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Carney, Hon. Patricia, P.C., B.A., M.A., F.R.A.I.C. (British Columbia)

CARNEY,HON.PATRICIA,P.C.,B.A., M.A.,F.R.A.I.C. (British Columbia)

B. May 26, 1935 in Shanghai, China. Dau. of John James Carney and Dora May Sanders. Ed. at Univ. of B.C. (B.A. - Economics and Political Science, 1960; M.A. - Regional Planning, 1977). LL.D.(Hon.): Univ. of B.C., 1989 and British Columbia Open Univ., 1991. M. Sept. 6, 1998 to Paul
S. White. Two children (from a previous marriage): John Patrick Dickson and Jane Reid. An economist. Political Career: Cand. to the H. of C. g.e. 1979 and def. First elected to the H. of C. g.e 1980. Re-elected g.e. 1984. Not a cand. g.e. 1988. Critic for Secretary of State, 1980-81. Critic for Min. of State (Finance), 1981-83. Critic for Min. of Finance, 1983. Critic for Min. of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1984. Sworn to the Privy Council Sept. 17, 1984 (Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney). Appt'd: Min. of Energy, Mines and Resources, Sept. 17, 1984; Min. for Int'l Trade, Jun. 30, 1986 and Pres. of the Treasury Bd., Apr. 1, 1988. Summoned to the Senate Aug. 30, 1990 by Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney. Past Chair, Standing Senate Ctee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources. Mem: Standing Senate Ctee on Foreign Affairs; Standing Senate Ctee on Aboriginal Peoples; Special Ctee on Illegal Drugs and Social Affairs, Science and Technology. Private Career: Mem: Economic Council of Can., 1974-78; Research Advisory Ctee, 1979-81; Cdn Videotex Consultative Ctee, 1979-81; Vancouver Economic Advisory Bd., 1979-81; Int'l Inst. of Communications since 1980; Ass'n of Professional Economists of B.C.; Cdn and American Economics Ass'n and Cdn Inst. of Planners. Adjunct Professor, Univ. of B.C., 1990-99. Fellow, Royal Architects' Inst. of Can. (F.R.A.I.C.), 1989. Author, Trade Secrets: A Memoir, Key Porter Books, 2000. Party: Conservative. Relig.: Ang. Address: Leg. Office: Room 483-S, Centre Block, The Senate, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-1433, Fax: (613)943-1503.


CARNEY, HON. PATRICIA, C.P., B.A., M.A., F.R.A.I.C. (Colombie-Britannique) Née le 26 mai 1935 à Shanghai, Chine. Fille de John James Carney et Dora May Sanders. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de la C.-B. (B.A. - économie politique et sciences politiques, 1960; M.A. - planification régionale, 1977). LL.D.(Hon.): l'Univ. de la C.-B., 1989 et British Columbia Open Univ., 1991. M. le 6 sept. 1998 à Paul S. White. Deux enfants (d'un mariage précédent): John Patrick Dickson et Jane Reid. Économiste. Carrière politique: Cand. à la C. des c. é.g. 1979 et déf. Élue pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1980. Réélue é.g. 1984. Pas cand. é.g. 1988. Porte-parole pour le Secrétaire d'État, 1980-81. Porte-parole pour le min. d'État (Finances), 1981-83. Porte-parole pour le min. des Finances en 1983. Porte-parole pour le min. de l'Énergie, des Mines et des Ressources en 1984. Assermentée au conseil privé le 17 sept. 1984 (le Très hon. B. Mulroney). Nommée: min. de l'Énergie, des Mines et des Ressources le 17 sept. 1984; min. de Commerce int. le 30 juin 1986 et Prés. du Conseil du Trésor le 1er avr. 1988. Nommée au Sénat le 30 août 1990 par le Très hon. B. Mulroney. Ancienne prés., Cté permanent du Sénat de l'Énergie, de l'Environnement et des Ressources naturelles. Mem: Cté permanent du Sénat des Affaires étrangères; Cté permanent du Sénat des Affaires autochtones, Cté spécial sur les Drogues illicites, et Cté des Affaires sociales, de la science et de la technologie. Carrière privée: Mem: Conseil économique du Can., 1974-78; Cté consultatif de recherches, 1979-81; Cté consultatif can. vidéotex, 1979-81; Conseil consultatif économique de Vancouver, 1979-81; Inst. int. des Communications depuis 1980; Assoc. des économistes professionnels de la C.-B.; Assoc. économique can. et américaine et l'Inst. des Planificateurs can. Professeur adj., l'Univ. de la C.-B., 1990-99. Mem. hon., Inst. royal des architectes du Can. en 1989. Auteur, Trade Secrets: A Memoir, Key Porter Books, 2000. Parti pol.: Conservateur. Relig.: ang. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 483-S, Édifice du Centre, Le Sénat, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-1433, Fax: (613)943-1503.

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