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Frank Philbrook

Frank A. Philbrook
Member of Parliament
for Halton
In office
July 1974 – March 1979
Personal details
Born (1931-11-09) November 9, 1931 (age 82)
Toronto, Ontario
Political party Liberal
Residence Oakville, Ontario
Profession physician

Frank Arthur Philbrook (born 9 November 1931 in Toronto, Ontario) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He graduated from the University of Toronto as MD in 1958, and was a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. He retired from medical practice in 2005.[1]

Before entering politics, he spent two years at a mission hospital in Kashmir and then four years as Medical Officer on a World Bank project in Pakistan. Upon returning to Canada, he became director of clinical research at Ortho-Pharmaceuticals Canada Ltd, before returning to private practice in 1973.

He was first elected at the Halton riding in the 1974 general election[2] and served in the 30th Canadian Parliament, but was defeated in the 1979 federal election by Otto Jelinek of the Progressive Conservative party.

Electoral record





External links

  • Frank Philbrook – Parliament of Canada biography
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