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Margeson, Hon. Theodore Earl, Q.C., B.A., B.Ed., LL.B.


B. Aug. 15, 1938 in New Glasgow, N.S. S. of Paul A.L. Margeson and Etta Mae Margeson. Ed. at Mount Allison Univ. and Dalhousie Univ. Two children: Jason and Andrew. Private Career: Called to the N.S. Bar, 1966. H.S. Teacher: Shelburne, N.S., 1960-61 and New Glasgow, 1961-62. Joined C.P. Railways Legal Dept., 1969. Founder, Margeson & Wilson, 1969-90. Appt'd Judge of the Tax Court of Can., Jul. 5, 1990. Dir: N.S. Legal Aid Comm. and Continuing Legal Education Soc. of N.S. Military service: Lt., R.C.N.(R.). Appt'd Q.C., 1981. Mem: Cdn Bar Ass'n and N.S. Barristers' Soc. Address: Tax Court of Canada, 200 Kent St., Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.

MARGESON, HON. THEODORE EARL, C.R., B.A., B.Ed., LL.B. Né le 15 août 1938 à New Glasgow, N.-É. Fils de Paul A.L. Margeson et Etta Mae Margeson. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Mount Allison et l'Univ. Dalhousie. Deux enfants: Jason et Andrew. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau de la N.-É. en 1966. Enseignant au niveau sec.: Shelburne, N.-É., 1960-61 et New Glasgow, 1961-62. Se joint à C.P. Railways, dépt. Juridique en 1969. Fondateur, Margeson & Wilson, 1969-90. Nommé juge à la Cour can. de l'impôt le 5 juill. 1990. Dir: Comm. de l'aide juridique de la N.-É. et Soc. de la formation permanente du Barreau de la N.-É. Service militaire: Lt., R.C.N.(R.). Nommé C.R. en 1981. Mem: Assoc. du Barreau can. et Soc. des avocats de la N.-É. Adresse: Cour canadienne de l'impôt, 200, rue Kent, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.

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