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Margaret MacDiarmid

 

Margaret MacDiarmid

The Honourable
Dr. Margaret MacDiarmid
MLA
MLA for Vancouver-Fairview
In office
2009–2013
Preceded by Jenn McGinn
Succeeded by George Heyman
Minister of Education and Minister Responsible for Early Learning and Literacy of British Columbia
In office
June 10, 2009 – October 25, 2010
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by Shirley Bond
Succeeded by George Abbott
Minister of Tourism, Trade and Investment and Minister Responsible for the Intergovernmental Relations Secretariat of British Columbia
In office
October 25, 2010 – March 14, 2011
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by Kevin Krueger
Minister of Education
of British Columbia
In office
November 25, 2010 – March 14, 2011
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by George Abbott
Succeeded by George Abbott
Minister of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government
of British Columbia
In office
September 26, 2011 – September 5, 2012
Premier Christy Clark
Preceded by Stephanie Cadieux
Minister of Health
of British Columbia
In office
September 5, 2012 – June 2013
Premier Christy Clark
Preceded by Michael de Jong
Succeeded by Terry Lake
Personal details
Political party BC Liberal
Occupation Physician

Margaret MacDiarmid is a Canadian politician, former B.C. Minister of Health, and also served as Minister of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government. She was elected as a Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 2009 provincial election, representing the riding of Vancouver-Fairview. She previously served as Minister of Education, Minister of Tourism, Trade and Investment and Minister Responsible for the Intergovernmental Relations Secretariat. She was defeated in the 2013 provincial election by New Democrat candidate George Heyman.[1]

References

External links

  • Legislative Assembly web site
  • personal web site


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