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The Honourable Monique Bégin PC, OC, FRSC, BA, MA, PhD, DSc, msrc Member of Parliament for Saint-Michel In office 1972–1979 Preceded by Victor Forget Succeeded by Thérèse Killens Member of Parliament for Saint-Léonard—Anjou In office 1979–1984 Preceded by first member Succeeded by Alfonso Gagliano Personal details Born March 1, 1936 (1936-03-01) (age 75) Rome, Italy Nationality Canadian Political party Liberal Occupation administrator sociologist Website Parliament of Canada biography Monique Bégin, PC, OC, FRSC (born March 1, 1936) is an academic and former Canadian politician. Begin was born in Rome and raised in France and Portugal before immigrating to Canada at the end of World War II. She received a MA degree in sociology from the Université de Montréal and a PhD degree from the Sorbonne. In 1967, she became executive secretary of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, which published its report in 1970. She won election to the Canadian House of Commons as a Liberal candidate in the 1972 election. Bégin, Albanie Morin and Jeanne Sauvé, all elected in 1972, were the first women ever elected to the House of Commons from Quebec. She was appointed to the Canadian Cabinet by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau as Minister of National Revenue in 1976, and served as Minister of Health and Welfare from 1977 to 1979 and from 1980 to 1984 during which the Canada Health Act was enacted. In 1986, she joined the University of Ottawa and Carleton University as the first joint Ottawa-Carleton Chair of Women's Studies. From 1990 to 1997, she was the University of Ottawa's dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and continues teaching to this day as a professor emeritus. From 1993 to 1995, she also served as co-chair of Ontario's Royal Commission on Learning with Gerald Caplan. In 1997, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. Bégin currently serves as the Treasurer for the International Centre for Migration and Health. Electoral record (partial) 1980 federal election : Saint-Léonard—Anjou edit Party Candidate Votes % +/-      Liberal (x)Monique Bégin 42,228 81.12      New Democratic Party Filippo Salvatore 3,741 7.19      Progressive Conservative Pierre Gauthier 2,972 5.71      Rhinoceros Pierre Guzzo-Céros 1,569 3.01      Social Credit Gaétan Bernard 1,194 2.29      Union Populaire U.P. Nelson Bouchard 260 0.50      Marxist-Leninist Caroline Commandeur-Laloux 91 0.17 Total valid votes 52,055 100.00 Total rejected ballots 607 Turnout 52,662 66.44 Electors on the lists 79,266 Source: Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, Thirty-second General Election, 1980. v · d · eCabinet of Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau (1980-1984) Jack Austin • Lloyd Axworthy • Monique Bégin • Jean-Jacques Blais • Pierre Bussières • Bennett Campbell • Jean Chrétien • Paul Cosgrove • Pierre de Bané • Judy Erola • Francis Fox • Herb Gray • Don Johnston • Serge Joyal • Bob Kaplan • Marc Lalonde • Gilles Lamontagne • Charles Lapointe • Roméo LeBlanc • Ed Lumley • Daniel J. MacDonald • Allan MacEachen • Mark MacGuigan • John Munro • Bud Olson • André Ouellet • Jean-Luc Pépin • Ray Perrault • Yvon Pinard • Gerald Regan • John Roberts • Bill Rompkey • David Smith • Pierre Trudeau • Eugene Whelan v · d · eCabinet of Prime Minister John Turner (1984) Lloyd Axworthy • Monique Bégin • Jean-Jacques Blais • Herb Breau • Rémi Bujold • Charles Caccia • Bennett Campbell • Jean Chrétien • David Collenette • Judy Erola • Ralph Ferguson • Francis Fox • Doug Frith • Herb Gray • Don Johnston • Serge Joyal • Bob Kaplan • Marc Lalonde • Jean Lapierre • Charles Lapointe • Ed Lumley • Allan MacEachen • Roy MacLaren • André Ouellet • Gerald Regan • John Roberts • Bill Rompkey • David Smith • John Turner v · d · e  Ministers of National Revenue Ministers of Customs and Inland Revenue(1918-1921) Sifton · Reid (acting) · Burrell · Wigmore Ministers of Customs and Excise (1921-1927) Wigmore · Baxter · Bureau · Boivin · Stevens · Euler Ministers of National Revenue (1927-present) Euler · Ryckman · Matthews · Lawson · Ilsley · Gibson · MacKinnon (acting) · D. MacLaren · MacKinnon (acting) · McCann · Nowlan · Flemming · Garland · McIlraith · Benson · Chrétien · Côté · Gray · Stanbury · Basford · Cullen · Bégin · Guay · Abbott · Baker · Rompkey · Bussières · R. MacLaren · Beatty · MacKay · Jelinek · Turner · Anderson · Stewart · Dhaliwal · Cauchon · Caplan · Keyes · McCallum · Skelton · O'Connor · Blackburn · Ashfield · Shea Persondata Name Begin, Monique Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 1, 1936 Place of birth Rome, Italy Date of death Place of death