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Loiselle, Hon. Gilles, P.C.


B. May 20, 1929 in Ville-Marie, Que. S. of Arthur Loiselle and Antoinette Lethiecq. Ed. at Coll. St-Gabriel, Ville-Marie; Coll. du Sacré-Coeur and Laval Univ. M. Aug. 20, 1962 to Lorraine. Two children: Anne and Frédéric. A journalist and administrator. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1988. Cand. g.e. 1993 and def. Sworn to the Privy Council Jan. 30, 1989 (Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney). Appt'd: Min. of State (Finance), Jan. 30, 1989 and Pres. of the Treasury Board, Sept. 20, 1990. Min. of Finance, Jun. 25, 1993 to Nov. 4, 1993. Private Career: Teacher, Tafari Makonnen School, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia, 1951-53. Reporter, Le Droit, Ottawa, 1953-56. Teacher and Administrator, Haile Selassie School, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia, 1956-62. CBC French Network, 1963-67 and Paris Correspondent, 1965-67. First Counsellor, Que. General Delegation in Paris, 1967-72. General Dir. of Communications, Que., 1972-77. Agent General for Que. in London, 1977-82. Ass't Deputy Min. for Cdn and Cultural Affairs, Que., 1982-84. General Delegate for Que. in Rome, 1984-88. Advisor to Power Corp. Hon. Lieut. Col., 55th Medical Co. Relig.: R.C. Address: Home: 3460 Simpson, #404, Montreal, Que., H3G 2J4.

LOISELLE,HON. GILLES,C.P. Né le 20 mai 1929à Ville-Marie, Québec.Fils d'Arthur Loiselle et Antoinette Lethiecq. Fit ses études au Coll. St-Gabriel, Ville-Marie; au Coll. du Sacré-Coeur et à l'Univ. Laval. M. le 20 août 1962 à Lorraine. Deux enfants: Anne et Frédéric. Journaliste et administrateur. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1988. Cand. é.g. 1993 et déf. Assermenté au conseil privé le 30 janv. 1989 (le Très hon. B. Mulroney). Nommé: min. d'État (Finances) le 30 janv. 1989 et Prés. du Conseil du Trésor le 20 sept. 1990. Min. des Finances du 25 juin 1993 au 4 nov. 1993. Carrière privée: Enseignant, Lycée Tafari Makonnen, Addis-Ababa, Éthiopie, 1951-53. Journaliste, "Le Droit", Ottawa, 1953-56. Enseignant et administrateur, Lycée Haile Selassie, Addis-Ababa, Éthiopie, 1956-62. Radio-Canada, 1963-67 et correspondant de Paris, 1965-67. Premier conseiller, délégation générale du Québec à Paris, 1967-72. Dir. général des Communications, Québec, 1972-77. Délégué général du Québec à Londres, 1977-82. Sous-min. adj. des Affaires can. et des Affaires culturelles, Québec, 1982-84. Délégué général du Québec à Rome, 1984-88. Conseiller auprès de Power Corp. Lieut.-Col. hon., 55e Cie Médicale. Relig.: c.r. Adresse: Résidence: 3460, Simpson, #404, Montréal, Québec, H3G 2J4.

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