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Carr, Gary, M.B.A. (Halton)

CARR, GARY, M.B.A. (Halton)

B. Aug. 14, 1955 in Toronto, Ont. S. of Joyce and Stewart (dec.). Certificate in Business Administration. M. to Teresa. Three children: Gavin, Lindsay and Makenzie. Political Career: Federal: First elected to the H.of C. g.e. in 2004. Provincial: First elected to the Ont. Leg. g.e. 1990. Re-elected g.e. 1995 and 1999. Former Deputy House Leader of the P.C. Party. Appt'd Parl. Ass't to the Solicitor General and to the Min. of Correctional Services, Jul. 12, 1995. Elected Speaker of the Leg. Assembly, Oct. 20, 1999. Private Career: A businessman involved in Business Administration and Sales Management in the transportation industry. Played professional hockey in the farm system of the Boston Bruins and Quebec Nordiques for 5 yrs. Mem., Toronto Marlboros, 1975 Memorial Cup champion. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0A6, (613)996-7046, Fax: (613)992-0851. Email: [email protected]

CARR, GARY, M.B.A. (Halton) Né le 14 août 1955 à Toronto, Ont. Fils de Joyce et Stewart (déc.). Diplôme de l'administration commerciale. M. à Teresa. Trois enfants: Gavin, Lindsay et Makenzie. Carrière politique: Fédérale: Élu pour la première fois a la C. des c. é.g. 2004. Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Ont. é.g. 1990. Réélu é.g. 1995 et 1999. Ancien Leader parlementaire suppléant du Parti P.C. Nommé Adj. parl. au Solliciteur général et au min. des Services correctionnels le 12 juill. 1995. Élu Président de l'Assemblée légis. le 20 oct. 1999. Carrière privée: Administrateur des affaires et dir. commercial dans l'industrie des transports. Il a joué au hockey professionnel au sein d'un réseau d'équipes-écoles des Bruins de Boston et des Nordiques de Québec pendant 5 ans. Il a fait parti de l'équipe des champions de la coupe Mémorial de 1975, Toronto Marlboros. Parti pol.: Conservateur Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)996-7046, Fax: (613)992-0851. Courriel: [email protected]

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