties in Parliament
RelativeNameDate of BirthDate of Death
Son Martin, Paul Edgar Philippe
(M.P.)
1938.08.28
Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

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^ Sole Author Books

  • A very public life .
    Ottawa : Deneau; 1983-. 2 v.

  • Canada and the quest for peace.
    New York : Columbia University Press; Vancouver; Toronto, Copp Clark, 1967, 1967. xi, 93 p.

  • Canada reviews old age security .
    Ottawa : E. Cloutier; [1950?]. 15 p.

  • Citizenship and the people's world: the Canadian Citizenship Act of 1946.
    Ottawa : Roundtable on Citizenship; 1992. 20 l.

  • Comments on the role of the Senate in the last session.
    Ottawa? : s.n.; 1969. 8 p.

  • Federalism and international relations.
    Ottawa : Queen's Printer; 1968. 56 p

  • Fédéralisme et relationsé internationales.
    Ottawa : Impr. de la Reine; 1968. 61 p.

  • Labour's post-war world .
    Toronto : Canadian Institute of International Affairs and Canadian Association for Adult Education; 1945. 40 p.

  • Paul Martin speaks for Canada: a selection of speeches on foreign policy, 1964-67.
    Toronto : McClelland and Stewart; [c1967]. 158 p.

  • Paul Martin: the London diaries, 1975-1979 / edited and with an introduction by William R. Young.
    Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press; c1988. xxiii, 622 p.


Chapters in Books

  • The American impact on Canada.
    In: The star-spangled beaver / edited by John H. Redekop. [Toronto : Peter Martin Associates ; [1971]. p. 25-35

  • Citizenship and the people's world.
    In: Belonging: the meaning and future of Canadian citizenship / edited by William Kaplan. Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press; 1993. p. [64]-78

  • Co-existence or friendly relations?: the Canadian approach.
    In: Law, foreign policy and the the East-West détente / edited by Edward McWhinney. [Toronto] : University of Toronto Press; c1964. p. [46]-58.

  • Food relief discussions at the UN Assembly.
    In: Canada and the United Nations / by W.L. Mackenzie King ... [et al.]. Toronto : Canadian Institute of International Affairs; [1947?]. p. [4-9]

  • Foreword. Joan Magee
    In: Magee, Joan. A Scandinavian heritage: 200 years of Scandinavian presence in the Windsor-Detroit border region. Toronto : Dundurn Press; 1985. 128 p.

  • King: the view from the Backbench and the Cabinet Table.
    In: Mackenzie King: widening the debate / edited by John English, J. O. Stubbs. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada; c1977. p. 30-39


Articles

  • A Canadian opinion.
    NATO's Fifteen Nations. 10:11-13 Apr./May 1965.

  • A truly Canadian policy.
    External Affairs. 20:8-14 Jan.1968.

  • Canada and collective security.
    External Affairs. 20:197-204 Apr. 1968.

  • Canada and the Atlantic Alliance.
    Atlantic Community Quarterly. 3:251-3 Summer 1965.

  • Canada and the Atlantic community.
    External Affairs. 17:123-8 Apr. 1965.

  • Canada and Vietnam.
    External Affairs. 18:306-13 July 1966.

  • Canada, Cuba and the OAS.
    External Affairs. 16:405-7 Aug. 1964.

  • Canada's hopes for the world in 1967.
    External Affairs. 19:46-7 Feb. 1967.

  • Canada-US Committee on Joint Defence.
    External Affairs. 16:342-4 July 1964.

  • Canada-US Permanent Joint Board on Defence: 25th anniversary.
    External Affairs. 18:394-88 Sept. 1965.

  • Canadian Senators visit Czechoslovakia. Report to the Senate, June 19, 1969.
    External Affairs. 21:310-14 July 1969.

  • Ending the arms race.
    External Affairs. 400-404 Oct. 1967.

  • Facts about Vietnam.
    External Affairs. 17:260-77 July 1965.

  • Financing United Nations peacekeeping operations.
    External Affairs. 15:277-8 July 1963.

  • Food relief discussion at the UN assembly.
    International Journal. 2:96-101 Spring 1947.

  • Gandhi looks ahead. (interview).
    Newsweek. 95:46(2) Jan. 21, 1980.

  • The issue of sanctions against Rhodesia.
    External Affairs. 18:224-29 May 1966.

  • NATO's value to Canada.
    Atlantic Community Quarterly. 5:177-86 Summer 1967.

  • Peace diplomacy.
    External Affairs. 16:306-11 July 1964.

  • Peacekeeping and the United Nations: the broader view.
    International Affairs (London). 40:191-204 Apr. 1964.

  • Peace-keeping and the United Nations: the broader view.
    International Affairs. 40(2):191-204 April 1964.

  • Planting new Jewish roots. (School of Jewish Studies).
    Newsweek. 95:52 Apr. 7, 1980.

  • Post-War Reconstruction lines of approach.
    Quarterly Review of Commerce (pre-1986). 9(2):135 (10 pgs) 1942.

  • Renewed effort to work for closer relations outside Canada.
    Monetary Times. 132:8-10 Jan. 1964.

  • The role of the Canadian Parliament in the formulation of foreign policy.
    The Parliamentarian. 50:259-66 Oct. 1969.

  • The Senate plays a vital role in nation's business .
    Ottawa Journal. [2] leaves. [1973].

  • The situation in Cyprus.
    External Affairs. 19:535-6 Dec.1967.

  • Some improvisations in United Nations peacekeeping.
    External Affairs. 16:373-7 Aug. 1964.

  • The United Nations at the crossroads.
    External Affairs. 17:167-73 May 1965.

  • Vietnam.
    External Affairs. 20:190-4 Apr. 1968.

  • Vietnam.
    External Affairs. 19:154-64 May 1967.

  • Why we invest in foreign aid.
    Canadian Business. 38:46-7 May 1965.


^ Sole Editor / Compiler / Translator Books

  • A lifetime of public service: a brief biographical sketch of Mackenzie King / edited and published by Paul Martin.
    Ottawa : Paul Martin; 1945. 47p.


^ Multiple Authors Books

  • The Senate of Canada: its record and future challenge: speeches. Martin, Paul and Earl A. Hastings.
    Ottawa : Queen's Printer; 1969. 14 leaves.


Articles

  • Halting steps to withdrawal. (Israel's troops in Beirut). Eric Silver
    Maclean's. 96:16(2) Jan. 10, 1983.


Oral History Project

  • The Honourable Paul Martin on the subject of the Right Honourable Roland Michener : interview / conducted by Peter Stursberg.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament ; [1992?]. 16 p.

  • Interview of the Hon. Paul Martin conducted November 28, 1972 / by Peter Stursberg.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament; 1972. 45 leaves

  • Interview of the Hon. Paul Martin conducted September 30, 1976 and October 24, 1977 / by Peter Stursberg.
    Ottawa : Library of Parliament; [1976-1977?]. 2 pts.

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