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Lukaszuk, Thomas, B.Ed. (Edmonton-Castle Downs)

LUKASZUK, THOMAS, B.Ed. (Edmonton-Castle Downs)

B. Apr. 5, 1969 in Poland. Ed. at Univ. of Alta. Political Career: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Select Special Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Review Ctee; Alta. Correctional Services Review Ctee; and Health Information Act Review Ctee. Former Mem: Standing Ctee on Law and Regulations; Standing Ctee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing and Standing Policy Ctee on Health and Community Living. Private Career: Teacher, Edmonton. Founder, Injured Workers' Advocates Inc. Translator and interpreter: Crown Prosecutor's Office and Edmonton Police Service. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: 513 Legislature Bldg., Edmonton, Alta., T5K 2B6, (780)415-9398, Fax: (780)427-1835 Riding Office: 12120 - 161 Ave., Edmonton, Alta., T5X 5M8, (780)414-0705, Fax: (780)414-0707; Email: [email protected]

LUKASZUK, THOMAS, B.Ed. (Edmonton-Castle Downs) Né le 5 avr. 1969 à Pologne. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de l'Alta. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté spécial d'examen de la Loi de la Liberté d'information et de la Protection de la vie privée de l'Alta;t Cté d'examen des Services correctionnels de l'Alta; et Cté d'examen sur la Loi des Renseignements médicales. Ancien mem: Cté permanent des Lois et des Règlements; Cté permanent des Privilèges et des Élections, de Règlement et de l'Imprimerie et Cté permanent politique de la Santé et de la Vie associative. Carrière privée: Enseignant, Edmonton. Fondateur, Injured Workers' Advocates Inc. Traducteur et interprète, Bureau du plaignant de la couronne et de la police d'Edmonton. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 513 Édifice de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 2B6, (780)415-9398, Fax: (780)427-1835 Bureau Circonscription: 12120 - 161e av., Edmonton, Alta., T5X 5M8, (780)414-0705, Fax: (780)414-0707. Courriel: [email protected]

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