Lynn Hunter Net Worth
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$3’000’000. *This information was provided by Kip Coyne, 35 years old. Job: (Sales Representative, Petroleum Products). From Mount Olivet, Kentucky
$94’000’000. *This information was provided by Ivette Andon, 51 years old. Job: (Impersonator, Character). From Rock Point, Maryland
$49’000’000. *This information was provided by Albert, 32 years old. From Northwood, New Hampshire
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How Tall is Lynn Hunter?
How Much Weight Does Lynn Hunter?
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1,60m.**This information was provided by Peyton Ostwald, 29 years old. From Edenton, North Carolina.
1,83m.***This information was provided by Aylmer, 35 years old. From Paulina, Louisiana.
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86kg.**This information was provided by Malorie, 59 years old. From Northport, Washington.
64kg.***This information was provided by Elise Warner, 33 years old. From Industry, Texas.
Lynn Hunter information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1947-01-20
Lynn Hunter (born 20 January 1947 in Comox, British Columbia) was a member of the Canadian House of Commons from 1988 to 1993. Her backilogramround prior to election included graduating with distinction in Political Science and History from the University of Victoria in 1985. She then went on to become the Vancouver Island Coordinator for OXFAM Canada, work which included a fact finding trip to Sudan and Eritrea in 1986 to assess the effects of the war and famine in that region.Hunter became a New Democratic Party member of Parliament after winning the Saanich—Gulf Islands electoral district in the 1988 federal election. She served on a number of Parliamentary Committees in the 34th Canadian Parliament including the Environment Committee, two separate committees on the Canadian Constitution and was a frequent contributor to the External Affairs Committee but lost to Jack Frazer of the Reform Party in the 1993 federal election.From 1994 to 2006 she worked as an aquaculture specialist for the David Suzuki Foundation, the Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform (CAAR) and the Pure Salmon Campaign to safeguard wild salmon and to establish sustainable salmon farming.In 2008 she was elected to Victoria City Council, a post she held until 2011.She has volunteered extensively with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. Her daughter was diagnosed with the disease in March, 1999. She was the Chair of the South Vancouver Island Chapter of the MS Society and the also Chair of the BC-Yukon Division and was also chair of the National Government Relations Committee and a member of the National Governance Committee until 2009 when her council duties prevented her from continuing. In 2013 she rejoined both the local Chapter of the MS Society and also now sits as a member at large on the BC Yukon Division Board. She also serves on the board of RAVEN Trust, a non-profit organization which raises funds in support of First Nations litigation against federal and provincial governments and industry who violate the traditional territories of First Nations.She is a practising Unitarian.  and sits on the Board of the First Unitarian Church of Victoria.She lives in the James Bay neighbourhood of Victoria with her partner, Dr. Don Armstrong.