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Leonard Krog

Leonard Krog
MLA for Parksville-Qualicum
In office
1991–1996
Preceded by first member
Succeeded by Paul Reitsma
MLA for Nanaimo
Assumed office
2005
Preceded by Mike Hunter
Personal details
Born 1953/1954 (age 61–62)[1]
Nanaimo, British Columbia
Political party New Democrat

Leonard Eugene Krog (born in Nanaimo, British Columbia) is a Canadian politician and lawyer in British Columbia. He was first elected in the 1991 general election representing the riding of Parksville-Qualicum in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia and served as a backbencher in the Mike Harcourt NDP government. He ran for re-election in 1996 but was defeated by Paul Reitsma. He ran again in the 2005 election the Nanaimo constituency and defeated the Liberal incumbent Mike Hunter.

In 2003, he ran for the leadership of the NDP but lost to Carole James.

He is the opposition critic for the Attorney General in the legislature.

References

  1. ^ [1]

External links

  • Official Biography from the website of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
  • BC NDP Web Profile
  • Authorized constituency web site


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