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Martin, Righthon.Paul, P.C. (LaSalle-Émard) Prime Minister of Canada

MARTIN,RIGHTHON.PAUL,P.C. (LaSalle-Émard) Prime Minister of Canada.

B. Aug. 28, 1938. S. of Eleanor Adams (dec.) and Paul Joseph Martin, P.C. (dec.). Ed. at Univ. of Ottawa; Univ. of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto. M. Sept. 11, 1965 to Sheila Ann Cowan. Three children: Paul William, James Robert and David Patrick. A lawyer and businessman. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1988. Re-elected g.e. 1993, 1997, 2000 and 2004. Sworn to the Privy Council Nov. 4, 1993 (Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien). Former Lib. Critic for the Environment and Associate Critic for Finance. Min. of Finance, Nov. 4, 1993 to Jun. 2, 2002. Prime Minister of Canada since Dec. 12, 2003. Min. resp. for the Fed. Office of Reg. Development - Que., Nov. 4, 1993 to Jan. 25, 1996. Vice-Chair: Standing Ctee on the Environment and Treasury Bd. Ctee. Co-Chair, Nat'l Platform Ctee, 1993. Appt'd Inaugural Chair of the G-20, Sept. 25, 1999. Private Career: Exec. Ass't to Pres. and Vice-Pres., Power Corp. Vice-Pres., Consolidated Bathurst. Pres. and C.E.O., CSL Inc. Chair, Bd. of Dir. and C.E.O., Canada Steamship Lines. Former Mem., Bd. of Governors, Concordia Univ. Former Mem. and Founder: North South Inst. and Cdn Council for Native Enterprises. Former Mem: Centre for Race Relations; Cdn Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament; Assoc. des Artistes de LaSalle; British North American Ctee and Amnesty Int'l. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 515-S, Centre Block, House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-4211, Fax: (613)941-6900 Riding Office: 7731 Newman Blvd., Ville LaSalle, Que., H8N 1X7, (514)363-0954, Fax: (514)367-5533. Email: [email protected]


MARTIN,LE TRÈSHON.PAUL,C.P. (LaSalle-Émard) Premier ministre du Canada. Néle 28 août 1938.Fils d'Eleanor Adams (déc.) et Paul Joseph Martin, C.P. (déc.). Fit ses études à l'Univ. d'Ottawa; à l'Univ. de Toronto et à la faculté de droit Osgoode Hall, Toronto. M. le 11 sept. 1965 à Sheila Ann Cowan. Trois enfants: Paul William, James Robert et David Patrick. Avocat et homme d'affaires. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1988. Réélu é.g. 1993, 1997, 2000 et 2004. Assermenté au conseil privé le 4 nov. 1993 (le Très hon. J. Chrétien). Ancien Porte-parole du Parti lib. en matière de l'Environnement et Porte-parole associé en matière des Finances. Min. des Finances du 4 nov. 1993 au 2 juin 2002. Premier ministre du Canada depuis le 12 déc. 2003.Min. chargé du Bureau fédéral de développement régional (Québec) du 4 nov. 1993 au 25 janv. 1996. Vice-prés: Cté permanent sur l'Environnement et Cté du Conseil du Trésor. Co-prés., Cté de plate-forme nat. en 1993. Nommé prés. inaugural de G- 20 le 25 sept. 1999. Carrière privée: Adj. exéc. au prés. et vice-prés., Power Corp. Vice-prés., Consolidated Bathurst. Prés. et chef de la direction, CSL Inc. Prés., conseil d'admin. et chef de la direction, Canada Steamship Lines. Ancien mem., conseil des gouverneurs, l'Univ. Concordia. Ancien mem. et fondateur: l'Inst. Nord-Sud et Conseil can. des entreprises autochtones. Ancien mem: Centre pour la recherche et l'action sur les relations raciales; Centre can. pour le contrôle des armements et le désarmement; Assoc. des artistes de LaSalle; British North American Ctee et Amnestie Int. Parti pol.: Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 515-S, Édifice du Centre, Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-4211, Fax: (613)941-6900 Bureau Circonscription: 7731, boul. Newman, Ville LaSalle, Québec, H8N 1X7, (514)363-0954, Fax: (514)367-5533. Courriel: [email protected]

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