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Rick Thorpe

Rick Thorpe
MLA for Okanagan-Westside
In office
1996–2009
Preceded by Jim Beattie
Succeeded by riding dissolved
Minister of Competition, Science and Enterprise of British Columbia
In office
June 5, 2001 – January 26, 2004
Premier Gordon Campbell
Minister of Provincial Revenue of British Columbia
In office
January 26, 2004 – June 23, 2008
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by Bill Barisoff
Succeeded by Kevin Krueger
Minister responsible for Deregulation of British Columbia
In office
June 16, 2005 – June 23, 2008
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by Kevin Falcon
Succeeded by Kevin Krueger
Minister of Small Business of British Columbia
In office
June 16, 2005 – June 23, 2008
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by John Les
Succeeded by Kevin Krueger
Personal details
Political party BC Liberal
Residence Summerland, British Columbia

Rick Thorpe is a Canadian politician. He was a BC Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly in the province of British Columbia from 1996 to 2009, representing the riding of Okanagan-Westside.

A Certified Management Accountant, Thorpe was employed in the brewing industry for 22 years and then was a partner in a winery. He served as president of the Okanagan Wine Festival in 1994 and 1995.[1]


References

  1. ^ "Rick Thorpe". Legislative Assembly of British Columbia:. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 


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