Jurisdiction: Canada Canada

A title given to provincial Lieutenant Governors, Privy Councillors and Senators for life, and to the Speaker of the House of Commons and certain judges while in office. The terms "Honourable Senator," the "Honourable Member for..., " "Honourable colleague" and others are used by Senators and Members of Parliament in their respective chambers as a courtesy, where traditionally they are not allowed to call each other by name. > See Right Honourable.

Source: Glossary of Parliamentary Terms for Intermediate Students, Parliament of Canada