Gary Lunn

Born May 8, 1957

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    San Francisco Chronicle - Mar 10, 2013
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1957 Birth Born on May 8, 1957.


1997 40 Years Old 1 More Event
He served in the House of Commons from 1997 to 2011, first as a member of the Reform Party of Canada and subsequently as a member of the Canadian Alliance and the Conservative Party of Canada. … Read More
2001 44 Years Old He briefly sat with the Democratic Representative Caucus under the leadership of Chuck Strahl, but in November 2001, he left to rejoin the Alliance after Day agreed to hold a leadership race.
2002 45 Years Old He was permitted to return to the party in January 2002, during the leadership of John Reynolds, following Day's resignation.
2006 49 Years Old 1 More Event
In the federal election of 2006, he won re-election against Liberal Candidate Sheila Orr and NDP candidate Jennifer Burgis.


2008 51 Years Old …  His controversial political legacy has been marred by serious questions in the media about the possibility of election campaign over-spending from as far back as 2008 and his noted anti-environmental record when he was "trying to push nuclear power, rev up the oil sands, and make way for more pipelines and supertankers on B.C.'s coast."
2011 54 Years Old Lunn lost his seat in the 2011 federal election in Canada in an upset to the Leader of the Green Party, Elizabeth May. … Read More
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