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Masyk, Gary (Edmonton-Norwood)

MASYK, GARY (Edmonton-Norwood)

B. in High Prairie, Alta. M. to Diana. Five children. Political Career: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Standing Ctee on Law and Regulations; Standing Ctee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing and Standing Policy Ctee on Energy and Sustainable Development. Private Career: Owner and Pres: Garco Oilfield Service and Masyk Lumber Co. Party: Ind. Address: Leg. Office: 101 Legislature Annex, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9423, Fax: (780)644-7196 Riding Office: 8307 - 118 Ave., Edmonton, Alta., T5B 0S4, (780)414-0708, Fax: (780)414-0710; Email : [email protected]

MASYK, GARY (Edmonton-Norwood) Né à High Prairie, Alta. M. à Diana. Cinq enfants. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté permanent des Lois et des Règlements; Cté permanent des Privilèges et des Élections, de Règlement et de l'Imprimerie et Cté permanent politique de l'Énergie et du Développement durable. Carrière privée: Propriétaire et prés: Garco Oilfield Service et Masyk Lumber Co. Parti pol.: Ind. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 101 Annexe de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9423, Fax: (780)644-7196 Bureau Circonscription: 8307 - 118e av., Edmonton, Alta., T5B 0S4, (780)414-0708, Fax: (780)414-0710; Courriel : [email protected]

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