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Lynch-Staunton, Hon. John, B.Sc. (Grandville)


B. Jun. 19, 1930 in Montreal, Que. Ed. at Stanislas Coll.; Jean de Brébeuf Coll.; Georgetown Univ., Washington, D.C. and Queen's Univ. A businessman. Political Career: Summoned to the Senate Sept. 23, 1990 by Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney. Appt'd Deputy Leader of the Gov't in the Senate, Sept. 1991. Elected Leader of the Opposition by the P.C. Senate Caucus, Dec. 15, 1993. Municipal: Mem., Montreal City Council, 1960-74 and Vice-Chair., Exec. Ctee, 1970-74. Private Career: Chair. of the Bd. and CEO, De Kuyper Can. Inc., 1978-90. Pres: Cdn Club of Montreal, 1976-77 and Montreal Bd. of Trade, 1985-86. Co-Chair., United Way Campaign, 1991. Party: Conservative Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 474-F, Centre Block, The Senate, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-1481, Fax: (613)943-8641 Home: LakeView, 724 Magoon Point Rd., Georgeville, Que., J0B 1T0; Email: [email protected]

LYNCH-STAUNTON, HON. JOHN, B.Sc. (Grandville) Né le 19 juin 1930 à Montréal, Québec. Fit ses études au Coll. Stanislas; au Coll. Jean-de-Brébeuf; à Georgetown Univ., Washington, D.C. et à l'Univ. Queen's. Homme d'affaires. Carrière politique: Nommé au Sénat le 23 sept. 1990 par le Très hon. B. Mulroney. Nommé Leader adj. du gouv. au Sénat en sept. 1991. Élu Leader de l'Opposition par le Caucus P.C. au Sénat le 15 déc. 1993. Municipale: Mem., conseil de ville de Montréal, 1960-74 et vice-prés., Cté exéc., 1970-74. Carrière privée: Prés. du conseil et dir. général, De Kuyper Can. Inc., 1978-90. Prés: Cercle can. de Montréal, 1976-77 et Montreal Bd. of Trade, 1985-86. Co-prés., Campagne Centraide en 1991. Parti pol.: Conservateur Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 474-F, Édifice du Centre, Le Sénat, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A4, (613)943-1481, Fax: (613)943-8641 Résidence: LakeView, 724, chemin Magoon Point, Georgeville, Québec, J0B 1T0; Courriel: [email protected],

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