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Marchi, Hon. Sergio, P.C., B.A.(Hons.)


B. May 12, 1956 in Argentina. S. of Ottavio Marchi and Luisa d'Agostinis. Ed. at York Univ. M. Oct. 1, 1983 to Laureen dau. of Mariette Lapointe and Frank Storozuk (St. Lambert, Que.). One child: Adriana. A municipal politician. Political Career: Federal: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1984. Re-elected g.e. 1988, 1993 and 1997. Sworn to the Privy Council Nov. 4, 1993 (Rt. Hon. J. Chrétien). Critic for Transport, Sept. 1990. Min. of Citizenship and Immigration, Nov. 4, 1993 to Jan. 25, 1996. Min. of the Environment, Jan. 25, 1996 to Jun. 11, 1997. Min. for Int'l Trade, Jun. 11, 1997 to Aug. 3, 1999. Elected Chair, Nat'l Lib. Caucus, Oct. 1990 and re-elected, Oct. 23, 1991 and Dec. 2, 1992. Vice-Chair, Standing Ctee on Transport. Municipal: Alderman, City of North York, 1982-84. Private Career: Appt'd Ambassador to the World Trade Organization, 1999. Mem., Famee Furlane Club. Party: Lib. Relig.: R.C. Address: Home: 1330 Talcy Cres., Orleans, Ont., K4A 3C3.

MARCHI, HON. SERGIO, C.P., B.A.(Hons.). Né le 12 mai 1956 à Argentine. Fils d'Ottavio Marchi et Luisa d'Agostinis. Fit ses études à l'Univ. York. M. le 1er oct. 1983 à Laureen fille de Mariette Lapointe et Frank Storozuk (St. Lambert, Québec). Un enfant: Adriana. Politicien municipal. Carrière politique: Fédérale: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1984. Réélu é.g. 1988, 1993 et 1997. Assermenté au conseil privé le 4 nov. 1993 (le Très hon. J. Chrétien). Porte-parole en matière des Transports en sept. 1990. Min. de la Citoyenneté et de l'Immigration du 4 nov. 1993 au 25 janv. 1996. Min. de l'Environnement du 25 janv. 1996 au 11 juin 1997. Min. du Commerce int. du 11 juin 1997 au 3 août 1999. Élu prés. du Caucus lib. nat. en oct. 1990 et réélu le 23 oct. 1991 et le 2 déc. 1992. Vice-prés., Cté permanent sur les Transports. Municipale: Échevin, ville de York Nord, 1982-84. Carrière privée: Nommé Ambassadeur de l'Organisation du commerce mondial en 1999. Mem., Club Famee Furlane. Parti pol.: Lib. Relig.: c.r. Adresse: Résidence: 1330, cr. Talcy, Orleans, Ont., K4A 3C3.

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