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Terry Fallis



Terry Fallis earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from McMaster University (1983) where he became engulfed in university politics and somehow persuaded the undergraduates to elect him President of the Students Union.

After graduation, he turned his back on engineering and joined future Prime Minister Jean Chretiens full time staff for the 1984 federal Liberal Leadership campaign.

Terry is a sought-after speaker, sits on a number of boards, and lives in Toronto with his wife and two sons.
 
 

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