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Friday, April 14, 2006

David Chomiak



David Walter Chomiak (February 15, 1953-) is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He is currently a Cabinet Minister in the New Democratic Party of Manitoba government of Gary Doer. Chomiak was born in Winnipeg, Manitobas mostly working-class north end, and currently lives in the West Kildonan area. He worked as a lawyer before entering politics, and was a member of the Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre, the Canadian Shield Foundation and the Big Brothers Association of Manitoba. Chomiak was first elected to the Manitoba legislature in the Manitoba general election, 1990, in the north Winnipeg riding of Kildonan (Manitoba riding). He defeated Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba candidate David Langtry by 210 votes, Progressive Party of Manitoba (II) leader Sidney Green finished fourth. After the election, dontayerde5Chomiak joined with 19 other NDP MLAs as the official opposition to Gary Filmons government. Chomiak was re-elected in the Manitoba general election, 1995, defeating Tory Robert Praznik 5812 votes to 3324. He again increased his margin of victory in the Manitoba general election, 1999, defeating PC candidate Shannon Martin by 6101 votes to 2542. The NDP won this election, and Chomiak was appointed to cabinet as Manitoba Minister of Health with responsibility for Sport (Manitoba Ministry). He was relieved of responsibility for Sport on January 17, 2001. In 2003, Chomiak supported Bill Blaikies campaign to lead the federal New Democratic Party. In 2003, he was re-elected in the once-marginal riding of acrobat reader downloadKildonan with over 70% of the vote. On October 12, 2004, he was appointed as Manitobas Manitoba Minister of Energy, Science and Technology, with responsibility for the adobe acrobat free downloadGaming Control Act (Manitoba ministry) and Manitoba Hydro acrobat distiller(Manitoba ministry. Chomiak adobe acrobat 70had been free adobe acrobat readerthe longest-serving Health Minister in Canada prior to this adobe acrobatshuffle, there are unconfirmed reports that he had requested a transfer to a less stressful portfolio. Chomiak is pro-life, but as fabionwgtfhealth minister never sought to criminalize abortions.

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