"James Colin Ramsey Kenny" is a Canadian Senate/Canadian Senator.

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Kenny received his high school education at Bishop's College School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1966 from Norwich University. In 1967, he received a Public Service Fellowship from the Tuck School of Business.

Kenny's political career began in 1968 when he served as executive director of the Liberal Party of Canada in Ontario. He was on the staff of the Canadian Prime Minister's Office/Prime Minister's Office from 1970 until 1979, and rose to the position of policy advisor and assistant Principal Secretary (Canada)/Principal Secretary to Prime Minister of Canada/Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

Following the Liberal government's defeat in the Canadian federal election, 1979/1979 election, he worked as an executive with Dome Petroleum, until being appointed to the Senate on the recommendation of Trudeau in 1984.

As a member of the Upper House, Kenny has been active in writing anti-smoking legislation and legislation encouraging the use of alternative fuels. He has also represented Canada as a delegate to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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Because they're not getting it.

This area is a huge challenge and we don't talk about it enough. We spend a great deal of time talking about the Windsor-Detroit crossing or other major crossings in Canada and we neglect to talk about some of the other areas that are important and need attention.

I think the Department of Transport should change some of the regulations and I think CATSA should report to the Department of Public Safety not the minister of transport.