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MacKay, Dennis (Bulkley Valley-Stikine)

MACKAY, DENNIS (Bulkley Valley-Stikine)

B. Mar. 23, 1942 in Edmonton, Alta. S. of Duncan MacKay and Edna Woodcock. M. Sept. 24, 1966 to Edith (Evans). Two children: Dennis John and Laura. Political Career: First elected to the B.C. Leg. g.e. 2001. Private Career: Provincial Coroner, 1989-98. Owner, private investigation company, 10 years. R.C.M.P., 1961-89. Rec'd R.C.M.P. Commendation, 1974. Party: B.C. Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., V8V 1X4, (250)356-9574, Fax: (250)387-8596 Riding Office: 4, 3830 Second Ave., P.O. Box 895, Smithers, B.C., V0J 2N0, (250)877-4500, Fax: (250)877-4505; Email: [email protected]

MACKAY, DENNIS (Bulkley Valley-Stikine) Né le 23 mars 1942 à Edmonton, Alta. Fils de Duncan MacKay et Edna Woodcock. M. le 24 sept. 1966 à Edith (Evans). Deux enfants: Dennis John et Laura. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la C.-B. é.g. 2001. Carrière privée: Coroner provincial, 1989-98. Investigateur privé pendant 10 ans. Gendarmerie royale can., 1961-89. Reçu une recommandation de Gendarmerie royale can. en 1974. Parti pol.: B.C. Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, Victoria, C.-B., V8V 1X4, (250)356-9574, Fax: (250)387-8596 Bureau Circonscription: 4, 3830 Deuxième av., C.P. 895, Smithers, C.-B., V0J 2N0, (250)877-4500, Fax: (250)877-4505; Courriel: [email protected]

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