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Nuraney, John (Burnaby-Willingdon)

NURANEY, JOHN (Burnaby-Willingdon)

B. Oct. 31, 1937 in Mombasa, Kenya. S. of Mohamedali Nuraney and Rahemat Fazal Jiwan. Ed. at Aga Khan H.S., Kenya. A.C.I.I., London, England. M. Dec. 6, 1964 to Gulshan Mistry. Three children: Nick, Asim and Naseem. Political Career: Cand. g.e. 1996 and def. First elected to the B.C. Leg. g.e. 2001. Mem: Select Standing Ctee on Health; Select Standing Ctee on Finance and Gov't Services. Mem: Gov't Multicultural Caucus Ctee, Asian Economic Development Ctee, and Gov't Caucus Ctee for Educ. Private Career: Owner of five A&W restaurants. Pres: Neco, Zaire, 1966-70; Ecodis, Zaire, 1970-73 and Speed Food Services since 1978. Past Pres., Rotary Club of Burnaby. Dir: Michael J. Fox Theatre and Family Services of Greater Vancouver. Party: B.C. Lib. Address: Leg. Office: East Annex, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., V8V 1X4, (250)952-6784, Fax: (250)387-9102 Riding Office: M-5, 4277 Kingsway Ave., Burnaby, B.C., V5H 3Z2, (604)775-2414, Fax: (604)775-2550; Email: [email protected]

NURANEY, JOHN (Burnaby-Willingdon) Né le 31 oct. 1937 à Mombasa, Kenya. Fils de Mohamedali Nuraney et Rahemat Fazal Jiwan. Fit ses études à l'école sec. Aga Khan, Kenya. A.C.I.I., Londres, Angleterre. M. le 6 déc. 1964 à Gulshan Mistry. Trois enfants: Nick, Asim et Naseem. Carrière politique: Cand. é.g. 1996 et déf. Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la C.-B. é.g. 2001. Mem: Cté permanent spécial de la Santé; Cté permanent spécial des Finances et des Services gouv. Mem: Cté du Caucus multiculturelle, Cté du développement de l'économie Asiatique et Cté du Caucus gouv. de l'éducation. Carrière privée: Prop. du cinq restaurants A&W. Prés: Neco, Zaïre, 1966-70; Ecodis, Zaïre, 1970-73 et Speed Food Services depuis 1978. Ancien prés., Club Rotary de Burnaby. Dir: Michael J. Fox Theatre et Services à la famille du grand Victoria. Parti pol.: B.C. Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Annexe Est, Hôtel du Parlement, Victoria,
C.-B., V8V 1X4, (250)952-6784, Fax: (250)387-9102 Bureau Circonscription: M-5, 4277, av. Kingsway, Burnaby, C.-B., V5H 3Z2, (604)775-2414, Fax: (604)775-2550. Courriel: [email protected]

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