Fonds - Len Bracko fonds

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Len Bracko fonds

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  • 2006 - 2010 (Creation)
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    Bracko, Len

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1 cm of textual records, and 5 photographs : colour ; 40.2 x 50.6 cm and smaller.

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(1943 -)

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Leonard (Len) Bracko was born in 1943 in St. Albert, Alberta. He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education and a graduate diploma in Education administration. Bracko began teaching junior and senior high in St. Albert Catholic school in 1979. In 1989, Bracko ran for MLA in the provincial election with the Alberta Liberal party. However, he came in second to Progressive Conservative Richard (Dick) Fowler, former mayor of St. Albert. Later in that same year, Bracko ran for St. Albert City Council and was elected as alderman. He served as alderman from 1989-1992 before running again and winning a seat as MLA in the 1993 provincial election. Bracko served as MLA with the Liberal official opposition caucus from 1993-1997, when he lost his seat to Mary O’Neill. He returned to teaching and retired in 1997. After his retirement, Bracko ran for and was elected again to the City Council of St. Albert, and he served as alderman from 2001-2013, having been reelected three times (2004, 2007, and 2010). Bracko and his wife Barb have been active with Habitat for Humanity and international development.

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This fonds consists of photographs, pamphlets, pins, and correspondence from Len Bracko's service as an MLA. The fonds contains four files: 100 Year of Democracy Celebration file (2015.05.01), Speaker's Gallery file (2015.05.02), Oath of Allegiance number file (2015.05.03), and Photograph file (2015.05.04).

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Gift of Len Bracko, 2015.

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  • English

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2015.05

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  • Box: 2015.05