Fonds PR4273 - Doug Main fonds

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Doug Main fonds

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    PR4273

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    Date(s)

    • 1989-1992 (Creation)

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    Physical description

    3.05 m of textual records
    9 VHS tapes
    1 photograph

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    Name of creator

    (1946-)

    Biographical history

    Douglas Cameron Main was born in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan in 1946. He married Judy Sumner. He worked as a news anchor at CITV in Edmonton from 1975 to 1988. After running unsuccessfully as a Reform Party of Canada candidate in the 1988 federal election, he worked for a television production company in the sports, politics and tourism field.

    He was elected as a Progressive Conservative MLA in 1989 in the Edmonton-Parkallen electoral district. He served as Minister of Culture and Multiculturalism (1989-1992). He was a candidate in the 1993 provincial Progressive Conservative leadership race but was defeated by Ralph Klein. He lost his bid to retain his party's nomination for his riding in 1993, and he left office at the dissolution of the Legislative Assembly in 1993.

    After leaving office, he remained active in provincial Conservative politics.

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    Scope and content

    The fonds consists of records created and received by Doug Main during his term as the Minister of Culture and Multiculturalism.

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    The records were acquired by direct transfer from the department.

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        Please consult the Reference Archivist regarding access restrictions to these records.

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        Subject to the Copyright Act. Permission for use required.

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        Further accruals are not expected.

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        Includes accession PR1993.0071.

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            The scope and content is based on accession records.

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