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Reid, Judith


(Nanaimo-Parksville) Political Career: First elected to the B.C. Leg. by-election Dec. 14, 1998. Re-elected g.e. 2001. Appt'd Min. of Transportation, Jun. 5, 2001. Private Career: A shellfish farmer. Elected Dir., B.C. Shellfish Growers' Ass'n, 1993 and Vice-Pres., 1995. Home-based business facilitator. Party: B.C. Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., V8V 1X4, (250)953-5102 Riding Office: 101, 191 Jensen Ave. East, P.O. Box 1356, Parksville, B.C., V9P 2H3, (250)951-6021, Fax: (250)951-6025; Email: [email protected]

REID,JUDITH (Nanaimo-Parksville) Carrière politique: Élue pour la première fois à la légis. de la C.-B. élection partielle le 14 déc. 1998. Réélue é.g. 2001. Nommée min. des Transports le 5 juin 2001. Carrière privée: Cultivatrice de crustacé. Élue dir., Assoc. des cultivateurs et cultivatrices de crustacé de la C.-B. en 1993 et vice-prés. en 1995. facilitant Mason-basé d'affaires, gouv. Parti pol.: B.C. Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Bureau 306, Hôtel du Parlement, Victoria, C.-B., V8V 1X4, (250)387-1978 Bureau Circonscription: 101, 191, av. Jensen Est, C.P. 1356, Parksville, C.-B., V9P 2H3, (250)951-6021, Fax: (250)951-6025; Courriel : [email protected]

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