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Biographies - Prince Edward Island


Arsenault, J. Wilfred (Evangeline-Miscouche)
Bagnall, James (Montague-Kilmuir)
Ballem, Hon. Jamie, B.B.A. (StanhopeEast Royalty) Minister of Environment and Energy and Attorney General
Bertram, Carolyn (Crapraud—Hazel Grove)
Binns, Hon. Patrick George, B.A., M.A. (Murray RiverGasperaux) Premier, President of the Executive Council and Minister Responsible for Intergovernmental Affairs
Brown, Hon. Philip (Cascumpec-Grand River) Minister of Tourism
Brown, Richard (Charlottetown—Kings Square)
Collins, Wayne (Winsloe—West Royalty)
Currie, Hon. Michael (Georgetown-Baldwin's Road) Minister of Development and Technology
Deighan, Hon. Greg (Wilmot-Summerside) Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Dover, Hon. Mildred, B.A. (Tracadie-Fort Augustus) Minister of Education
Dunn, Cletus, B.Sc. (Alberton-Miminegash)
Ghiz, Robert (Charlottetown—Rochford Square)
Gillan, Hon. Chester, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Parkdale-Belvedere) Minister of Health and Social Services
MacAdam, Hon. Kevin (Morell-Fortune Bay) Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Aquaculture and Forestry
MacAleer, J. Weston, B.A. (Charlottetown-Spring Park)
MacDonald, Helen Mae, L.N.A. (St. Eleanors-Summerside)
MacDonald, Wilbur (Belfast-Pownal Bay)
MacFadyen, Hon. Elmer (SherwoodHillsborough) Minister of Community and Cultural Affairs
MacKenzie, Beth, R.N. (Park Corner-Oyster Bed)
MacKinley, Ronald (North RiverRice Point) Leader of the Official Opposition
McCardle, Fred (Borden—Kinkora)
McKenna, Dr. David (Glen Stewart—Bellevue Cove)
Mooney, Andy (SourisElmira) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Murphy, Hon. Mitchell, B.A., M.Ed. (KensingtonMalpeque) Provincial Treasurer
Rodgerson, Eva Elizabeth (West Point-Bloomfield)
Shea, Hon. Gail Ann Marie (Tignish-Deblois) Minister of Transportation and Public Works

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