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In 1995, Dianne Haskett refused to issue a Gay Pride Proclamation on the basis that she'd previously formulated a policy of declining controversial proclamations.

London City Council also declined to issue the Gay Pride Proclamation by a vote of 13-5 (Mayor Haskett abstained from voting).

Haskett was born and raised in London's Kensal Park district north of Springbank Drive, a descendant of the pioneer Haskett family, one of the early Irish Protestant settlers in London and area, dating back to 1818. From 1991-1994, Haskett was a member of London's elected board of control on city council.

from the University of Western Ontario in 1977, her LL. from the London School of Economics in 1979 and a second LLM from The George Washington University Law School in 2005.

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She was re-elected in 1997 with a landslide victory.

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Richard Hudler, president of the Homophile Association of London, Ontario (HALO), filed an official complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Commission in 1995, a tribunal of which ultimately determined in 1997 after a three-day public hearing that the City of London and Mayor Haskett had discriminated against HALO in the provision of a municipal service.

Dianne Louise Haskett (born March 4, 1955) was mayor of London, Ontario, Canada, from 1994 to 2000. She has also studied law at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies at Cambridge University, England.

She served two, three-year mayoral terms, making a priority of downtown revitalization, heritage preservation, economic development, neighbourhood protection, protecting the environment, international relations, trade corridors' infrastructure, family values and anti-poverty initiatives. She later founded her own law firm, Haskett Menear & Associates, which grew to include seven lawyers.