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Shirley Bond

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Premier  Christy Clark
Preceded by  Rich Coleman
Preceded by  Barry Penner
Premier  Gordon Campbell

Succeeded by  Suzanne Anton
Name  Shirley Bond
Premier  Christy Clark
Role  Politician
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Party  British Columbia Liberal Party
Education  College of New Caledonia, University of Northern British Columbia

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Shirley Bond (born 1956 or 1957) is a Canadian politician who was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 2001. She was re-elected for a fourth term as MLA for the Prince George-Valemount riding in 2013 and was appointed Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister responsible for Labour on June 10, 2013. Bond previously served as:

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  • Minister of Justice
  • Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure
  • Minister of Education and Minister Responsible for Early Learning and Literacy
  • Deputy Premier
  • Minister of Advanced Education and
  • Minister of Health Services.
  • She also served as vice-chair of the Treasury Board, chaired the Cabinet Committee on New Relationship Coordination, and sat as a member of the cabinet climate action committee. Before being elected to the legislative assembly, she served three terms on the Prince George school board. Bond lives in Prince George with Bill, her husband of more than 30 years, their twin adult children and their families, including grandsons Caleb and Cooper.

    Prior to being elected, Bond was also attending the University of Northern British Columbia but did not attain her bachelor's degree. She has an arts and sciences diploma from the College of New Caledonia.

    Shirley bond swearing in ceremony


    References

    Shirley Bond Wikipedia


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