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Carr, Jody, B.B.A. (Oromocto-Gagetown)

CARR, JODY, B.B.A. (Oromocto-Gagetown)

B. Jul. 3, 1975 in Saint John, N.B. S. of Basil Carr (dec.) and Deborah Johnston (Boyce). Ed. at Oromocto H.S. (1993) and Univ. of N.B. (B.B.A., 1998). M. to Krista Barker. Political Career: First elected to the N.B. Leg. g.e. 1999. Re-elected e.g. 2003. Chair, Law Amendment Ctee. Mem: Standing Ctee on Crown Corporations; Standing Ctee on Public Accounts; Standing Ctee on Privileges; Select Ctee on Education; Select Ctee on Health, and Select Ctee on Wood Supply. Chair, Gov't Caucus. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Legislative Bldg., P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-7494, Fax: (506)453-3461 Riding Office: 285 Restigouche Rd., Oromocto, N.B., E2V 2R6, (506)357-3407, Fax: (506)357-7101; Email: [email protected]

CARR, JODY, B.B.A. (Oromocto-Gagetown) Né le 3 juill. 1975 à Saint John, N.-B. Fils de Basil Carr et Deborah Johnston (Boyce). Fit ses études à l'école sec. d'Oromocto (1993) et l'Univ. du N.-B. (B.B.A., 1998). M. à Krista Barker. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. du N.-B. é.g. 1999. Réélu é.g. 2003. Prés., Cté permanent de modification des lois. Mem: Cté permanent des corporations de la couronne; Cté permanent des comptes publics; Cté spécial de l'éducation; Cté spécial de la santé et Cté spécial de l'approvisionnement en bois. Prés. du Caucus du gouv. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice législatif, C.P. 6000, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-7494, Fax: (506)453-3461 Bureau Circonscription: 255, chemin Restigouche, Unité 5, Oromocto, N.-B., E2V 2R6, (506)357-3407, Fax: (506)357-7101; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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