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Encyclopedia > Cris Aglugub

Cris Aglugub is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. As of 2004, he is a member of the Manitoba legislature.


Aglugub was educated at Araneta University Foundation in the Philippines, and at Red River Community College in Manitoba. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture.


Before entering politics, he worked as a computer programmer and provided technical support to Manitoba Agriculture. He has served on the Mayor's Race Relations Committee and the Manitoba Citizenship Council's Language Bank, and is a Past President of the Philippine Association of Manitoba. He co-founded the Philippine Centre of Manitoba, and was instrumental in founding a community day care facility. During the 1990s, Aglugub helped facilitate a twinning agreement between Winnipeg and Manila, with a corresponding arrangement between the University of Manitoba and the University of the City of Manila.


Aglugub was elected to the Manitoba legislature in 1999, running as a New Democrat in the north Winnipeg riding of The Maples. He received 4329 votes against 2310 for his nearest opponent, Progressive Conservative Ellen Kowalski. Following the election, he was named Legislative Assistant to the Minister of Labour and Immigration, and subsequently to the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Trade. In 2003, he supported Bill Blaikie's bid to become leader of the federal New Democratic Party.


Aglugub was easily re-elected in the Manitoba general election of 2003, receiving about 68% of the vote in The Maples.


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Cris Aglugub - winnipedia.ca (222 words)
Cris Aglugub is a member of the Manitoba legislature.
Aglugub was educated at Araneta University Foundation in the Philippines, and at Red River Community College in Manitoba.
Aglugub was easily re-elected in the Manitoba general election of 2003, receiving about 68% of the vote in The Maples.
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