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Bruce Alexander, LL.D Bruce was born in Montreal in 1938 and attended Hillcrest Public School in Toronto and
 

Summary: Bruce Alexander, LL.D
Bruce was born in Montreal in 1938 and attended Hillcrest Public School in Toronto and
Oakville-Trafalgar High School. He graduated from Queen's with a Bachelor of Commerce in
1960, after which he attended the London School of Economics and Dalhousie Law School as a
Dunn Scholar. After marrying Andrea Lough, he transferred to University of Toronto Law
School where he obtained his LL.B. in 1965. Bruce and Andrea's son Christopher was born in
1968. Bruce attended the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program from 1984
to 1985.
Bruce has extensive experience in both government and the private sector. He began his career
in 1967 as an associate lawyer at Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt and moved to the Ontario
provincial government where had a 13 year career, which included being Chair of the Ontario
Highway Transport Board and serving in Assistant Deputy Minister capacities in both the
Ministry of Transportation and Communications and the Ministry of Community and Social
Services. He moved back to the private sector in 1987, when he was appointed Managing
Director of Fraser Beatty (now Fraser Milner Casgrain). During the negotiation of the
Charlottetown Accord, he was Special Adviser to the Right Honourable Joe Clark, the Minister
for Constitutional Affairs (Canada). He returned to the private sector in 1993 as a Principal in
GlobeInvest Capital Management, and was subsequently Vice-President of McCutcheon
Steinbach Investment Management. Since 1999 he has been Vice-Chair of the Ontario
Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences