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Cashin, Hon. Richard, P.C., O.C.


B. Jan. 5, 1937 in St. John's, Nfld. LL.D. (Hon.): Memorial Univ., Nfld., 1991. A lawyer, politician and union leader. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1962. Re-elected g.e. 1963 and 1965. Cand. g.e. 1968 and def. Sworn to the Privy Council Jul. 1, 1992 (Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney). Private Career: Founder, Nfld. Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union, 1970. Mem., Task Force on Cdn Unity, 1977-79. Mem. of the Bd., Petro-Canada, 1981-84. Mem., Citizens' Forum on Canada's Future, 1990-91. Chair, Fed. Task Force on Incomes and Adjustment in the Atlantic Fishery, 1992-93. Appt'd Officer of the Order of Canada, Apr. 1990. Address: 18 Glenridge Cres., St. John's, Nfld., A1A 1T5, (709)576-0901.

CASHIN, HON. RICHARD, C.P., O.C. Né le 5 janv. 1937 à St-Jean, T.-N. LL.D. (Hon.), l'Univ. Memorial, T.-N., 1991. Avocat, politicien et chef syndical. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1962. Réélu é.g. 1963 et 1965. Cand. é.g. 1968 et déf. Assermenté au conseil privé le 1 juill. 1992 (le Très hon. B. Mulroney). Carrière privée: Fondateur, Nfld. Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union en 1970. Mem., groupe de travail sur l'unité nat., 1977-79. Mem. du conseil d'admin., Petro-Canada, 1981-84. Mem., Forum des citoyens sur l'avenir du Canada, 1990-91. Prés., Groupe de travail féd. sur les revenus et l'adaptation dans les pêcheries de l'Atlantique, 1992-93. Nommé Officier de l'Ordre du Canada en avr. 1990. Adresse: 18, cr. Glenridge, St-Jean, T.-N., A1A 1T5, (709)576-0901.

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