Roly MacIntyre

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Roly MacIntyre
Member of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
for Saint John East
Saint John Champlain
(1995-1999, 2003-2006)
In office
June 9, 2003 – September 27, 2010
Preceded by Carole Keddy
Succeeded by Glen Tait
In office
September 11, 1995 – June 7, 1999
Preceded by George Jenkins[1]
Succeeded by Carole Keddy
Personal details
Born 1943 (age 73–74)
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Political party Liberal
Occupation Banker

Roly MacIntyre (born 1943) is a former civil servant and politician in the province of New Brunswick, Canada. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in 1995 and re-elected in 2003 and 2006 after having been defeated in 1999.

MacIntyre was born in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. He was district manager for Niagara Finance and Niagara Mortgage & Loan from 1964 to 1971. MacIntyre married Phyllis Coady. In 1971, he joined the federal Unemployment Insurance Commission, moving to Saint John, New Brunswick in 1976 after he became regional manager. In 1978, he became district manager for Human Resources Development Canada. He retired in 1995.

He represented the electoral district of Saint John East (formerly Saint John Champlain from 1995 to 2006) and was a member of the cabinet from 1995 to 1999 and again from 2006 to 2008.

References[edit]

Provincial Government of Shawn Graham
Cabinet Post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
Bev Harrison Minister of Supply and Services
2006–2008
Keir succeeded MacIntyre on an acting basis
Jack Keir
Special Cabinet Responsibilities
Predecessor Title Successor
Jeannot Volpé Minister responsible for the
Regional Development Corporation

2006–2008
Boudreau succeeded MacIntyre on an acting basis
Victor Boudreau
Provincial Government of Camille Thériault
Cabinet Post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
James Lockyer Minister of Economic Development, Tourism and Culture
1998–1999
Peter Mesheau
Provincial Government of Ray Frenette
Cabinet Post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
himself in
McKenna government
Minister of Advanced Education and Labour
1997–1998
Kingston served as Minister of Labour
Richard served as Minister of Education
Joan Kingston and
Bernard Richard
Provincial Government of Frank McKenna
Cabinet Post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
Camille Thériault Minister of Advanced Education and Labour
1995–1997
himself in
Frenette government