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Bowie, Hon. Eric A., Q.C., B.B.A., B.C.L.


B. Nov. 12, 1936 in Glasgow, Scotland. S. of Anthony Bowie and Elizabeth Gray. Ed. at Univ. of N.B. (B.B.A., 1964; B.C.L., 1966). M. Aug. 21, 1965 to Marilynn Sue Williston. Two children: Bruce and Beth. Private Career: Admitted to the Bar of Ont., 1968. Appt'd Law Clerk to the Hon. G.A. Gale, C.J.O., 1968-69. Practised with Harries, Houser, Brown and McCallum, 1969-70. Canada Dept. of Justice: Counsel, 1970-76; Dir. of Tax Litigation, 1976-78; Dir. of Tax and Civil Litigation, 1978-81; Chief General Counsel, 1981-87; Ass't Deputy Attorney General - Civil Litigation, 1987-92 and Associate Deputy Minister of Justice - Litigation, 1992-95. Appt'd Judge of the Tax Court of Can., 1995. Appt'd Q.C., 1981. Mem: Caledon Lake Racing Comm.; Albany Club of Toronto; Advocates' Soc.; Canadian Judges' Conference; Canadian Inst. for the Administration of Justice; Int'l Comm. of Jurists (Cdn section) and Osgoode Soc. Address: Tax Court of Canada, 200 Kent St., Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.

BOWIE, HON. ERIC A., C.R., B.B.A., B.C.L. Né le 12 nov. 1936 à Glasgow, Écosse. Fils d'Anthony Bowie et Elizabeth Gray. Fit ses études à l'Univ. du N.-B. (B.B.A., 1964; B.C.L., 1966). M. le 21 août 1965 à Marilynn Sue Williston. Deux enfants: Bruce et Beth. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau de l'Ont. en 1968. Nommé légiste à l'hon. G.A. Gale, C.J.O., 1968-69. Exerce la profession d'avocat chez Harries, Houser, Brown et McCallum, 1969-70. Ministère de la Justice du Canada: conseiller, 1970-76; dir. de litige fiscal, 1976-78; dir. de litige civil et fiscal, 1978-81; conseiller en chef, 1981-87; sous-procureur général adj. - litige civil, 1987-92 et sous-ministre associé de la justice - litige, 1992-95. Nommé juge à la Cour can. de l'impôt en 1995. Nommé C.R. en 1981. Mem: Comm. de courses du Lac Caledon; Albany Club de Toronto; Soc. des avocats; Conférence des juges du Can.; Inst. can. de l'administration de la justice; Comm. int. des juristes (division can.) et Osgoode Soc. Adresse: Cour candienne de l'impôt, 200, rue Kent, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.

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