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Marchese, Rosario (Trinity-Spadina)

MARCHESE,ROSARIO (Trinity-Spadina)

B. 1952 in Calabria, Italy. Immigrated to Canada in 1962. Ed. at Harbord Collegiate and Univ. of Toronto. Three children. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Ont. Leg. g.e. 1990. Reelected g.e. 1995, 1999 and 2003. Critic: Education and Training; Colleges and Universities; Culture; Citizenship and Immigration; Tourism and Recreation; Disabilities. Mem: Standing Ctee on Social Policy and Standing Ctee on the Legislative Assembly. Min. of Culture and Communications, Oct. 1, 1990 to Jul. 31, 1991. Former Parl. Ass't to the Premier and to the Min. of Intergovernmental Affairs. N.D.P. Critic for Citizenship, Culture, Recreation, Education, Multiculturalism and Training, Colleges and Universities. Elected Chair, Standing Ctee on Administration of Justice, 1993. Municipal: Public School Trustee, Wards 4 and 5, 1982-90. Private Career: Claims adjudicator, Workers' Compensation Bd. Teacher of French and English, Toronto and Mississauga. Worked with Italian Federation of Seniors and the Lower Ossington Steering Ctee which addressed mental health issues. Past Vice-Pres., Nat'l Congress of Italian Canadians, Toronto Dist. Toronto Library Bd. Trustee. Former Chair., Multilingual Literacy Centre. Party: N.D.P. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 156, Main Legislative Bldg., Toronto, Ont., M7A 1A5, (416)325-9092 Riding Office: 854 Dundas St., Toronto, Ont., M6J 1V5, (416)603-9664, Fax: (416)603-1241; Email: [email protected]


MARCHESE, ROSARIO (Trinity-Spadina) Né en 1952 à Calabria, Italie. Arrive au Canada en 1962. Fit ses études au Harbord Collegiate et à l'Univ. de Toronto. Trois enfants. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Ont. é.g. 1990. Réélu é.g. 1995, 1999 et 2003. Porte-parole de l'opposition en matière de l'Éducation et Formation; de la Culture; des Affaires civiques et Immigration; du Tourisme et Loisirs; et des Handicaps. Mem; Cté permanent de la politique sociale et Cté permanent de l'Assemblée législative. Min. de la Culture et des Communications du 1er oct. 1990 au 31 juill. 1991. Ancien Adj. parl. au Premier ministre et au min. des Affaires intergouvernementales. Porte-parole du N.P.D. en matière des Affaires civiques, de la Culture, des Loisirs, de l'Éducation, du Multiculturalisme et de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités. Élu prés., Cté permanent sur l'Administration de la Justice en 1993. Municipale: Mem., conseil d'admin. des écoles publiques, sections 4 et 5, 1982-90. Carrière privée: Ajuste des demandes d'indemnité, Comm. des accidents au travail. Enseignant de français et d'anglais, Toronto et Mississauga. Volontaire: Fédération italienne des personnes âgées et Cté de direction de Lower Ossington qui s'adresse à la santé mentale. Ancien vice-prés., Congrès nat. des italo-canadiens, dist. de Toronto. Ancien administrateur, Conseil des bibliothèques de Toronto. Ancien prés., Centre de l'alphabétisation multilingue. Parti pol.: N.P.D. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 156, Édifice législatif, Toronto, Ont., M7A 1A5, (416)325-9092Bureau Circonscription: 854, rue Dundas, Toronto, Ont., M6J 1V5, (416)603-9664, Fax: (416)603-1241. Courriel: [email protected]

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