‘Passionate, outspoken’ Ghislain Maltais bids adieu to the Red Chamber
By Neil MossApr. 17, 2019
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Conservative Senator Ghislain Maltais, middle, will retire on April 22. He is pictured with Cuban Ambassador to Canada Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, left, and Cuban Foreign Trade and Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz, right, at a Cuban Embassy reception in November. Photograph courtesy of Freddy Rodriguez Santana
Conservative Senator Ghislain Maltais will retire from the Senate on April 22, which is his 75th birthday—the mandatory retirement age for all Senators.
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