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|Minister of Children and Families of British Columbia|
February 29, 2000 – November 1, 2000
|Preceded by||Lois Boone|
|Succeeded by||Edward John|
|Born||Patricia Gretchen Mann
December 23, 1938
|Political party||New Democratic|
Patricia Gretchen Mann Brewin (born December 23, 1938) was elected as Mayor of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, in November 1985 and served until 1990. She was the first female mayor in the city's history.
She served as a NDP Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for the riding of Victoria-Beacon Hill from 1991 to 2001. Brewin was speaker for the assembly from March 1998 to February 2000. From February to November 2000, she was a member of the provincial cabinet, serving as Minister for Children and Families.
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