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Chamberlain, Hon. Brenda Kay, P.C. (Guelph)


B. Aug. 4, 1952 in Toronto, Ont. Dau. of Bert Borst and Muriel Ostrander. M. Apr. 4, 1972 to David. Three children. Political Career: Federal: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1993. Re-elected g.e. 1997, 2000 and 2004. Parl. Sec. to the Min. of Labour, Jul. 10, 1997 to Sept. 1, 1999. Parl. Sec. to the Pres. Queen's Privy Council, Dec. 2003 to July 2004. Mem: Standing Ctee of Gov't Operations, 1994-96; Standing Ctee on Finance, 1996-97; Standing Ctee on Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities, 1997-99; Standing Ctee on Industry, 1999-2000 and Standing Ctee on Health 2001-2003; Standing Ctee on Government Operations and Standing Ctee on Aboriginal Affairs, Northern Development and Natural Resources, 2003. Chair, Liberal Caucus Ctee on Economic Dev't, 1994-97. Vice-Chair, Canada-Mexico Friendship Group, 1995-97. Chair, Ont. Caucus, 1999-2000. Municipal: Trustee, Wellington County Bd. of Education, 1985-93 and Chair, 1987-90. Private Career: Home daycare owner and operator, 1979-83. Admin. Ass't to family-owned business, 1984-87. Exec. Dir: Wellington County Literacy Council, 1989-93 and Guelph-Wellington Career Educational Council, 1992-93. Co-Chair., Family and Children's Services Fund of Guelph-Wellington County, 1992. Hon. Chair: Women of Distinction Awards, Guelph YWCA, 1995 and Guelph-Wellington Multiple Sclerosis Supercities Walk. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 450, Confederation Bldg., House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)996-4758, Fax: (613)996-9922 Riding Office: 40 Cork St. E., Guelph, Ont., N1H 2W8, (519)837-8276, Fax: (519)837-8443; Email: [email protected]

CHAMBERLAIN, HON. BRENDA KAY, C.P. (Guelph) Née le 4 août 1952 à Toronto, Ont. Fille de Bert Borst et Muriel Ostrander. M. le 4 avr. 1972 à David. Trois enfants. Carrière politique: Fédérale: Élue pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1993. Réélue é.g. 1997, 2000 et 2004. Sec. parl. au min. du Travail du 10 juill. 1997 au 1er sept. 1999. Sec. parl. au Prés. du Conseil privé de déc. 2003 à juill. 2004. Mem: Cté permanent sur les Opérations gouv., 1994-96; Cté permanent des Finances, 1996-97; Cté permanent du Développement des ressources humaines et de la Situation des Personnes handicapées, 1997-99; Cté permanent d'Industrie, 1999-2000; Cté permanent de la Santé, 2001-2003; Cté permanent des Opérations gouvernementales et Cté permanent des Affaires autochtones, du Nord can. et des Ressources naturelles depuis 2003. Prés. du Cté sur le Développement économique du Caucus lib., 1994-97. Vice-prés. du Groupe d'amitié Canada-Mexique, 1995-97. Prés. du Caucus de l'Ont., 1999-2000. Municipale: Mem., comm. scolaire, comté de Wellington, 1985-93 et prés., 1987-90. Carrière privée: Propriétaire et gérant d'une garderie, 1979-83. Adj. administrative d'une entreprise familiale, 1984-87. Dir exéc: Conseil de l'alphabétisation, Wellington, 1989-93 et Conseil de l'éducation professionnelle, Guelph-Wellington, 1989-93. Co-prés., Fonds des Services à la famille et aux enfants du comté de Guelph-Wellington en 1992. Prés. hon: Prix des femmes distinguées, YWCA de Guelph en 1995 et Guelph-Wellington Multiple Sclerosis Supercities Walk. Parti pol.: Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 450, Édifice de la Confédération, Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)996-4758, Fax: (613)996-9922 Bureau Circonscription: 40, rue Cork Est, Guelph, Ont., N1H 2W8, (519)837-8276, Fax: (519)837-8443; Courriel: [email protected]

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