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Mahoney, Hon. Steven W., P.C.


B. Jul. 18, 1947 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. S. of William Mahoney and A. Bernice Currie. Ed. at St. Jerome's, Kitchener and Richview Collegiate. M. Nov. 19, 1969 to Kathleen. Three children: Aaron, Matthew and Christopher. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Ont. Leg. g.e. 1987. Re-elected g.e. 1990. Chair, Finance and Economic Affairs Ctee. Chief Opposition Whip, 1990. Federal: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1997. Re-elected g.e. 2000. Elected Chair, Ont. Lib. Caucus, Feb. 7, 2001. Parl. Sec. to the Deputy Prime Minister and the Min. of Infrastructure and Crown Corporations. Sworn to the Privy Council April 11, 2003 (Rt. Hon. J. Chrétien).Young Entrepreneurship Advocate. Municipal: Councillor: Mississauga City Council and Reg. of Peel, 1978-87. Chair: Admin. and Finance Ctee, and Planning for the City of Mississauga. Party: Lib.

MAHONEY, HON. STEVEN W., C.P. Né le 18 juill. 1947 à Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Fils de William Mahoney et A. Bernice Currie. Fit ses études à St-Jérôme, Kitchener et l'école sec. Richview. M. le 19 nov. 1969 à Kathleen. Trois enfants: Aaron, Matthew et Christopher. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Ont. é.g. 1987. Réélu é.g. 1990. Prés., Cté des Finances et des Affaires économiques. Whip en chef de l'Opposition en 1990. Fédérale: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1997. Réélu é.g. 2000. Élu prés. du Caucus lib. de l'Ont. le 7 fév. 2001. Sec. parl. au Vice-premier ministre, min. de l'Infrastructure et min. des Sociétés d'État. Assermenté au conseil privé le 11 avril 2003 (le Très hon. J. Chrétien). Défenseur des jeunes entrepreneurs. Municipale: Conseiller: ville de Mississauga et rég. de Peel, 1978-87. Prés: Cté de l'Admin. et des Finances et de l'Urbanisme de Mississauga. Parti pol.: Lib.

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