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Cenaiko, Harvey (Calgary-Buffalo)

CENAIKO, HARVEY (Calgary-Buffalo)

B. Jul. 15, 1956 in Wakaw, Sask. Ed. at Univ. of Calgary (Certificates in Personnel Management, Human Resource Development and Business Management) and Calgary Police Service. M. to Sherry. Two children: Jason and Justin. Political Career: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Standing Policy Ctee on Justice and Government Services; Select Standing Ctee on Law and Regulations and Select Standing Ctee on Public Accounts. Chair, Ambulance Advisory and Appeal Bd. Chair: Alberta Vehicle Theft Ctee. Mem: Policing Review Ctee and Gov't MLA Ctee Considering a Review of the Labour Relations Code. Private Career: Police officer, Calgary, 1977-2001. Founding Mem., Calgary Regional Health Authority until Mar. 2001. Vice-Pres. and Dir., Calgary Police Ass'n for 12 yrs. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: 637 Legislature Annex, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9573, Fax: (780)415-0951 Riding Office: 130, 1177 - 11 Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta., T2R 1K9, (403)244-7737, Fax: (403)541-9106; Email: [email protected]

CENAIKO, HARVEY (Calgary-Buffalo) Né le 15 juill. 1956 à Wakaw, Sask. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de Calgary (certificats en gestion des ressources humaines, Développement des ressources humaines et Gestion d'affaires) et la police de Calgary. M. à Sherry. Deux enfants: Jason et Justin. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté permanent politique de la Justice et des Services gouvernementaux; Comm. parlementaire des Lois et de règlement et Comm. parlementaire des Comptes publics. Prés., Conseil consultatif sur les Services d'ambulance. Prés., Cté du vol de véhicule de l'Alta. Mem: Cté d'examen de surveillance; et Cté MLA de gouv. à l'examen du Code des rapports du travail. Carrière privée: Agent de police, Calgary, 1977-2001. Mem. fondateur, Services de santé de la région de Calgary jusqu'à mars 2001. Vice-prés. et dir., Assoc. des agents de police de Calgary pendant 12 ans. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse : Bureau Lég.: 637 Annexe de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9573, Fax: (780)415-0951 Bureau Circonscription: 130, 1177 - 11e av. Sud-Ouest, Calgary, Alta., T2R 1K9, (403)244-7737, Fax: (403)541-9106. Courriel: [email protected]

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