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Lord, Jon (Calgary-Currie)

LORD, JON (Calgary-Currie)

B. Dec. 29, 1956 in Calgary, Alta. Ed. at Univ. of Alta. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Standing Ctee on Private Bills; Standing Ctee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing and Standing Policy Ctee on Energy and Sustainable Development. Chair: Alberta Special Places and New School Construction and Operating Costs Ctees: Mem: Recreational Corridor Review Ctee. Municipal: Alderman, City of Calgary for 2 terms. Private Career: Owner, Casablanca Video since 1983. Financial consultant to Wood Gundy and James Capel Canada. Rec'd: Pascal Conn Award and Wood Gundy's President's Council Award. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: 314 Legislature Annex, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9469, Fax: (780)415-9475 Riding Office: 2108 B - 33 Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta., T2T 1Z6, (403)246-4794, Fax: (403)686-1543; Email: [email protected]

LORD, JON (Calgary-Currie) Né le 29 déc. 1956 à Calgary, Alta. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de l'Alta. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté permanent des Projets de loi d'intérêt privé; Cté permanent des Privilèges et des Élections, de Règlement et de l'Imprimerie et Cté permanent politique de l'Énergie et du Développement durable. Prés., des Endroits spéciaux de l'Alta. et Cté de l'établissement des écoles nouveaux et des frais du fonctionnement. Mem: Cté d'examen de Recreation Corridors de l'Alta. Municipale: Échevin, ville de Calgary pendant 2 termes. Carrière privée: Propriétaire, Casablanca Video depuis 1983. Conseiller financier auprès de Woody Gundy et James Capel Canada. Reçu: Prix Pascal Conn et Prix du Conseil du Président de Wood Gundy. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 314 Annexe de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9469, Fax: (780)415-9475 Bureau Circonscription: 2108 B - 33e av. Sud-Ouest, Calgary, Alta., T2T 1Z6, (403)246-4794, Fax: (403)686-1543. Courriel: [email protected]

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