SenatorÂ George Baker, the longest continuously-serving Parliamentarian, is calling it quits this week. The Newfoundland Senator, who sat with the Senate Liberal caucus, turned 75 on Sept. 4, the age of mandatory retirement. With 43 straight years in Parliament (28 as an MP, the remaining 15 as a Senator), he was, until his retirement this week, the Parliamentarian with the most years of continuous service, according to Library of Parliament statistics. Now that heâ€™s out of the Senate, thereâ€™s
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