Rob Parker (Canadian politician)
|Member of Parliament
October 1978 – March 1979
|Preceded by||Mitchell Sharp|
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
|Profession||broadcaster, businessman, journalist|
He was elected to the 30th Canadian Parliament at the Eglinton riding in a 16 October 1978 by-election. In the 1979 election, Parker was defeated at the Eglinton—Lawrence riding by Roland de Corneille of the Liberal party. He made another unsuccessful attempt to unseat de Corneille there in the 1980 election.
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