AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
1933.03.09 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
1979.05.22 - Peterborough, Ontario - Defeated.
1974.07.08 - Peterborough, Ontario - Re-Elected.
1972.10.30 - Peterborough, Ontario - Re-Elected.
1968.06.25 - Peterborough, Ontario - Re-Elected.
1965.11.08 - Peterborough, Ontario - Elected.
1963.04.08 - Peterborough, Ontario - Defeated.
1962.06.18 - Peterborough, Ontario - Defeated.
Deputy Speaker of
the House of Commons: 1968.09.12 - 1970.09.30.
Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (1977.09.16 - 1979.06.03).
Minister of State for Science and Technology (1976.09.14 - 1977.09.15).
Secretary of State of Canada (1972.11.27 - 1976.09.13).
Candidate for Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, 2002. First
ballot: 3rd place (out of four candidates) with 3,370 votes - 3.8%.
Stephen Harper won on the first ballot with 55%.
After leaving Parliament, Faulkner became an Alcan corporate executive.
He later owned the Domaine de Grand Cros vineyard in Provence, France.
Le Grand Cros (Faulkner's