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Peter Harder (politician)
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| name= Peter Harder| birth_name= Senate of Canada>Senator from Ontario(Ottawa)| term_start= March 23, 2016| term_end=| predecessor= | successor=| nominator= Justin Trudeau| appointed= David JohnstonRepresentative of the Government in the Senate (Canada)>Representative of the Government in the Senate| term_start1= March 23, 2016| term_end1=| primeminister1= Justin Trudeau| predecessor1= Claude Carignan (as Leader of the Government in the Senate)| successor1=195225}}| birth_place = Winnipeg, Manitoba| death_date=| death_place=| spouse= | party= Non-affiliated | otherparty=| portfolio=| footnotes=}V. Peter Harder {{postnom|PC}} (born August 25, 1952) is a Canadian former senior civil servant who was named to the Senate of Canada to represent Ontario on March 23, 2016, after the Prime Minister had announced his intention to recommend his appointment on March 18, 2016."Trudeau to appoint seven new senators". The Globe and Mail, March 18, 2016. He serves as Representative of the Government in the Senate."Justin Trudeau names seven new senators". The Toronto Star, March 18, 2016.A longtime senior bureaucrat in the Canadian civil service, he was deputy minister to the Minister of Foreign Affairs when he retired from the civil service in 2007."Senior deputy minister resigns" {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160329000203weblink |date=2016-03-29 }}. canada.com, January 25, 2007. He later became senior policy advisor for Denton's, a Canadian law firm,"Peter Harder's job on Trudeau transition team praised by former bureacrats". Ottawa Citizen, October 21, 2015. and had a key role on Justin Trudeau's transition team following the 2015 election.WEB,weblink Peter Harder's job on Trudeau transition team praised by former bureacrats, Ottawa Citizen, en-US, 2016-03-23, ">

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! Year !! Award !! Notes| 2000| Prime Minister’s Outstanding Achievement Award "Privy Council Office: List of Past Recipients". weblink, February 27, 2015.|| 2002| Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal "The Golden Jubilee Medal Recipients". weblink, March 18, 2016.|| 2012| Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal "The Diamond Jubilee Medal Recipients". weblink, March 18, 2016.|

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