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Bosley, Hon. John William, P.C., B.A.


B. May 4, 1947 in Toronto, Ont. S. of Murray Arthur William Bosley and Mary Elizabeth Veitch. Ed. at Univ. of Toronto and York Univ. M. Oct. 19, 1984 to Nicole Bienvenue Novak. A businessman. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1979. Re-elected g.e. 1980, 1984 and 1988. Cand. g.e. 1993 and def. Sworn to the Privy Council Jun. 30, 1987 (Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney). Elected Speaker of the H. of C., Nov. 5, 1984 and resigned, Oct. 1, 1986. Private Career: Former Dir: St. Lawrence Centre and Council for Cdn Unity. Dir., Royal Commonwealth Soc. Chair, MFC Inc., 1996- . Skelton-Clark Fellow, Queen's Univ., 1997. Mem: University Club and Rosedale Golf Club. Party: Con.Relig.: Ang.

BOSLEY, HON. JOHN WILLIAM,C.P., B.A. Né le 4 mai 1947 à Toronto, Ont. Fils de Murray Arthur William Bosley et Mary Elizabeth Veitch. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de Toronto et l'Univ. York. M. le 19 oct. 1984 à Nicole Bienvenue Novak. Homme d'affaires. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1979. Réélu é.g. 1980, 1984 et 1988. Assermenté au conseil privé le 30 juin 1987 (le Très hon. B. Mulroney). Élu Président de la C. des c. le 5 nov. 1984 et démissionne le 1er oct. 1986. Carrière privée: Ancien dir: St. Lawrence Centre et Conseil pour l'unité can. Dir., Soc. du Commonwealth royal. Prés., MFC Inc. de 1996- . Skelton-Clark Fellow à l'Univ. Queen's en 1997. Mem: Cercle universitaire et Rosedale Golf Club. Parti pol.: Con. Relig.: ang.

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