Bryce Stuart Mackasey C.P., LL.D. (Québec, 25 août 1921 - Montréal, 5 septembre 1999) fut un homme d'affaires, marchand et homme politique fédéral du Québec et de l'Ontario et provincial du Québec. Né à Québec, M. Mackasey entama un carrière politique en servant comme échevin dans le conseil municipal de la ville de Verdun de 1958 à 1962.

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  • Bryce Stuart Mackasey C.P., LL.D. (Québec, 25 août 1921 - Montréal, 5 septembre 1999) fut un homme d'affaires, marchand et homme politique fédéral du Québec et de l'Ontario et provincial du Québec. Né à Québec, M. Mackasey entama un carrière politique en servant comme échevin dans le conseil municipal de la ville de Verdun de 1958 à 1962.
  • Bryce Stuart Mackasey, PC (August 25, 1921 – September 5, 1999) was a Canadian Member of Parliament, Cabinet minister, and Ambassador to Portugal.Born in Quebec City, Quebec, he was elected as a Liberal candidate in the riding of Verdun in the 1962 federal election. He was re-elected in the 1963, 1965, 1968, 1972, and 1974 elections. He resigned in 1976 to run in the Quebec provincial election that year, and was elected to the Quebec National Assembly for the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. He resigned in 1978 to run in a federal by-election in the riding of Ottawa Centre, but was defeated. From 1978 to 1979, he served briefly as President of Air Canada. He was re-elected in the riding of Lincoln in the 1980 election.He held numerous ministerial positions including Labour, Manpower and Immigration, Secretary of State, Postmaster General of Canada and Consumer and Corporate Affairs.When Mackasey left office in 1984 Prime Minister John Turner appointed him Ambassador to Portugal; this led to Conservative leader Brian Mulroney's famous comment about patronage, "There's no whore like an old whore". Mulroney canceled the appointment shortly after he was elected and appointed Liberal former Speaker of the House Lloyd Francis in Mackasey's place.
  • Bryce Stuart Mackasey PC (* 25. August 1921 in Québec, Québec; † 5. September 1999) war ein kanadischer Unternehmer, Industrieller, Kaufmann und Politiker der Liberalen Partei Kanadas, der 18 Jahre lang Abgeordneter des Unterhauses sowie mehrmals Minister war.
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  • Bryce Stuart Mackasey PC (* 25. August 1921 in Québec, Québec; † 5. September 1999) war ein kanadischer Unternehmer, Industrieller, Kaufmann und Politiker der Liberalen Partei Kanadas, der 18 Jahre lang Abgeordneter des Unterhauses sowie mehrmals Minister war.
  • Bryce Stuart Mackasey, PC (August 25, 1921 – September 5, 1999) was a Canadian Member of Parliament, Cabinet minister, and Ambassador to Portugal.Born in Quebec City, Quebec, he was elected as a Liberal candidate in the riding of Verdun in the 1962 federal election. He was re-elected in the 1963, 1965, 1968, 1972, and 1974 elections. He resigned in 1976 to run in the Quebec provincial election that year, and was elected to the Quebec National Assembly for the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
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