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  MacIntyre, Roly
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NameRoly MacIntyre
Address80 Robar St
Saint John, New Brunswick , Canada
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Born December 31, 1943 (78 years)
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InfoRoly MacIntyre is a native of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. He joined the former Unemployment Insurance Commission in 1971. He was transferred to Saint John, New Brunswick in 1976 as Regional Manager of the Unemployment Insurance Commission. In 1978, he was appointed District Manager of the newly created Department of Human Resource Development Canada. He spent 25 years as a senior public servant until his retirement in 1995.

He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick September 11, 1995, as the member for Saint John Champlain. On September 21, 1995, he was appointed Minister of Advanced Education and Labour. On May 14, 1998, he was appointed Minister of Economic Development, Tourism and Culture.

He was re-elected to the Legislature on June 9, 2003. He is a member of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations. As a member of the Official Opposition, he is the critic for areas of interest relating to energy.

He is the recipient of several awards: Sportsperson of the Year in 1991 for the City of Saint John, Canada’s Literacy Volunteer Award, the Canada 125 Medal, and the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for Community Service. He is also a member of the Canada J C I Senate.

He is active in the volunteer community. He has held numerous executive positions with a diverse range of organizations and clubs. He is past chair of PRO Kids and was chair of the New Brunswick Senior Friendship Games 2003. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Saint John, the Greater Saint John Economic Development Commission and the Saint John Airport Commission.

He has been supportive of youth in sports and served as District Administrator of Little League Canada; President of Simonds Minor Hockey Association; and Vice-Chairman of the New Brunswick Amateur Hockey Association.

Roly MacIntyre and his wife, the former Phyllis Coady, have three adult children and live in East Saint John.


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  09/18/2006 NB Legislative Assembly - Saint John East Won 59.66% (+26.29%)
  06/09/2003 NB Legislative Assembly - Saint John Champlain Won 40.07% (+12.11%)
  06/07/1999 NB Legislative Assembly - Saint John Champlain Lost 33.88% (-2.16%)
  09/11/1995 NB Legislative Assembly - Saint John Champlain Won 37.94% (+5.70%)
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