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Chataway, John, B.A. (Chester-St. Margaret's)

CHATAWAY, JOHN, B.A. (Chester-St. Margaret's)

B. Mar. 3, 1947 in Fort Erie, Ont. S. of Clifton Chataway and Phyllis Woollcombe. Ed. at Wilfred Laurier Univ. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the N.S. Leg. g.e. 1999. Reelected g.e. 2003. Appt'd Min. of Housing and Municipal Affairs, Min. of Human Resources and Min. resp. for the administration of Part II of the Gaming Control Act, Aug. 13, 1999. Resigned as Min. of Housing and Municipal Affairs, Sept. 23, 1999. Appt'd Min. of the Environment, Jan. 4, 2000. Resigned his portfolio, Jan. 4, 2001 upon doctor's advice. Municipal: Councillor for 14 yrs and Deputy Warden, Municipality of Chester. Private Career: Teacher for 29 yrs. Chair, Chester Municipal Heritage Soc. Dir., Church Memorial Park. Founding Dir., Lighthouse Food Bank. Past Dir., Shoreham Village. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Centennial Bldg., Suite 805, 1645 Granville St., Halifax, N.S., B3J 1X3, (902)424-2731, Fax: (902)424-7484 Riding Office: #76, Hwy. 3, General Delivery, Hubbards, N.S., B0J 1T0, (902)857-5646, Fax: (902)857-5648; Email: [email protected]; [email protected]

CHATAWAY, JOHN, B.A. (Chester-St. Margaret's) Né le 3 mars 1947à Fort Erie, Ont. Fils de Clifton Chataway et Phyllis Woollcombe. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Wilfred Laurier.Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée légis. de la N.-É. é.g. 1999. Réélu é.g. 2003. Nommé min. de l'Habitation et des Affaires municipales, min. des Ressources humaines et min. resp. de l'administration de la Loi sur les jeux de chance (partie II) le 13 août 1999. Démissionne de ses fonctions de min. de l'Habitation et des Affaires municipales le 23 sept. 1999. Nommé min. de l'Environnement le 4 janv. 2000. Démissionne son portefeuille le 4 janv. 2001 suivant avis de son médecin. Municipale: Conseiller pendant 14 ans et gouverneur suppléant, municipalité de Chester.Carrière privée: Enseignant pendant 29 ans. Prés., Soc. de l'héritage municipal de Chester. Dir., Church Memorial Park. Dir. fondateur, Lighthouse Food Bank. Ancien dir., Shoreham Village. Parti pol.: P.C.Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice du Centenaire, Pièce 805, 1645, rue Granville, Halifax, N.-É., B3J 1X3, (902)424-2731, Fax: (902)424-7484 Bureau Circonscription: #76, Hwy. 3, Livraison générale, Hubbards, N.-É., B0J 1T0, (902)857-5646, Fax: (902)857-5648; Courriel: [email protected]; [email protected].

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