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Frith, Hon. Douglas Cockburn, P.C., B.Sc.Phm.


B. Mar. 5, 1945 in Brampton, Ont. S. of Edward Archie Frith and Gertrude Iola Cockburn. Ed. at Univ. of Toronto (B.Sc.Phm., 1968). M. Jun. 25, 1993 to June Sutherland. Seven children: Andraya, Sarah and Margaret (from a previous marriage); Daniel, Katelyn, Liam and Anna. A pharmacist. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1980. Re-elected g.e. 1984. Not a cand. g.e. 1988. Sworn to the Privy Council Jun. 30, 1984 (Rt. Hon. P.E. Trudeau). Appt'd: Parl. Sec. to Min. of Nat'l Health and Welfare, Oct. 1, 1980; Min. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Jun. 30, 1984; Official Opposition Critic for Nat'l Health and Welfare, Sept. 1984; Critic for Fitness and Amateur Sport, Feb. 1986 and Critic for Nat'l Defence, Jan. 1987. Private Career: Chair, Hill & Knowlton Canada, 1988-96. Pres., Cdn Motion Picture Ass'n, 1996- . Address: Office: Canadian Motion Picture Assoc., #1603, 22 St. Clair Ave. E., Toronto, Ont., M4T 2S4, Fax: (416)968-1016.

FRITH,HON. DOUGLAS COCKBURN,C.P.,B.Sc.Phm. Né le 5 mars 1945 à Brampton, Ont. Fils d'Edward Archie Frith et Gertrude Iola Cockburn. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de Toronto (B.Sc.Phm. 1968). M. le 25 juin 1993 à June Sutherland. Sept enfants: Andraya, Sarah et Margaret (d'un mariage précédent); Daniel, Katelyn, Liam et Anna. Pharmacien. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1980. Réélu é.g. 1984. Pas cand. é.g. 1988. Assermenté au conseil privé le 30 juin 1984 (le Très hon. P.E. Trudeau). Nommé: Sec. parl. au min. de la Santé nat. et du Bien-être social le 1er oct. 1980; min. des Affaires indiennes et du Nord can. le 30 juin 1984; Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle pour la Santé nat. et le Bien-être social en sept. 1984; Porte-parole pour la Condition physique et le Sport amateur en fév. 1986 et Porte-parole pour la Défense nat. en janv. 1987. Carrière privée: Prés., Hill & Knowlton Canada, 1988-96. Prés., Assoc. can. des films de 1996- . Adresse: Bureau: Assoc. canadienne des films, # 1603 - 22, av. St-Clair Est, Toronto, Ont., M4T 2S4, Fax: (416)986-1016.

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