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Shea, Hon. Gail Ann Marie (Tignish-Deblois) Minister of Transportation and Public Works

SHEA, HON. GAIL ANN MARIE (Tignish-Deblois) Minister of Transportation and Public Works.

B. Apr. 6, 1959 in Tignish, P.E.I. Dau. of Roy Doucette and Elva Perry. Ed. at Tignish Sec. School and Holland Coll. M. to Russell Shea. Five children: Sally, Kelly, Sandy, Holly and Shawn. Political Career: Cand. g.e. 1996. First elected to the P.E.I. Leg. g.e. 2000. Re-elected g.e. 2003. Appt'd: Min. of Community and Cultural Affairs, May 1, 2000 and Min. of Transportation and Public works, Aug. 22, 2002. Mem: Standing Ctee on Fisheries, Intergovernmental Affairs and Transportation; Strategic Planning and Treasury Bd. Private Career: Family business, 1980s. Revenue Canada, 1993-97. Assistant to the Premier of P.E.I., 1997-2000. Mem: Home and School Ass'n; Catholic Women's League and Royal Cdn Legion. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: Jones Building, 3rd Flr., Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1A 7N8, (902)368-5120, Fax: (902)368-5385; Email: [email protected]

SHEA, HON. GAIL ANN MARIE (Tignish-Deblois) Ministre des Transports et des Travaux publics. Née le 6 avr. 1959 à Tignish, I.-P.-É. Fille de Roy Doucette et Elva Perry. Fit ses études à l'école sec. de Tignish et au Coll. Holland. M. à Russell Shea. Cinq enfants: Sally, Kelly, Sandy, Holly et Shawn. Carrière politique: Cand. é.g. 1996. Élue pour la première fois à la légis. de l'I.-P.-É. é.g. 2000. Réélue é.g. 2003. Nommée: min. des Affaires communautaires et culturelles le 1er mai 2000 et min. des Transports et des Travaux publics le 22 août 2002. Mem: Cté permanent des Pêches, des Affaires intergouvernementales et des Transports; Cté de planification stratégique et Conseil du trésor. Carrière privée: Affaire de famille dans les années quatre-vingts. Revenu Canada, 1993-97. Adjointe au Premier ministre de l'I.-P.-É., 1997-2000. Mem: Assoc. foyer-école; Catholic Women's League et Légion royale can. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Édifice Jones, 3e étage, Charlottetown, I.-P.-É., C1A 7N8, (902)368-5120, Fax: (902)368-5385; Courriel électronique: [email protected]

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