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Encyclopedia > Laurie Scott

Laurie Scott is a politician in Ontario, Canada. She is currently a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, representing the riding of Haliburton--Victoria--Brock for the Progressive Conservative Party. Her father, the late Bill Scott, was a federal Progressive Conservative MP from 1965 to 1993.


Scott is a registered nurse, with a degree from Loyalist College in Belleville. She has worked at Toronto General Hospital and Ross Memorial Hospital in central Ontario, and has also served on the Economic Development Committee in Kawartha Lakes.


In the Canadian general election of 2000, she ran in Haliburton--Victoria--Brock for the federal Progressive Conservative Party, but finished behind Liberal John O'Reilly and Canadian Alliance candidate Pat Dunn in a close, three-way race. From 2000 to 2003, she worked as an assistant to Progressive Conservative Senator Consiglio DiNino.


Scott was elected to the Ontario parliament in the 2003 provincial election, defeating Liberal candidate Jason Ward by over 7000 votes (Earl Manners of the NDP finished third). The Conservatives won only 24 seats (out of 103) in this election, and Scott was appointed opposition critic for Training, Colleges and Universities.


Scott is generally regarded as being on the moderate wing of her party. In 2004, she supported John Tory in his successful bid for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party.


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Soon after arriving in Britain in 1965, Laurie met Cornelius Cardew in London, which was the beginning of a long association.
Laurie worked closely with Cornelius Cardew on various collective projects, until his tragic death in 1981, such as with Peoples Liberation Music, Unity Records, Recreation Ground Theatre Company, Progressive Cultural Association and the joint work with Hardial Baines and the CCWC in Canada.
There is also further information on Laurie's involvement with the Canterbury Scene on their web site, as he worked with several of its members over the years.
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Laurie spoke with me about that decision earnestly and logically, with intelligence and knowledge about her profession, and understanding and empathy for me. Laurie left me to think about it, and I did stay with her as my listing agent.
Laurie is not only a very professional estate agent of high caliber, but she also cares about the people involved, sees what needs to be done, and she does it.
Laurie Scott is a rare find in realtors: honest, open, completely knowledgeable about what's available, and truly committed to understanding and honoring the interests of her clients.
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