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SZABO, Paul John Mark, B.Sc., M.B.A., C.A.
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Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1948.05.10
Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Chartered accountant
Notes: Of Slovak origin.
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 6398 Days (17 years, 6 months, 7 days)
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ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 2011.05.02 Defeated
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 2008.10.14 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 2006.01.23 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 2004.06.28 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 2000.11.27 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 1997.06.02 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Maiden speech. Liberal 1993.10.25 Elected
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 1984.09.04 Defeated
Mississauga South, Ontario Liberal 1980.02.18 Defeated

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Liberal 1993.10.25 - 2011.05.01

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Parliamentary Secretary

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Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services 2000.09.01 - 2003.01.12

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Department Parliamentary Secretary Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 2000.09.01 - 2002.08.05
Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

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^ Sole Author Books

  • The child poverty solution.
    [Ottawa : The Author] ; 1999. 120 p.

  • Divorce: the bold facts.
    Ottawa : The Author; 1997. 80 p.

  • The ethics and science of stem cells.
    [Ottawa : The Author]; 2002. 120 p.

  • Fetal alcohol syndrome: the real brain drain.
    [Ottawa?] : The Author; 2000. 120 p.

  • Strong families-- make a strong country.
    [Mississauga, Ont.?] : The Author; 1997. 120 p.

  • Tragic tolerance -- of domestic violence.
    [Ottawa?] : The Author; [1998]. 120 p.


Articles

  • Alcohol abuse hastens HIV signs (US Air Force study).
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (6):1-2 June 1, 1989.

  • Alcohol/blood pressure tie probed.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (5):4 May 1, 1988.

  • Alcoholic liver research: caution on placebo effect.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (3):9 Mar. 1989.

  • Amantadine may help cocaine users hold on.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (7):3 July 1, 1989.

  • Amateur sports coming to grips with drug use.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (9):8 Sept. 1, 1987.

  • Athletes' anecdotal evidence contradicts steroid studies.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (4):4 Apr. 1, 1988.

  • Babies' eye tests reveal cocaine mothers.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (4):3 Apr. 1988.

  • BALs (blood alchohol levels) up in injured pedestrians.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (2):3 Jan. 1, 1991.

  • BC methadone treatment said to be still 'up in the air'.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (6):4 June 1, 1988.

  • BCMA wants lowered levels of smoking and drinking.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (2):12 Feb. 1988.

  • Blackouts simple indicator.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (8):4 Dec./Jan. 1991.

  • British check addiction potency (of smokeless tobacco).
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (5):3 June/July 1991.

  • Caffeine -- drug of dependence?.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (2):4 Jan. 1, 1991.

  • Caffeine ups drugs' toxicity: cocaine and amphetamine used in study.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (5):4 June/July 1991.

  • Canada needs health goals to cut smoking, alcohol deaths.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (4):1 Apr. 1, 1989.

  • Canadian MDs given guide to help patients quit smoking.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (4):4 Aug./Sept. 1992.

  • Canadian MDs reject mandatory HIV tests.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (5):6 Oct./Nov. 1992.

  • Charter condemning drugs to be reviewed at Olympics.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (9):3 Sept. 1, 1988.

  • Chronic hep C linked with IV drug use.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (4):5 Aug./Sept. 1992.

  • Cig sales to kids slammed.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (2):2 Feb. 1, 1990.

  • Cocaine babies' problems surface year later.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (5):3 June/July 1991.

  • Cocaine stats show use higher than expected: ADDC (Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Commission of New Brunswick): tough fiscal times, changing needs.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (8):8 Sept. 1, 1989.

  • Coke use linked to memory loss.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (2):4 Jan. 1, 1991.

  • Community prevention is vital on inhalants.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (6):3 Dec. 1992.

  • Costs high for cocaine babies.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (6):2 Aug. 1991.

  • Dissatisfied sleepers turn -- unwisely -- to alcohol.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (6):3 Aug. 1991.

  • Doctor's group supports triple prescription plan (to prevent drug abuse) .
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 17 (10):5 Oct. 1, 1988.

  • Donwood adopts public health mode.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (4):12 Aug./Sept. 1992.

  • Double-doctoring cut dramatically by (Alberta) triple script control system.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (11):4 Nov. 1, 1987.

  • Drinking is key in sports fatalities: fishing produces most deaths.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (3):3 Mar. 1, 1988.

  • Drug costs expected to rise.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (2):4 Apr. 1993.

  • Drug use 'epidemic' in Canadian athletes.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (3):1 Mar. 1, 1988.

  • Economic summit leads to drug task force.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 17 (7):1 July 1, 1988.

  • Female moderate drinkers at reduced coronary risk?.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (5):4 May 1, 1988.

  • Global anti-tobacco plan shapes up.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (5):1 May 1, 1990.

  • GPs self-treat alcohol problems.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (3):8 May 1993.

  • GPs 'uncomfortable' with alcohol treatment: cigs, drugs, exercise rated more important.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (12):3 Dec. 1, 1990.

  • Gynecologists need alcoholism info.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (10):9 Oct. 1, 1987.

  • Helping the impaired physician: Canadian MDs take the first steps.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (4):8 June 1993.

  • High-risk women want info (on how to change their lifestyles during pregnancy).
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (5):1 Oct./Nov. 1992.

  • Hospital detects dependency problems: up to 26 patients referred each month.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 17 (8):13 Aug. 1, 1988.

  • Hot tubs, alcohol bad mix.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (10):9 Oct. 1, 1987.

  • Hypertensives use diet controls: drinking less is key.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 17 (6):4 June 1, 1988.

  • In-community care good for skid-rowers (Minneapolis project).
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (7):3 July 1, 1989.

  • Jury is 'still out' over links between coffee, heart disease.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (5):4 June/July 1991.

  • Kids' ear infections again tied to passive smoking.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (4):12 Aug./Sept. 1992.

  • Kids' risks from secondhand smoke greater for Crohn's than for colitis.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (5):13 Oct./Nov. 1992.

  • Liberal drinking habits haunt north (Yukon).
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 17(11):13 Nov. 1, 1988.

  • MDMA restrictions too hasty?.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (7):4 July 1, 1989 .

  • MDs front-line for early intervention work.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (2):15 Jan. 1, 1991.

  • Methadone fires CMSAOD debate: strict new federal guidelines initiated.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (1):6 Mar. 1993.

  • Methadone numbers up as guidelines change.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (12):5 Dec. 1, 1990.

  • Needles imbedded in necks of long-term IV drug users.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (3):7 June/July 1992.

  • No 'key' federal addictions role in Canada.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (8):5 Dec./Jan 1991.

  • Older physicians over-prescribing selves, families.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 17 (10):5 Oct. 1, 1988.

  • OMA considers own substance abuse program.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (2):2 Apr. 1993.

  • Oregon's health-care 'revolution' tackles substance abuse issues.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (3):4 June/July 1992.

  • Overfilled ampoules fuel MDs' addiction.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (2):1 Apr. 1993.

  • Personal, community call to action: B.C. (alcohol and drug abuse) prevention campaign.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 18 (3):2 Mar. 1989.

  • Perspectives differ on women MDs' health.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (2):2 Apr. 1993.

  • Potential organ donors unworried about alcohol's link to cirrhosis.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (4):4 Aug./Sept. 1992.

  • Professionals self-report average drug use.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (1):2 Feb./Mar. 1993.

  • Research suggests how alcohol can protect heart.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (4):4 Apr. 1, 1991.

  • Results (of dual-disorder patients) match hard-to-treat (addicted patients).
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 ( 1): 4 Feb./Mar. 1992.

  • Smokeless tobacco, cigs on a par.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (5):3 June/July 1991.

  • Smokeless tobacco: youngsters mirror their heroes' habits.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (6):16 Aug. 1991.

  • Smoking bans do/don't work in clinics.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (10):3 Oct. 1990.

  • Spotlight on sports stars inhibits rehab.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (10):9 Oct. 1, 1987.

  • STDs seen in coke-care emergencies: New Orleans study.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (3):2 Mar. 1, 1991.

  • Steroids to be controlled: Canada moves on Dubin report.
    20 (3):3 Mar. 1, 1991.

  • Teens' caffeine use 'significant'.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (3):2 Mar. 1, 1991.

  • Tobacco will kill millions of people smoking today.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 19 (6):3 June 1, 1990.

  • Treatment needs of elderly called 'desperate'.
    The Journal - Addiction Research Foundation. 16 (10):12 Oct. 1, 1987.

  • Women stop smoking when pregnant, but temporarily.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 22 (4):3 June 1993.

  • Youth need combined STD/drug info.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 20 (8):1 Dec./Jan. 1991.

  • Youth need options to drinking.
    The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health. 21 (6):1 Dec. 1992.


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