Infobox CanadianMP | name= Wendy Lill
birth_date=birth date and age |1950|11|02
Wendy Lill (born
2 November 1950) is a Canadian playwrightand politician.
Born in Vancouver,
British Columbia, Lill was a New Democratic Party Member of Parliamentfor Dartmouth from 1997 to 2004, serving as the party's critic for media, communications, human rights, persons with disabilities and Canadian Heritage.
Lill did not stand for re-election in the 2004 election.
* "The Fighting Days" (1985)
* "The Occupation of Heather Rose" (1987)
* "Sisters" (1991)
* "All Fall Down" (1994)
* "The Glace Bay Miner's Museum" (1996)
* "Corker" (1999)
* "Memories of You" (2003)
* "Chimera" (2007)
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