Brown, Donald Garth

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Brown, Donald Garth

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1942-1987

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Garth Brown a founding member of the NDP, ran as a candidate for Point Grey in 1966 and was active in TEAM campaigns from 1968 to 1972. He chaired the NDP Labour Policy Committee (1973-1979) and was a campaign chairman in 1981-1982 for Vancouver/Little Mountain. Brown worked at the Eburne Sawmill as Plant Chairman and headed the Plant Committee through most of the 1970s, and was an active committee member in the 1980s. As Regional Co-ordinator of the LESC/CLC (1979-1982), Brown was at the centre of labour education in B.C., co-ordinating CLC programs and advising other organizations.

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