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MacKinnon, Russell Vincent (Cape Breton West) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly

MACKINNON,RUSSELL VINCENT (Cape Breton West) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.

B. Oct. 4, 1953 in Grand Mira South, N.S. S. of Neil Helarius and Marion Honora MacKinnon. Ed. at Riverview Rural H.S. and N.S. Land Survey Inst. (Hons.). M. 1973 to Gail Ann MacGillivary. Three children: Marion Michelle, Shawn Russell Patrick and Melissa Ann. Political Career: First elected to the N.S. Leg. g.e. 1988. Re-elected g.e. 1993, 1998, 1999 and 2003. Deputy Speaker of Legislative Assembly. Chair: Economic Development Ctee. Vice-Chair: Human Resources Ctee. Critic for: Transportation and Public Works; Community Services; Youth Secretariat; and Labour. Ass't Deputy Speaker of the Leg. Assembly, 1993. Min. of Labour and Min. resp. for the Workers' Compensation Act, Apr. 8, 1998 to Jul. 1999. Critic for Environment and Labour, Fisheries, Workers' Compensation Act and Part II of the Gaming Control Act. Mem., Public Accounts Ctee. Private Career: Owner, MacKinnon Surveys & Investments Ltd. Mem: Sydney Rotary Club and Industrial Cape Breton Bd. of Trade. Party: Lib. Relig.: R.C. Address: Leg. Office: Bank of Montreal Bldg., Suite 1402, 5151 George St., Box 741, Halifax, N.S., B3J 2T3, (902)424-8637, Fax: (902)424-0539 Riding Office: 1034 Kings Rd., Sydney, N.S., B1S 1C7, (902)564-0622, Fax: (902)562-8894 Home: 61 Greenmeadows Dr., Howie Centre, Cape Breton, N.S., B1L 1C7; Email: [email protected]


MACKINNON, RUSSELL VINCENT (Cape Breton Ouest) Vice président de l'Assembly legislative. Né le 4 oct. 1953 à Grand Mira Sud, N.-É. Fils de Neil Helarius et Marion Honora MacKinnon. Fit ses études à l'école sec. rurale de Riverview et N.S. Land Survey Inst. (Hons.). M. en 1973 à Gail Ann MacGillivary. Trois enfants: Marion Michelle, Shawn Russell Patrick et Melissa Ann.Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la N.-É. é.g. 1988. Réélu é.g. 1993, 1998, 1999 et 2003. Prés. adj. de l'Assemblée légis. Prés., Cté du Développement économique. Vice-président, Cté des Ressources humaines. Porte-parole en matière des Transports et Travaux publics; Sécretariat de la Jeunesse; et du Travail. Vice-président adj. de l'Assemblée légis. en 1993. Min. du Travail et min. resp. de la Loi sur les Accidents au Travail du 8 avr. 1998 à juill. 1999. Porte-parole en matière de l'Environnement et du Travail, des Pêches, de la Loi sur les Accidents au travail et de la Loi sur les jeux de chance (partie II). Mem., Cté des comptes publics.Carrière privée: Propriétaire, MacKinnon Surveys & Investments Ltd. Mem: Club Rotary de Sydney et Ch. de c. industrielle de Cap-Breton. Parti pol.: Lib. Relig.: c.r.Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice de la Banque de Montréal, Pièce 1402, 5151, rue George, Casier 741, Halifax, N.-É., B3J 2T3, (902)424-8637, Fax: (902)424-0539 Bureau Circonscription: 1034, chemin Kings, Sydney, N.-É., B1S 1C7, (902)564-0622, Fax: (902)562-8894 Résidence: 61, promenade Greenmeadows, Howie Centre, Cap-Breton, N.-É., B1L 1C7; Courriel: [email protected]

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