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Manley, Hon. John Paul, P.C., B.A., LL.B.


B. Jan. 5, 1950 in Ottawa, Ont. S. of John Joseph Manley and Mildred Charlotte Scharf. Ed. at Carleton Univ. and Univ. of Ottawa. M. Apr. 21, 1973 to Judith Mary Rae. Three children: Rebecca Jane, David John and Sarah Kathleen. A lawyer. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1988. Re-elected g.e. 1993, 1997 and 2000. Sworn to the Privy Council Nov. 4, 1993 (Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien). Former Critic for Science and Technology. Former Co-Critic for Finance. Former Transportation Critic. Appt'd Min. of Industry, Nov. 4, 1993. Min. for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Min. of Western Economic Diversification and Min. resp. for the Federal Office of Reg. Dev't - Que., Jan. 25, 1996 to Jun. 11, 1997. Min. of Industry, Jun. 11, 1997 to Oct. 15, 2000. Min. of Foreign Affairs, Oct. 15, 2000 to Jan. 14, 2002. Appt'd: Deputy Prime Minister and Min. of Infrastructure and Crown Corporations, Jan. 15, 2002 and Min. of Finance, Jun. 2, 2002. Private Career: Law Clerk for Rt. Hon. Bora Laskin, Chief Justice of Can., 1976-77. Partner, Perley-Robertson, Panet, Hill & McDougall. Chair, Ottawa-Carleton Bd. of Trade, 1985-86. Former Dir: Ottawa-Carleton Economic Development Corp.; Ottawa-Carleton Research Centre and Ottawa Congress Centre. Party: Lib. Relig.: Ang.

MANLEY,HON.JOHN PAUL,C.P.,B.A., LL.B. Néle 5 janv. 1950à Ottawa, Ont. Fils de John Joseph Manley et Mildred Charlotte Scharf. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Carleton et à l'Univ. d'Ottawa. M. le 21 avr. 1973 à Judith Mary Rae. Trois enfants: Rebecca Jane, David John et Sarah Kathleen. Avocat. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1988. Réélu é.g. 1993, 1997 et 2000. Assermenté au conseil privé le 4 nov. 1993 (le Très hon. Jean Chrétien). Ancien Porte-parole en matière des Sciences et de la Technologie. Ancien Porte-parole associé en matière des Finances. Ancien Porte-parole en matière des Transports. Nommé min. de l'Industrie le 4 nov. 1993. Min. de l'Agence de promotion économique du Canada atlantique, min. de la Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest canadien et min. chargé du Bureau fédéral de développement rég. (Québec) du 25 janv. 1996 au 11 juin 1997. Min. de l'Industrie du 11 juin 1997 au 15 oct. 2000. Min. des Affaires étrangères du 15 oct. 2000 au 14 janv. 2002. Nommé: Vice-premier ministre et min. de l'Infrastructure et des Sociétés d'État le 15 janv. 2002 et min. des Finances le 2 juin 2002. Carrière privée: Légiste pour le Très hon. Bora Laskin, Juge en chef du Can., 1976-77. Associé, Perley-Robertson, Panet, Hill & McDougall. Prés., Conseil de commerce, Ottawa-Carleton, 1985-86. Ancien dir: Corp. du Développement économique d'Ottawa-Carleton; Centre de recherches d'Ottawa-Carleton et Centre du congrès d'Ottawa. Parti pol.: Lib. Relig.: ang.

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