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Lunney, James, B.Sc., D.C. (Nanaimo—Alberni)

LUNNEY, JAMES, B.Sc., D.C. (Nanaimo—Alberni)

B. Sept. 5, 1951 in Winnipeg, Man. A chiropractor. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 2000. Re-elected g.e. 2004. Mem: Standing Ctee on Fisheries and Oceans and Standing Ctee on Health. Special Assignment Natural Health Products, Heritage Ctee, Official Languages Ctee. Party: Con. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 676, Confederation Bldg., House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-5243, Fax: (613)992-9112; Email: [email protected]

LUNNEY, JAMES, B.Sc., D.C. (Nanaimo—Aberni) Né le 5 sept. 1951 à Winnipeg, Man. Chiropraticien. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 2000. Réélu é.g. 2004. Mem: Cté permanent des Pêches et des Océans et Cté permanent de la Santé. Mission spéciale: Produits naturels, Cté du Patrimoine canadien, Cté des Langues officielles. Parti pol.: Con. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 676, Édifice de la Confédération, Chambre des communes , Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-5243, Fax: (613)992-9112; Courriel: [email protected]

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