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Newsletter. Issue 2004-15. Jul. 24, 2004
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The New Canadian Cabinet - Some Names
Ujjal Dosanjh Minister of Health

Vancouver South (British Columbia)
Ujjal Dosanjh was first elected to the House of Commons in 2004. Mr. Dosanjh served as Premier of British Columbia from February 2000 until May 2001. Prior to this, he served as the Attorney General of British Columbia from August 1995 until February 2000.

Mr. Dosanjh came to Canada in 1968 and joined the labour force while taking evening classes at community college. Eventually he attended Simon Fraser University, where he graduated with honours. He went on to attend the University of British Columbia Law School and graduated in 1976 with his bachelor of laws degree.

Mr. Dosanjh currently practices law at Dosanjh Wolley in Vancouver. He and his wife, Raminder, have three sons.

Judy Sgro Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
York West (Ontario)
Judy Sgro was first elected to the House of Commons in a by-election in November 1999 and was re-elected in the 2000 and 2004 general elections. Most recently, she was Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. Previously, she served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services, as Chair of the Prime Minister's Caucus Task Force on Urban Issues and as a member of the Standing Committee on Health.

Ms. Sgro served on the North York City Council from 1987 to 1994, where she chaired the mayor’s task force on drugs as well as the intergovernmental affairs committee. In 1994, she was elected to Metropolitan Toronto Council as a regional councillor. In 1998, she served as vice-chair of the Toronto police services board. Ms. Sgro is married and has three children.

Canadian Olympic athletes won't have to sweat the small stuff
TORONTO, July 20 /CNW/ - With temperatures expected to soar above 27 degrees this year in Athens, Canadian Olympic athletes will stay in the Games by sporting Adidas deodorant products. They will be able to stay cool, dry, and sweat-free during the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Many Canadian
Olympic athletes could be wearing product from the Adidas Personal Care line while competing for a gold medal for Canada.
As the Official Deodorant and Anti-Perspirant Supplier for the Canadian Olympic Team, Adidas will help keep the athletes cool during the Games by providing each member of Canadian Team with products from the Adidas Personal Care collection. Adidas has supplied a combination of deodorant products, including 24hr Fragrance Deodorant Spray, ACTIVE Anti-perspirants and ACTIVE deodorants, each in a variety of fresh scents to each athlete.

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