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Vandermeer, Tony (Edmonton-Manning)

VANDERMEER, TONY (Edmonton-Manning)

B. Oct. 8, 1962 in Edmonton, Alta. Ed. at Northern Alta. Inst. of Technology. M. to Patricia. Three children: William, Charlene and Samuel. Political Career: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 2001. Chair, Capital Planning Initiative. Mem: Standing Ctee on Law and Regulations; Standing Ctee on Private Bills and Standing Policy Ctee on Justice and Government Services. Private Career: Owner: Integra Homes Ltd. and Willchare Properties Ltd. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: 634 Legislature Annex, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9574, Fax: (780)415-0951 Riding Office: 5523 - 137 Ave., Edmonton, Alta., T5A 3L4, (780)414-0714, Fax: (780)414-0716; Email: [email protected]

VANDERMEER, TONY (Edmonton-Manning) Né le 8 oct. 1962 à Edmonton, Alta. Fit ses études à l'Inst. de technologie de l'Alta. du Nord. M. à Patricia. Trois enfants: William, Charlene et Samuel. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 2001. Prés., Initiative de planification des capitaux. Mem: Cté permanent des Lois et des Règlements; Cté permanent des Projets de loi d'intérêt privé et Cté permanent politique de la Justice et des Services gouvernementaux. Carrière privée: Propriétaire: Integra Homes Ltd. et Willchare Properties Ltd. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 634 Annexe de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 1E4, (780)415-9574, Fax: (780)415-0951 Bureau Circonscription: 5523 - 137e av., Edmonton, Alta., T5A 3L4, (780)414-0714, Fax: (780)414-0716; Courriel : [email protected]

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