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TURNER, The Hon. Garth, P.C., B.A.
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Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1949.03.14
Place of Birth: Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Author, columnist, Journalist, teacher
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 2794 Days (7 years, 7 months, 24 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Halton, Ontario Liberal 2008.10.14 Defeated
Halton, Ontario Conservative 2006.01.23 Elected
Halton--Peel, Ontario Progressive Conservative 1993.10.25 Defeated
Halton--Peel, Ontario Maiden speech. Progressive Conservative 1988.11.21 Elected

^ Parliamentary Group
PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Liberal 2007.02.06 -
Independent 2006.10.18 - 2007.02.05
Conservative 2004.02.02 - 2006.10.17
Progressive Conservative 1988.11.21 - 2004.02.01

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Minister

PortfolioTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Minister of National Revenue 1993.06.25 - 1993.11.03

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^ Committees - Cabinet
Member

CommitteeTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Treasury Board and Special Committee of Council 1993.06.25 - 1993.11.03

^ Political Party Roles
Progressive Conservative Party

RoleTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Leadership Candidate 1993.06.13 - 1993.06.13
Family Ties in Parliament
RelativeNameDate of BirthDate of Death
Great-grandfather Bodwell, Ebenezer Vining
(M.P.)
1827.04.30 1889.10.18
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

  • 2015 revised: after the boom: how to prosper through the coming retirement crisis.
    Rev. and updated. Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1996. xii, 143 p.

  • 2015: after the boom: how to prosper through the coming retirement crisis.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1995. x, 139 p.

  • 2020: new rules for the new age.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1999. 280 p.

  • A citizen's guide to free trade .
    Ottawa : Garth Turner; [1989?]. [19] p.

  • A citizen's guide to the sales tax .
    Ottawa : Turner; [1989]. 20 p.

  • After the boom: how to prosper through the coming retirement crisis.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1995. x, 139 p.

  • After the crash: how to guard your money in these turbulent times.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 2009. 240 p.

  • Citizen's guide to a better environment .
    [Ottawa] : Garth Turner; [1989?]. 34 p.

  • The defence: guarding your money in uncertain times.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1998. 245 p.

  • Garth Turner's real estate guide.
    Toronto : Summerhill Press; c1987. 133 p.

  • Garth Turner's RRSP guide.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 1996-. Annual

  • Garth Turner's survival guide: personal financial planning for Canadians.
    Toronto : Summerhill Press; c1988. 141 p

  • Garth!, just what the hell is going on in Ottawa? .
    Orillia, Ont. : Hemlock Press; 1993. vi, 256 p.

  • Greater fool: the troubled future of real estate.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 2008. 220 p.

  • GST: the goods and services tax: a taxpayer's guide to the proposed tax.
    Ottawa : Garth Turner; [1989]. 20 p.

  • The little book of financial wisdom .
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 2002. 128 p.

  • The little book of real estate wisdom .
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; c2002. 128 p.

  • Money road: tools for the wild ride ahead.
    Toronto : Xurbia Books; 2010. 295 p.

  • Real wealth .
    Toronto : Summerhill Press; c1986. 181 p.

  • Sheeple: Caucus confidential in Stephen Harper's Ottawa.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; 2009. 224 p.

  • The strategy: a homeowner's guide to wealth creation.
    Toronto : Key Porter Books; c1997. 222 p.


Articles

  • A cure for investment phobia that's worse than the disease .
    Canadian Business. 70 (4):139 Apr. 1997.

  • A pox on this new tax .
    Canadian Business. 70 (3):101 Mar. 1997.

  • A private cure for public health care .
    Canadian Business. 69 (1):13 Jan. 1996.

  • An idea whose time has gone .
    Canadian Business. 69 (2):15 Feb. 1996.

  • And now for Paul Martin's next trick...
    Canadian Business. 70 (10):77 Aug. 1997.

  • And we all lived happily ever after .
    Canadian Business. 68 (10):13 Oct. 1995.

  • Apocalypse, soon .
    Canadian Business. 68 (9):15 Sept. 1995.

  • Avoiding the herd: economic trends and governments can rob you of your wealth. Here are some options for beating the odds.
    Atlantic Progress. 6 (2):27 Mar. 1999.

  • Betrayed: that's how thousands of Canadians feel about Finance Minister Michael Wilson's tax-reform proposals .
    Influence. 6 (7):18-21 Nov. 1987.

  • Boom, bust and … ka-booooom!.
    Canadian Business. 70 (1):87 Jan. 1997.

  • Buying stock? Have fun. But don't throw caution to the winds.
    Investor's Digest of Canada. 35 (11):342 June 6, 2003.

  • Can one man save Canada? .
    Canadian Business. 69 (14):113 Nov. 1996.

  • Canadians and their money are not soon parted .
    Canadian Business. 70 (8): 51 July 1997.

  • Don't believe the balanced-budget bafflegab .
    Canadian Business. 70 (7):211 June 1997.

  • The double life of a gentleman farmer .
    Reader's Digest (Canadian). 131:103ff Aug. 1987.

  • The double life of a gentleman farmer.
    Influence. 6 (3):44 Apr./May 1987.

  • High risk, high reward .
    Canadian Business. 70 (2): 2 ff Feb. 1997.

  • How Paul Martin wants to stick it to Gen X .
    Canadian Business. 70 (6):115 May 1997.

  • The insane drain of corporate taxes .
    Canadian Business. 68 (11):15 Nov. 1995.

  • Is it time to retire Ottawa? .
    Canadian Business. 69 (7):199 June 1996.

  • It's the best of times, it's the...
    Canadian Business. 70 (11):109 Sept. 1997.

  • Last post (privatization of Canada Post).
    Canadian Business. 69 (8): 67 July 1996.

  • Let's get Ottawa out of our pensions .
    Canadian Business. 69 (4):125 Apr. 1996.

  • The new rules of real estate .
    Canadian Business. 70 (12):91ff Sept. 26, 1997.

  • New, from the people who brought you the CPP...
    Canadian Business. 69 (15):147 Dec. 1996.

  • One budget to go, hold the malaise .
    Canadian Business. 70 (2):91 Feb. 1997.

  • Playing monopoly with workers' jobs .
    Canadian Business. 68 (13):15 Dec. 1995.

  • There oughta be a law against Canada's deficits .
    Canadian Business. 69 (6):99 May 1996.

  • The vanishing middle class and other leftist myths .
    Canadian Business. 69 (11):117 Sept. 1996.

  • The war against wealth .
    Canadian Business. 69 (3):15 Mar. 1996.

  • We need jobs, not squalid politics .
    Canadian Business. 69 (12):127 Oct. 1996.

  • Why bother saving for your old age? .
    Canadian Business. 69 (10):67 Aug. 1996.


^ Multiple Authors Books

  • Your financial rescue. Turner, Garth, Avner Mandelman and Sal Badali
    Toronto : Toronto Sun Publishing Limited; 1982. 182 p.


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