Fonds MG 2 volume 1974-1990 - Guy LeBlanc

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Guy LeBlanc

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MG 2 volume 1974-1990

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  • 5 m of textual records
  • 1 photograph

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Guy Joseph LeBlanc was born on 2 May 1950 in Saulnierville, N.S. He received a BA at Universite Sainte-Anne and a B.Ed. from Acadia University. He was employed as a teacher and then recreation co-ordinator for the Municipality of Clare prior to his first election win in 1984 for the Progressive Conservative Party. He served as minister of the environment (1985-1987), transportation and communications (1987 -1989), community services (1989 -1991), fisheries (1991-1992) and education (1992-1993). He was defeated in the general election of 1993.

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Consists of records documenting LeBlanc's political career. Contains constituency correspondence (1984-1993), correspondence, reports, and other material relating to legislative committees on community services, education, and public accounts (1989-1993); and correspondence, press releases and clippings accumulated by LeBlanc as minister (1985-1993). Also includes a briefing book and photograph pertaining to the Maritime Forum of Cabinets in Moncton in 1991.

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Donated by Guy LeBlanc in June 1993.


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