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Jamieson, Stuart (Saint John-Fundy)

JAMIESON, STUART (Saint John-Fundy)

B. Oct. 22, 1951 in Saint John, N.B. M. Martha. Three children: Michelle, Holly and Simon. Political Career: First elected to the N.B. Leg. g.e. 1987. Re-elected g.e. 1991, 1995 and 2003. Appt'd: Gov't Whip, Nov. 1995; Min. of State for Rural Planning, Jun. 23, 1997 and Min. of Agriculture and Rural Planning, May 12, 1998. Mem: Standing Ctee on Public Accounts. Private Career: Self-employed carpenter. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Old Education Bldg., PO Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-2548, Fax: (506)453-3956; Email: [email protected]

JAMIESON, STUART (Saint John-Fundy) Né le 22 oct. 1951 à Saint John, N.-B. M. à Martha. Trois enfants: Michelle, Holly et Simon. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. du N.-B. é.g. 1987. Réélu é.g. 1991, 1995 et 2003. Nommé: Whip du gouvernement en nov. 1995; min. d'État à l'Aménagement rural le 23 juin 1997 et min. de l'Agriculture et de l'Aménagement rural le 12 mai 1998. Mem., Cté permanent des comptes publics. Carrière privée: Charpentier qui travaille à son compte. Parti pol.: Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Ancien édifice de l'Éducation, C.P. 6000, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-2548, Fax: (506)453-3956; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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