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Blackburn, Karl, B.Admin. (Roberval)

BLACKBURN, KARL, B.Admin. (Roberval)

B. Dec. 27, 1967 in Chicoutimi. Ed. at Univ. of Quebec. M. to Annie Tremblay. Four children: Pierre-Karl, Samuel, William and Zacharie. Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 2003. Parl. Asst. to the Min. of Economic and Reg. Development, May 22, 2003 to Mar. 24, 2004. Mem: Ctee on Planning and the Public Domain. Mem: Ctee on Labour and the Economy. Mem: Del. of the Nat'l Assembly for Rel. with the U.S. Mem: Que. Sect., Parl. Confederation of the Americas. Mem: Del. of the Nat'l Assembly for Relations with the French-speaking community of Belgium/Wallonia/Belgium. Parl. Asst. to the Min. of Economic and Reg. Development and Research. Private Career: Gen. Manager of family business. Party: P.L.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045 rue des Parlementaires, RC, Bureau RC.99, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-0707, Fax: (418)641-2685; Riding Office: 797, boul. Saint-Joseph, Ste. 102, Roberval, Qué., G8H 2L4, (418)275-2837, Fax: (418)275-2999; Email: [email protected]


BLACKBURN, KARL, B.Admin. (Roberval) Né le 27 déc. 1967 à Chicoutimi. Fit ses études à l' Univ. du Québec. M. à Annie Tremblay. Quatre enfants: Pierre-Karl, Samuel, William et Zacharie. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nationale du Québec é.g. 2003. Adjoint parlementaire au ministre du Développement économique et régional du 21 mai 2003 au 24 mars 2004. Mem: Comm.de l'aménagement du territoire. Mem: Comm. de l'économie et du travail. Mem: Délégation de l'Assemblée nat. pour les relations avec les États-Unis. Mem Section du Québec, Conf. parl. des Amériques. Mem: Délégation de l'Assemblée nat. pour les relations avec la Communauté française de Belgique/Région wallonne/Belgique. Adjoint parl. au min. du Développement économique et régional et de la Recherche. Carrière privée: Propriétaire, Quincaillerie Blackburn. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, RC, Bureau RC.99, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-0707, Fax: (418)641-2685; Bureau Circonscription: 797, boul. Saint-Joseph, Ste. 102, Roberval, Qué., G8H 2L4, (418)275-2837, Fax: (418)275-2999; Courrier: [email protected]

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