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Green, Hon. Bradley, Q.C., B.A.(Hons.), LL.B. (Fredericton South)

GREEN, HON. BRADLEY, Q.C., B.A.(Hons.), LL.B. (Fredericton South)

Attorney General et Minister of Justice, Minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs and Government House Leader. B. Jan. 29, 1965 in Fredericton, N.B. Ed. at Fredericton H.S. and Univ. of N.B. (B.A.(Hons.) - Political Science, 1987; LL.B., 1990). M. to Margaret Gregg. Political Career: First elected to the N.B. Leg. by-election Oct. 19, 1998. Re-elected g.e. 1999 and 2003. Sworn in as Attorney General, Min. of Justice and Min. resp. for Aboriginal Affairs and the Aboriginal Secretariat, Jun. 21, 1999. Chair: Standing Ctee on Procedures; Standing Ctee on Privileges and Standing Ctee on Law Amendments. Mem., Legislative Administration Ctee. Former Pres., P.C. Youth Wing, Mem. of the Prov. Exec. Council and Exec. Dir., Prov. P.C. Party. Private Career: Exec. Ass't to former P.C. Leader Dennis Cochrane; Dir. of Admin. for the Office of the Opposition and Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Opposition, 1991-98. Chair, Univ. of N.B. Foundation for Students for 3 terms. Held various leadership roles within the Scouting movement for 10 yrs. Sunday School Superintendent, Youth Group Program Dir., Scholarship Ctee Chair, Elder and Session Mem., Saint Paul's United Church. Mem., Bd. of Dir., Fredericton Y. Rec'd: Birk's Medal for Leadership; Univ. of N.B. Student Alumni Award of Honour; Rotary Citizenship Scholarship and Chief of Scout Canada Award. Named Q.C., Jun. 1999. Mem., Epsilon Y's Mens' Club. Party: P.C. Address: Home: P.O. Box 20114, Fredericton, N.B., E3A 6Y8 Minister's Office: Centennial Bldg., Rm. 412, 670 Queen St., P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1, (506)462-5100, Fax: (506)453-3651 Riding Office: 83 Regent St., Fredericton, N.B., E3B 3W3, (506)457-4855, Fax: (506)457-4904; Email: [email protected]


GREEN, HON. BRADLEY,C.R., B.A.(Hons.), LL.B. (Fredericton-Sud)Procureur général et Ministre de la Justice, Ministre responsable des Affaires autochtones et leader parlementaire du gouvernement. Né le 29 janv. 1965 à Fredericton, N.-B. Fit ses études à l'école sec. de Fredericton et l'Univ. du N.-B. (B.A.(Hons.) - science politique, 1987; LL.B., 1990). M. à Margaret Gregg. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. du N.-B. élection partielle le 19 oct. 1998. Réélu é.g. 1999 et 2003. Assermenté comme Procureur général, min. de la Justice et min. resp. des Affaires autochtones et du Secrétariat des Affaires autochtones le 21 juin 1999. Prés: Cté permanent de la procédure; Cté permanent des privilèges et Cté permanent de modification des lois. Mem., Cté d'administration de l'Assemblée légis. Ancien prés., aile jeunesse du Parti P.C., mem. du Bureau prov. et dir. admin., Parti P.C. prov. Carrière privée: Chef de cabinet de Dennis Cochrane, ancien chef progressiste-conservateur; dir. de l'admin. du Bureau de l'Opposition et dir. de cabinet de Chef de l'Opposition, 1991-98. Prés., Univ. of N.B. Foundation for Students pendant 3 mandats. Il a assumé divers rôles de premier plan dans le scoutisme pendant 10 ans. Ancien dir. gén. du catéchisme, dir. des programmes pour groupes de jeunes, prés. du cté des bourses d'études, ancien et mem. du conseil, l'église unie Saint Paul's. Mem., conseil d'admin., YMCA de Fredericton. Reçu: Médaille Birk's pour le leadership; Prix d'honneur des anciens de l'Univ. du N.-B.; Bourse d'études Rotary pour le sens civique et Chief of Scout Canada Award. Nommé C.R. en juin 1999. Mem., Epsilon Y's Mens' Club. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Résidence: C.P. 20114, Fredericton, N.-B., E3A 6Y8 Bureau du ministre: Édifice du Centenaire, Pièce 412, 670, rue Queen, C.P. 6000, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 5H1, (506)462-5100, Fax: (506)453-3651 Bureau Circonscription: 83, rue Regent, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 3W3, (506)457-4855, Fax: (506)457-4904. Courier: [email protected]

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