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Martin, Hon. Shirley, P.C.


B. Nov. 20, 1932. M. to Jack Martin. Two children: John and Christopher. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1984. Re-elected g.e. 1988. Not a cand. g.e. 1993. Sworn to the Privy Council Sept. 15, 1988 (Rt. Hon. B. Mulroney). Appt'd: Parl. Sec. to the Min. of Public Works, Oct. 1987; Min. of State (Transport), Sept. 15, 1988; Min. of State (Indian Affairs and Northern Development), Feb. 22, 1990 and Min. of State (Transport), Apr. 21, 1991. Private Career: Former business service manager, Bell Canada. Party: Con.Relig.: United.

MARTIN, HON. SHIRLEY, C.P. Née le 20 nov. 1932. M. à Jack Martin. Deux enfants: John et Christopher. Carrière politique: Élue pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1984. Réélue é.g. 1988. Pas cand. é.g. 1993. Assermentée au conseil privé le 15 sept. 1988 (le Très hon. B. Mulroney). Nommée: Sec. parl. au min. des Travaux publics en oct. 1987; min. d'État (Transport) le 15 sept. 1988; min. d'État (Affaires indiennes et Nord can.) le 22 fév. 1990 et min. d'État (Transports) le 21 avr. 1991. Carrière privée: Ancienne gérante de services commerciaux de Bell Canada. Parti pol.: Con. Relig.: église unie.

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