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Brian Fitzpatrick (Canadian politician)

Brian Fitzpatrick
MP
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Prince Albert
In office
2000 – 2008
Preceded by Derrek Konrad
Succeeded by Randy Hoback
Personal details
Born (1945-11-18) November 18, 1945
Assiniboia, Saskatchewan
Political party Conservative
Other political
affiliations
Canadian Alliance (2000-2003)
Spouse(s) Zinaida Fitzpatrick
Residence Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Profession lawyer

Brian Fitzpatrick (born November 18, 1945 in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian politician.

After serving as a board of education trustee in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Fitzpatrick ran in the Canadian federal election, 2000 for the Canadian Alliance. He was elected to the House of Commons of Canada, and, after the Canadian Alliance merged into the Conservative Party of Canada, he ran again and won. In both elections, he ran in the riding of Prince Albert which he represents. Fitzpatrick also ran in the Canadian federal election, 1993 for the Reform Party of Canada in the riding of Mackenzie but he lost. He is a lawyer and the former opposition critic of Litigation, Rural Development, Regional Development and New and Emerging Markets.

External links

  • How'd They Vote?: Brian Fitzpatrick's voting history and quotes
  • Parliament Webpage
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