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Rock, Hon. Allan, P.C., LL.B.


B. Aug. 30, 1947 in Ottawa, Ont. S. of Thomas Rock and Anne Torley. M. Jun. 24, 1983 to Debby Hanscom. Four children: Jason, Lauren, Andrew and Stephen. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1993. Re-elected g.e. 1997 and 2000. Sworn to the Privy Council Nov. 4, 1993 (Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien). Min. of Justice and Attorney General, Nov. 4, 1993 to Jun. 11, 1997. Min. of Health, Jun. 11, 1997 to Jan. 14, 2002. Appt'd Min. of Industry, Jan. 15, 2002. Vice-Chair, Special Ctee of Council. Private Career: Partner, Fasken, Campbell and Godfrey. Treasurer and Chief Executive Officer, Law Soc. of Upper Can. Former Chair, Cdn Bar Ass'n (Ont.), Civil Litigation Subsection. Mem., Queensway General Hospital. Party: Lib.

ROCK, HON. ALLAN, C.P., LL.B. Né le 30 août 1947 à Ottawa, Ont. Fils de Thomas Rock et Anne Torley. M. le 24 juin 1983 à Debby Hanscom. Quatre enfants: Jason, Lauren, Andrew et Stephen. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1993. Réélu é.g. 1997 et 2000. Assermenté au conseil privé le 4 nov. 1993 (le Très hon. Jean Chrétien). Min. de la Justice et Procureur général du 4 nov. 1993 au 11 juin 1997. Min. de la Santé du 11 juin 1997 au 14 janv. 2002. Nommé min. de l'Industrie le 15 janv. 2002. Vice-prés., Cté spécial du Conseil. Carrière privée: Associé, Fasken, Campbell and Godfrey. Trésorier et dir. général, Soc. du barreau du Haut-Can. Ancien prés., Assoc. du barreau can. (Ont.), Subdivision de litige civil. Mem., l'hôpital général Queensway. Parti pol.: Lib.

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