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Monday, Jun. 28, 2004

Leskowski, David

Ontario, Thunder Bay - Rainy River, Conservative Party of Canada

David Leskowski is the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) candidate in the riding of Thunder Bay-Rainy River, Ontario.

A member of the Interim Council (National Executive) of the Conservative Party, he was the First Vice-President of the Canadian Alliance and has served as a volunteer co-ordinator, a party association president and a candidate.

In the 2000 national election, David came within four percent of victory. This time, with no split in the conservative party, the combined CPC vote is expected to be over 40%, more than enough to surpass the Liberal vote percentage—which was 36.4%.

David is married to Lisa and they have two children, Jessica 17, and Jonathan, 14.

Lisa is the regional manager of the Ontario Multifaith Council (reintegration project), owns and operated Pinehouse Pottery and is a partner in the Willow Springs artisan gift store and studio.

David designs Anaerobic Digester systems and is involved in other energy projects in wood gasification and the non-combustible gasification of hazardous waste.

He has a background in environmental impairment insurance, has worked with various government agencies and has an extensive background in the insurance business.

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businessman

PERSONAL

David is married to Lisa and they have two children, Jessica 17, and Jonathan, 14

Contact information:

1088 Memorial Ave

Thunder Bay ON

P7A 6P9

Other Thunder Bay - Rainy River candidates:
 

Party L E T
Liberal 0 135 135
Cons. 0 99 99
BQ 0 54 54
NDP 0 19 19
Other 0 1 1
Total 0 308 308
Updated regularly
Majority=155
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