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  Lee, Richard T.
AffiliationBC Liberals  
NameRichard T. Lee
Burnaby, British Columbia , Canada
Born 00, 1954
Died Still Living (61 years)
Last ModifedMonsieur
Apr 22, 2005 10:59pm
InfoRichard Lee was first elected as the MLA for the riding of Burnaby North in the 2001 provincial general election. Richard served as a member of the following committees:
• Government Caucus Committee on Economy and Government Operations
• Government Caucus Multicultural Committee
• Government Caucus Asian Economic Development Committee (as chair)
• Legislative Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services
• Legislative Select Standing Committee on Education
• Legislative Select Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs
• Legislative Special Committee to Appoint a Merit Commissioner (as vice-chair)
• Legislative Special Committee to review the Police Complaint process
• Legislative Special Committee to appoint a Police Complaint Commissioner

Previously, Richard was a programmer analyst at TRIUMF, Canada's national particle research facility. In 1976 he earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from UBC in physics and mathematics and in 1980 a Masters of Science from UBC in Applied Mathematics. While studying, Richard worked as a research assistant from 1975 to 1977 and then as a teaching assistant from 1977 to 1979 with the Department of Mathematics in UBC.

Richard’s community service includes:
• British Columbia Heritage Language Association (as a director)
• Burnaby District Parents’ Advisory Council
• Burnaby Chinese Parents Association (as the vice-president)
• Burnaby Multicultural Society (as a director)
• Burnaby Voters Non-Partisan Association (as a director)
• Civic Education Society (as a director)
• Vancouver Society in Support of Democratic Movement (as the chairperson)
• British Columbia Table Tennis Association (as an Honorary President)

Born in 1954, Richard and his wife Anne married in 1986 and have lived in the constituency since then. They have three children. Richard enjoys badminton, basketball, table tennis and bridge.


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