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Baird, John, B.A.(Hons.) (Nepean-Carleton)

BAIRD,JOHN,B.A.(Hons.) (Nepean-Carleton)

B. May 26, 1969 in Ottawa, Ont. S. of Gerald Baird and Marianne Collins. Ed. at Queen's Univ. (B.A.(Hons.) - Political Studies, 1992). Political Career: First elected to the Ont. Leg. g.e. 1995. Re-elected g.e. 1999 and 2003. Commissioner: Bd. of Internal Economy. Critic: Francophone Affairs. Critic: Health. Official Opposition Deputy House Leader. Parl. Ass't to the Min. of Labour, Jul. 12, 1995 to 1997. Parl. Ass't to the Chair of the Management Bd. of Cabinet and to the Gov't House Leader, Mar. 1997 to Nov. 1997. Parl. Ass't to the Min. of Finance, Nov. 7, 1997 to 1999. Min. of Community and Social Services (and Min. responsible for Francophone Affairs), Jun. 17, 1999 to Apr. 15, 2002. Min. resp. for Children, Feb. 8, 2001 to Apr. 15, 2002. Appt'd Associate Min. of Francophone Affairs, Chief Gov't Whip and Deputy House Leader, Apr. 15, 2002. Mem. of Cdn delegation of 48th U.N. Gen. Assembly. Private Career: Special Ass't to federal Min. of Communications, 1992-93 and to Min. of External Affairs, 1993. Associate Mem., Royal Cdn Legion. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 416, Legislative Bldg., Queen's Park, Toronto, Ont., M7A 1A8, (416)325-6351, Fax: (416)325-6364 Riding Office: 301 Moodie Dr., Suite 119, Nepean, Ont., K2H 9C4, (613)828-2020, Fax: (613)828-6962; Email: [email protected]

BAIRD, JOHN, B.A.(Hons.) (Nepean-Carleton) Né le 26 mai 1969 à Ottawa, Ont. Fils de Gerald Baird et Marianne Collins. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Queen's (B.A.(Hons.) - études politiques, 1992). Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Ont. é.g. 1995. Réélu é.g. 1999 et 2003. Comm., Commission de régie interne. Porte-parole de l'opposition en matière des Affaires francophones; Porte-parole de l'opposition en matière de la Santé. Leader parl. de l'opposition officielle. Adj. parl. au min. du Travail du 12 juill. 1995 jusqu'à 1997. Adj. parl. au Prés. du Conseil de gestion et au Leader parlementaire du gouv. de mars 1997 jusqu'à nov. 1997. Adj. parl. au min. des Finances du 7 nov. 1997 jusqu'à 1999. Min. des Services sociaux et communautaires (et min. délégué aux Affaires francophones) du 17 juin 1999 au 15 avr. 2002. Min. délégué aux Enfants du 8 fév. 2001 au 15 avr. 2002. Nommé min. associé des Affaires francophones, Whip en chef du gouv. et Leader parlementaire adj. du gouv. le 15 avr. 2002. Mem., délégation can. de la 48ième Assemblée générale des N.-U. Carrière privée: Adj. spécial au min. fédéral des Communications, 1992-93 et au min. des Affaires extérieures en 1993. Mem. associé, Légion royale can. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 251, Édifice législatif, Queen's Park, Toronto, Ont., M7A 1A8, (416)325-7736, Fax: (416)325-7739 Bureau Circonscription: 301, promenade Moodie, Pièce 119, Nepean, Ont., K2H 9C4, (613)828-2020, Fax: (613)828-6962. Courriel: [email protected]

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