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MacDonald, Wilbur (Belfast-Pownal Bay)

MACDONALD, WILBUR (Belfast-Pownal Bay)

B. Sept. 13, 1933 in Orwell, P.E.I. S. of Leo R. and Helen MacDonald. Ed. at Orwell Public School and St. Dunstan's H.S. M. Aug. 4, 1958 to Pauline Murphy. Nine children: Dana, Helena, Laurena, Ronald, Bernard, Juanita, Timothy, Andrew and Faber. Political Career: Federal: M.P. (Cardigan), 1979-80. Provincial: First elected to the P.E.I. Leg. g.e. 1982 (4th Queens). Re-elected g.e. 1986, 1996, 2000 and 2003. Chair: Leg. Ctees on Agriculture, Fisheries, Tourism and Industry, 1983-84. Min. of Industry, 1984-86. Opposition Critic of Department of Industry. Speaker of the Leg. Assembly of Prince Edward Island, 1997 to Apr. 2000. Chair, Standing Ctee on Agriculture, Forestry and Environment, and MLLA representative on the Master Trust Fund. Municipal: Former Trustee, Vernon River Consolidated Schools. Private Career: Mem., Nat'l Parole Bd., 1990-93. Dir., Orwell Corner Museum. Past Pres and Dir. of the Sir Andrew MacPhail Fdn. Mem., Proj. Ctee for the 200th Anniversary of Selkirk Settlers, 2002. Former Pres., NFU Local 103. Mem: PEI Right to Life Ass'n; P.E.I. Fed. of Agriculture and 4-H Movement. Charter Mem., PEI Crop and Soil Ass'n. Charter Mem. and Past Pres.: Vernon River Lions Club and of the Vernon River K. of C. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Coles Building, 3rd Flr., Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1A 8C5, (902)368-4360, Fax: (902)368-4473 Home: R.R.2, Vernon Bridge, P.E.I., C0A 2E0; Email: [email protected]

MACDONALD, WILBUR (Belfast-Pownal Bay) Né le 13 sept. 1933 à Orwell, I.-P.-É. Fils de Leo R. et Helen MacDonald. Fit ses études à l'école sec. St-Dunstan. M. le 4 août 1958 à Pauline Murphy. Neuf enfants: Dana, Helena, Laurena, Ronald, Bernard, Juanita, Timothy, Andrew et Faber. Carrière politique: Fédérale: M.P. (Cardigan), 1979-80. Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'I.-P.-É. é.g. 1982 (4th Queens). Réélu é.g. 1986, 1996, 2000 et 2003. Prés., Ctés de l'Agriculture, des Pêches, du Tourisme et de l'Industrie, 1983-84. Min. de l'Industrie, 1984-86. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière de l'Industrie. Président de l'Assemblée légis. de 1997 à avr. 2000. Prés., Cté permanent de l'Agriculture, des Forêts et de l'Environnement. Représentant des membres de l'Assemblée légis. sur la fiducie globale. Municipale: Ancien conseiller des écoles consolidées de Vernon River. Carrière privée: Mem., Commission nationale des libérations conditionnelles, 1990-93. Dir., Musée d'Orwell Corner. Ancien prés. et dir., Fondation Sir Andrew MacPhail. Mem., Cté des projets, 200e anniversaire des colonisateurs de Selkirk en 2002. Ancien prés., NFU local 103. Mem: P.E.I. Right to Life Ass'n; Fédération de l'agriculture de l'I.-P.-É. et Mouvement 4-H. Mem. à vie, P.E.I. Crop and Soil Ass'n. Mem. à vie et ancien prés: Club Lions de Vernon River et c. de col. de Vernon River. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice Coles, 3e étage, Charlottetown, I.-P.-É., C1A 8C5, (902)368-4360, Fax: (902)368-4473 Résidence: R.R.2, Vernon Bridge, I.-P.-É., C0A 2E0; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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