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Robichaud, Hon. Elvy, B.E.P., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Tracadie-Sheila) Minister of Health and Wellness

ROBICHAUD,HON. ELVY,B.E.P., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Tracadie-Sheila) Minister of Health and Wellness.

B. Apr. 3, 1951 in Tracadie, N.B. S. of Charles and Lydia Robichaud. Ed. at Univ. of Moncton (B.E.P., 1975; B.Ed., 1981; M.Ed., 1983). M. to Claudia Mazerole. Three children: Pierre, Bernard and Brigitte. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the N.B. Leg. by-election Sept. 26, 1994. Re-elected g.e. 1995, 1999 and 2003. Former Opposition House Leader. Official Opposition Critic for Health; Community Services; Municipalities; Culture, Sports; Fisheries and Aquaculture. Elected Interim Leader of the Opposition, Nov. 4, 1997. Sworn in as Min. of Education, Jun. 21, 1999. Min. of Education, Min. resp. for the Culture and Sport Secretariat and Min. resp. for the Premier's Task Force on the Acadian Peninsula, Mar. 23, 2000 to Oct. 9, 2001. Appt'd: Min. of Health and Wellness and Min. resp. for the Office of Human Resources, Oct. 9, 2001 and Min. of Health and Wellness, Jun. 27, 2003. Former Mem: Standing Ctee on Procedure; Standing Ctee on Law Amendments; Standing Ctee on Public Accounts and Select Ctee on Demographics. Municipal: Alderman, Tracadie (two mandates). School Bd. Chair., 1989. Private Career: Hospital Bd. Chair, 1984-85. Dir., Tracadie Hospital, 1986-90. Principal: La Rencontre School, 1990-93 and Le Tremplin School, 1993-94. Party: P.C. Address: Riding Office: 422 Arseneau St., Tracadie-Sheila, N.B., E1X 1B3, (506)394-4433, Fax: (506)394-4432 Home: 776 Rivière-à-la-truite Rd., Rivière-à-la-truite, N.B., E1X 2M8 Minister's Office: Carleton Place, 520 King St., P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-2581, Fax: (506)453-5442; Email: [email protected]

ROBICHAUD,HON. ELVY,B.E.P., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Tracadie-Sheila) Ministre de la Santé et du Mieux-être. Néle 3 avr. 1951 à Tracadie, N.-B. Fils de Charles et Lydia Robichaud. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de Moncton (B.E.P., 1975; B.Ed., 1981; M.Ed., 1983). M. à Claudia Mazerole. Trois enfants: Pierre, Bernard et Brigitte. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. du N.-B. élection partielle le 26 sept. 1994. Réélu é.g. 1995, 1999 et 2003. Ancien Leader parlementaire de l'Opposition. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière de la Santé; des Services communautaires; des Municipalités; de la Culture; des Sports; des Pêches et de l'Aquaculture. Élu Chef intérimaire de l'Opposition le 4 nov. 1997. Assermenté comme min. de l'Éducation le 21 juin 1999. Min. de l'Éducation, min. chargé du Secrétariat à la culture et au sport et min. resp. du Cté d'action du Premier ministre pour la Péninsule acadienne du 23 mars 2000 au 9 oct. 2001. Nommé: min. de la Santé et du Mieux-être et min. resp. du Bureau des ressources humaines le 9 oct. 2001 et min. de la Santé et du Mieux-être le 27 juin 2003. Ancien mem: Cté permanent sur la Procédure; Cté permanent sur les Amendements de la loi; Cté permanent sur les Comptes publics et Cté spécial sur les Démographiques. Municipale: Échevin, ville de Tracadie (deux mandats). Prés., conseil scolaire en 1989. Carrière privée: Prés., conseil de l'hôpital, 1984-85. Dir., l'hôpital de Tracadie, 1986-90. Dir: l'école La Rencontre, 1990-93 et l'école Le Tremplin, 1993-94. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Circonscription: 422, rue Arseneau, Tracadie-Sheila, N.-B., E1X 1B3, (506)394-4433, Fax: (506)394-4432 Résidence: 776, chemin Rivière-à-la-truite, Rivière-à-la-truite, N.-B., E1X 2M8 Bureau du ministre: Place Carleton, 520, rue King, C.P. 6000, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 5H1, (506)453-2581, Fax: (506)453-5442; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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