|John Gerald (Jack) Masters|
|4th Mayor of Thunder Bay|
|Preceded by||Walter Assef|
|Succeeded by||David Hamilton|
|MP for Thunder Bay—Nipigon|
|Preceded by||Bob Andras|
|Succeeded by||Ernie Epp|
September 27, 1931 |
Fort William, Ontario
John Gerald (Jack) Masters (born September 27, 1931) is a former Canadian politician. He served as mayor of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, and as a federal Member of Parliament. He was born in Fort William, Ontario.
He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Liberal for the constituency of Thunder Bay—Nipigon in the 1980 federal election, and served as the parliamentary secretary to the Minister of State (Mines) and the Minister of Communications in the final government of Pierre Trudeau. He was defeated in the 1984 federal election by Ernie Epp.
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