Betty Hinton, MP Masthead
Member of Parliament for Kamloops Thompson Cariboo
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Day Appoints Betty Hinton Multiculturalism Critic
Kamloops MP Takes New Role in Canadian Alliance Shadow Cabinet

June 18, 2001
Ottawa--- Stockwell Day, the Leader of the Official Opposition, is pleased to announce that Betty Hinton has taken over the role of Critic for Multiculturalism and Women's Affairs in the Canadian Alliance Shadow Cabinet.

"Betty Hinton has shown great dedication and intelligence since coming to Ottawa and I think she'll do a fine job on this sensitive and important portfolio, " said Mr. Day.

"Betty has extensive experience in municipal politics, she's run her own small business, and she handled her first assignment as the Canadian Alliance's Deputy Critic for Aboriginal Affairs with enthusiasm and skill," said Mr. Day.

Betty Hinton was first elected to Parliament in November 2000, representing the Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys riding in British Columbia.

"I am very pleased with my new assignment in the Canadian Alliance Shadow Cabinet. I believe my new role will also dovetail very well in my continuing role as the Chair of the Leader's Advisory Committee on Indian Affairs. In the coming months I look forward to holding the Liberal government accountable for its failed policies on Multiculturalism and Women's Affairs," said Hinton.

For more information contact the Canadian Alliance Media Office: (613) 947-2400 or
Betty Hinton, M.P. (250) 851-4991


 

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