Re-Elect and restore Stockwell Day as the Canadian Alliance Leader in 2002 and the future Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada in 2004

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The Honourable Stockwell Day, current Leader of the Official Opposition, Leader of the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance and the next Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada The Honourable Stockwell Day
Leader of the Official Opposition
Leader of the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

Leader's Biography

Party Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance
Date of Birth August 16, 1950
Place of Birth Barrie, Ontario
Place of Residence Ottawa, ON and Penticton, BC
Family Wife, Valorie and three sons
Religion Pentecostal
Published Books None
Education University of Victoria, Northwest Bible College

Political Experience

  • First elected to Alberta Legislature (Red Deer), 1986.

  • Held various cabinet portfolios in the Progressive Conservative governments of Don Getty and Ralph Klein including Chief Whip, Government House Leader, Minister of Labour, Minister of Social Services, Provincial Treasurer and Deputy Premier, 1986-2000.

  • Chaired the Winds of Change conference on uniting "small c" conservative voters in Canada, 1996.

  • Founding member of the United Alternative Steering Committee.

  • Successful bid to lead the Canadian Conservative Reform Alliance Party, July 2000.

  • First elected to the House of Commons (Okanagan-Coquihalla) in a by-election.

  • Sworn in as a Member of Parliament and Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition in the House of Commons, September 19, 2000.

Professional Experience

  • Funeral Assistant, 1968-70.

  • Deckhand, 1971-72.

  • Auctioneer, 1972-74.

  • Logger, 1974.

  • Outfitter, 1975.

  • Youth Counsellor, 1976-77.

  • Meat Packer, 1977.

  • Assistant Pastor and Administrator of Bentley Christian School in Bentley, Alberta, 1978-85.

Personal Experience

Supporters of Stockwell Day

Copyright 2001 Stockwell Day : The Next Step : Day for 2002 Leadership of the CA Campaign. Authorized by Canada Day For Stockwell, both 7-1-2001.