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Anne McLellan

Academic and politician, Anne McLellan served four terms as a member of the Canadian Parliament from 1993 to 2006. She held several cabinet positions, including Health Minister 2002 - 2003 and Deputy Prime Minister thereafter. Having lost her re-election bid for a fifth term, McLellan returned to the University of Alberta where she had taught law and served as dean prior to her career in government. In 2006 she was appointed Distinguished Scholar in Residence in the newly established Institute of United States Policy Studies. McLellan continues her involvement in health care issues as evidenced by her board position with the royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.

Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Institute for US Policy Studies, University of Alberta

Academic and politician, Anne McLellan served four terms as a member of the Canadian Parliament from 1993 to 2006. She held several cabinet positions, including Health Minister 2002 - 2003 and Deputy Prime Minister thereafter. Having lost her re-election bid for a fifth term, McLellan returned to the University of Alberta where she had taught law and served as dean prior to her career in government. In 2006 she was appointed Distinguished Scholar in Residence in the newly established Institute of United States Policy Studies. McLellan continues her involvement in health care issues as evidenced by her board position with the royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.

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Anne McLellan


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