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MacKenzie, Beth, R.N. (Park Corner-Oyster Bed)

MACKENZIE, BETH, R.N. (Park Corner-Oyster Bed)

B. May 3, 1960 in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Dau. of Stephen MacMillan and Mary Cummings. Granddaughter of former Premier W.J.P. MacMillan. Ed. at Charlottetown Rural H.S. and P.E.I. School of Nursing (1990). M. Feb. 7, 1986 to Bruce MacKenzie. Three children: Vanessa, Heath and Cassandra. A registered nurse. Political Career: First elected to the P.E.I. Leg. g.e. 1996. Re-elected g.e. 2000 and 2003. Former Chair: Standing Ctee on Social Development and Standing Ctee on Community Affairs and Economic Development. Former Mem: Strategic Planning Ctee; Standing Ctee on Privileges, Rules and Private Bills; Standing Ctee on Public Accounts; Standing Ctee on the Constitution of Canada; Special Ctee on Climate Change and the Strategic Planning Ctee on Community and Social Policy. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Coles Building, 3rd Flr., PO Box 338, Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1A 8C5, (902)368-4360, Fax: (902)368-4377 Home: R.R.3, Hunter River, P.E.I., C0A 1N0; Email: [email protected]

MACKENZIE,BETH,R.N. (Park CornerOyster Bed) Néele 3 mai 1960à Charlottetown, I.-P.-É.Fille de Stephen MacMillan et Mary Cummings. Petite-fille d'ancien Premier ministre W.J.P. MacMillan. Fit ses études à l'école sec. rurale de Charlottetown et P.E.I. School of Nursing (1990). M. le 7 fév. 1986 à Bruce MacKenzie. Trois enfants: Vanessa, Heath et Cassandra. Infirmière diplômée. Carrière politique: Élue pour la première fois à la légis. de l'I.-P.-É. é.g. 1996. Réélue é.g. 2000 et 2003. Ancienne prés: Cté permanent du Développement social et Cté permanent des Affaires communautaires et du Développement économique. Ancien mem: Cté de Planification stratégique; Cté permanent des Privilèges, des Règlements et des Projets de loi d'intérêt privé; Cté permanent des Comptes publics; Cté permanent de la Constitution du Canada; Cté spécial du Changement climatique et Cté de Planification stratégique de politique communautaire et sociale. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice Coles, 3e étage, Charlottetown, I.-P.-É., C1A 8C5, (902)368-4360, Fax: (902)368-4377 Résidence: R.R.3, Hunter River, I.-P.-É., C0A 1N0; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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