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MacKenzie, Dave (Oxford)


B. Jun. 12, 1947. M. to Lynda MacKenzie. Three children. Political Career: Elected to H. of C. g.e. 2004. Critic: Nat'l Defence (Assoc. Min.). Private Career: General Manager, Roetin Industries Canada, 1997. Police officer, constable, detective, inspector, Deputy Chief of Police, and Chief of Police of Woodstock City Police, 1967-97. Volunteer: Woodstock Gen. Hospital Foundation, Woodstock Rotary Club, United Way of Oxford; Fundraiser Chair: Woodstock Seniors Centre. Party: Con. Address: Leg. Office: House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)995-4432, Fax: (613)995-4433 Riding office: 208 Huron St., Unit 4, Woodstock, Ont., N4S 7A1; Email: [email protected]

MACKENZIE, DAVE (Oxford) Né le 12 juin 1947. M. à Lynda MacKenzie. Trois enfants. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 2004. Porte-parole en matière de la Défense nationale (min. associé). Carrière privée: Dir. général, Roetin Industries Canada en 1997. Policier, agent de police, détective, inspecteur, préfet adj. de police et préfet de police de la ville de Woodstock, 1967-97. Bénévole: Fondation de l'hôpital général de Woodstock; Club Rotary de Woodstock et Centraide d'Oxford. Prés. de collecte de fonds, Centre des gens âgés de Woodstock. Parti pol.: Con. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)995-4432, Fax: (613)995-4433 Bureau Circonscription: 208, rue Huron, Unit 4, Woodstock, Ont., N4S 7A1; Courriel: [email protected]

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