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Richard Doyle (politician)

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Appointed by  Brian Mulroney
Resigned  1998
Died  April 9, 2003
Role  Journalist
Name  Richard Doyle

Born  March 10, 1923 Toronto, Ontario (1923-03-10)
Political party  Progressive Conservative
Committees  Chair, Standing Committee of Selection (1991-1993)
Party  Progressive Conservative Party of Canada

Richard (Dic) James Doyle, (March 10, 1923 – April 9, 2003) was a Canadian journalist, editor, and Senator.

Born in Toronto, Ontario, he served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II, and retired in 1945 with the rank of Flying Officer.

He joined The Globe and Mail in 1951, becoming editor in 1963 and Editor-in-chief in 1978. He was succeeded by Norman Webster in 1983.

He is the author of two books: The Royal Story and Hurly-Burly: A Time at the Globe.

He was appointed to the Senate in 1985 representing the senatorial division of North York, Ontario and sat as a Progressive Conservative until his mandatory retirement when he turned 75.

In 1983, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. He was made a member of the Canadian News Hall of Fame in 1990.


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