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Scott, Hon. Andy, P.C., B.A. (Fredericton) Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians

SCOTT, HON. ANDY, P.C., B.A. (Fredericton) Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians.

B. Mar. 16, 1955 in Barkers Point, N.B. S. of Keith and Gyda Scott. Ed. at Univ. of N.B. M. Dec. 1999 to Denise Cameron. Two children: Nathan and Nicholas. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1993. Re-elected g.e. 1997, 2000 and 2004. Sworn to the Privy Council Jun. 11, 1997 (Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien). Appt'd Solicitor General of Canada, Jun. 11, 1997. Resigned his portfolio, Nov. 23, 1998. Appt'd: Min. of State (Infrastructure), Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. and Regional Min. for New Brunswick, Dec. 12, 2003 and Min. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Fed. Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians and Regional Min. for New Brunswick, Jul. 21, 2004. Chair: Standing Ctee on Justice and Human Rights and Caucus Ctee on CBC. Mem: Sub-Ctee on Organized Crime and Sub-Ctee on Human Resources Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities. Private Career: Former Assistant Deputy Min. for Intergovernmental Affairs, N.B. Former Senior Policy Advisor to Premier Frank McKenna and to the former Exec. Dir. of the N.B. Lib. Party. Co-Chair, Theatre New Brunswick Fundraising Campaign. Mem., Fredericton Community Literacy Ctee. Mem. of the Bd., Cdn Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled. Founding Pres., Friends of Characters Incorporated. Party: Lib. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 407, Confederation Bldg., House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-1067, Fax: (613)996-9955 Riding Office: 61 Carleton St., Suite 100, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 3T2, (506)452-4110, Fax: (506)452-4076; Email: [email protected]


SCOTT, HON. ANDY, C.P., B.A. (Fredericton) Ministre des Affaires indiennes et du Nord canadien et Interlocuteur fédéral auprès des Métis et des Indiens non-inscrits. Né le 16 mars 1955 à Barkers Point, N.-B. Fils de Keith et Gyda Scott. Fit ses études à l'Univ. du N.-B. M. en déc. 1999 à Denise Cameron. Deux enfants: Nathan et Nicholas. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1993. Réélu é.g. 1997, 2000 et 2004. Assermenté au conseil privé le 11 juin 1997 (le Très hon. Jean Chretién). Nommé Solliciteur général du Canada le 11 juin 1997. Démissionne son portefeuille le 23 nov. 1998. Nommé: Min. d'État (Infrastructure), Soc. can. d'hypothèques et de logement et min. régional pour le N.-B. le 12 déc. 2003 et min. des Affaires indiennes et du Nord canadien et Interlocuteur fédéral auprès des Métis et des Indiens non-inscrits et min. régional pour le N.-B. le 21 juill. 2004. Prés: Cté permanent de la justice et des droits de la personne et Cté du Caucus de CBC. Mem: Sous-Cté sur le crime organisé et Sous-Cté du développement des ressources humaines et de la condition des personnes handicapées. Carrière privée: Ancien sous-min. adj. des Affaires intergouvernementales, N.-B. Ancien conseiller principal de la politique auprès du premier ministre Frank McKenna et de l'ancien dir. exéc. du Parti lib. du N.-B. Co-prés., campagne de financement du Théâtre Nouveau-Brunswick. Mem., Cté de l'alphabétisation de la communauté de Fredericton. Mem., conseil d'admin., Conseil can. pour la réadaptation des handicapés. Prés. fondateur de Friends of Characters Incorporated. Parti pol.: Lib. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 407, Édifice de la Confédération, Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)992-1067, Fax: (613)996-9955 Bureau Circonscription: 61, rue Carleton, Suite 100, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 3T2, (506)452-4110, Fax: (506)452-4076; Courriel: [email protected]

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