Frank Fingland

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Frank Fingland
25th Commissioner of Yukon
In office
November 1, 1978 – January 20, 1979
Prime MinisterPierre Trudeau
PremierChris Pearson
Preceded byArthur MacDonald Pearson
Succeeded byIone Jean Christensen
Personal details
Born1928 (age 90–91)
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Frank Fingland (born 1928) was the interim Commissioner of Yukon in Canada from November 1, 1978 until January 19, 1979.[2] He was preceded by Arthur MacDonald Pearson and succeeded by Ione Jean Christensen.

Fingland adopted a First Nations son, John. His family, living in Ontario, moved to Yukon when Fingland was appointed Yukon's deputy minister of finance.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Former Commissioners of Yukon Territory
  2. ^ http://yukonlegislaturespeaks.ca/index.php/biographies/commissioner/frank-fingland
  3. ^ Duncan, Jonathan; McCarthy, Terry (June 29, 2015). "Finding a Path Forward". Harper Street Publishing. Retrieved December 5, 2015.