Chuck Cadman

Chuck Cadman

Charles "Chuck" Cadman (February 21, 1948 – July 9, 2005) was a Canadian politician and Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2005, representing the riding of Surrey North in Surrey, British Columbia.

Read more about Chuck Cadman:  Early Life, Political Career, Death, Electoral Record

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Dona Cadman - Legal Controversy
... In an interview after the budget vote, Chuck Cadman said he voted in favour of the budget simply because he was obeying the wishes of constituents who did not want to ... Dona Cadman alleged that her husband told her that prior to the vote, two Conservative Party officials offered her husband a million-dollar life insurance policy in exchange for his vote to bring down the ... in early 2008 in connection with the scheduled March 15, 2008 publication of Like A Rock The Chuck Cadman Story, by Vancouver journalist Tom Zytaruk ...
Chuck Cadman - Electoral Record
... Votes % ±pp Expenditures Independent Chuck Cadman 15,089 43.79% * $67,419 New Democratic Jim Karpoff 8,312 24.12% +16.77% $42,786 Liberal Dan Sheel 5,413 15.71% -13.16% $62,788. 2000 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Expenditures Alliance Chuck Cadman 19,973 56.10% +9.30% $54,054 Liberal Shinder Purewal 10,279 28.87% +0.71% $60,897 New Democratic Art Hildebrant 2,619 7.35% -11.70 ... election, 1997 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Expenditures Reform Chuck Cadman 16,158 46.80% +9.84% $56,674 Liberal Clayton J ...
James Moore (Canadian Politician) - Political Career - Chuck Cadman Bribery Allegations
... Dona Cadman had said that, prior to the May 19, 2005 budget vote, her husband Chuck Cadman was offered a million-dollar life insurance policy in exchange for his vote to bring ... Stephen Harper confirms financial considerations had been offered to Chuck Cadman had been altered ... He said the Tories have also forgotten a huge part of the allegations—the testimony of Cadman's widow, Dona Cadman ...

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