Mr. Marshall Pollock 2004, 72 pages
Documenting the life and career of Marshall Pollock (b. 1938), first ADAG, Policy Branch, Ministry of Attorney General. Interview topics include: early years in Winnipeg; law school at University of Saskatchewan; law studies at University of Toronto; move to Ministry of Attorney General, civil; establishment of policy branch (1972); Rand Commission (1966- 1968); COGP; ADAG policy; Ontario Lottery Corporation (1975-1980); Ontario Place; late career. Interview conducted by Cynthia Smith. File includes three audio cassette recordings, a transcript with index (72 p.) and a copy of a release form.
Number of pages: 72
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