Martha Hall Findlay (born August 17, 1959) is a Canadian businesswoman, entrepreneur, lawyer and politician from Toronto, Ontario, currently serving as president and CEO of the Canada West Foundation. Previously, she was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as the Liberal Party of Canada's candidate in the Toronto riding of Willowdale in a federal by-election held on March 17, 2008, to fill a vacancy created by former Liberal MP Jim Peterson's resignation. She was re-elected in the 2008 general election but lost her seat in the 2011 election.

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  • Martha Hall Findlay, née le 17 août 1959 à Toronto en Ontario, est une avocate canadienne, femme d'affaires et politicienne. Elle était la candidate libérale dans Newmarket—Aurora aux élections fédérales de 2004, perdant par une mince marge contre la candidate conservatrice Belinda Stronach. Elle était la première candidate déclarée pour le prochain congrès d'investiture du Parti libéral pour succéder à Paul Martin. (fr)
  • Martha Hall Findlay (born August 17, 1959) is a Canadian businesswoman, entrepreneur, lawyer and politician from Toronto, Ontario, currently serving as president and CEO of the Canada West Foundation. Previously, she was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as the Liberal Party of Canada's candidate in the Toronto riding of Willowdale in a federal by-election held on March 17, 2008, to fill a vacancy created by former Liberal MP Jim Peterson's resignation. She was re-elected in the 2008 general election but lost her seat in the 2011 election. She had previously been the party's candidate for Newmarket—Aurora in the 2004 federal election, losing narrowly to Conservative candidate Belinda Stronach, and the first declared candidate for the Liberal Party leadership election to succeed Paul Martin in 2006. She was also an unsuccessful candidate in the 2013 leadership race. (en)
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  • Martha Hall Findlay, née le 17 août 1959 à Toronto en Ontario, est une avocate canadienne, femme d'affaires et politicienne. Elle était la candidate libérale dans Newmarket—Aurora aux élections fédérales de 2004, perdant par une mince marge contre la candidate conservatrice Belinda Stronach. Elle était la première candidate déclarée pour le prochain congrès d'investiture du Parti libéral pour succéder à Paul Martin. (fr)
  • Martha Hall Findlay (born August 17, 1959) is a Canadian businesswoman, entrepreneur, lawyer and politician from Toronto, Ontario, currently serving as president and CEO of the Canada West Foundation. Previously, she was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as the Liberal Party of Canada's candidate in the Toronto riding of Willowdale in a federal by-election held on March 17, 2008, to fill a vacancy created by former Liberal MP Jim Peterson's resignation. She was re-elected in the 2008 general election but lost her seat in the 2011 election. (en)
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