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Bloy, Harry (Burquitlam)

BLOY, HARRY (Burquitlam)

B. Apr. 19, 1946 in Sudbury, Ont. S. of Robert Bloy and Agnes Johnson. Ed. at Ryerson Polytechnical Inst. (Marketing Diploma, 1969). M. Jul. 23, 1977 to Anita Callow. Two children: Jeremy and Katie. Political Career: First elected to the B.C. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Gov't Caucus Ctee on the Economy; Select Standing Ctee on Public Accounts and Select Standing Ctee on Finance and Gov't Services. Deputy Chair: Select Standing Ctee on Crown Corps, Select Leg. Initiatives. Caucus Liaison: Skills Development, and Labour. Private Career: Pres. and Partner of a chain of convenience stores, 1978-96. Pres., telecommunication firm, 1998-2001. Party: B.C. Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 201, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., V8V 1X4, (250)387-2765, Fax: (250)387-9104 Riding Office: 526 Clarke Rd., Unit E, Coquitlam, B.C., V3J 3X5, (604)933-2077, Fax: (604)933-2082; Email: [email protected]


BLOY, HARRY (Burquitlam) Né le 19 avr. 1946 à Sudbury, Ont. Fils de Robert Bloy et Agnes Johnson. Fit ses études à Ryerson Polytechnical Inst. (Diplôme de marketing, 1969). M. le 23 juill. 1977 à Anita Callow. Deux enfants: Jeremy et Katie. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la C.-B. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté du Caucus gouv. de l'économie; Cté permanent spécial des comptes publics et Cté permanent spécial des finances et des services gouv. Prés. adjoint, Cté permanent spécial gouv. des Corporations de la Couronne; Cté permanent spécial gouv. des Initiatives lég.; Liaison du Caucus: Développement des habiletés et travail. Carrière privée: Prés. et associé d'une chaîne d'épiceries de dépannage, 1978-96. Prés. d'une entreprise de télécommunications, 1998-2001. Parti pol.: B.C. Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Bureau 201, Hôtel du Parlement, Victoria, C.-B., V8V 1X4, (250)387-2765, Fax: (250)356-6176 Bureau Circonscription: 526, chemin Clarke, Unité E, Coquitlam, C.-B., V3J 3X5, (604)933-2077, Fax: (604)933-2082. Courriel: [email protected]

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