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John Ottenheimer was born on 1953 in St. John's, Canada, is an Educator and Lawyer. Discover John Ottenheimer's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 67 years old?

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Ottenheimer unsuccessfully ran for the leadership of the provincial Progressive Conservatives in 2014 losing to Paul Davis. He subsequently decided against running for the federal Conservative nomination in Avalon for the 2015 election. Davis subsequently appointed Ottenheimer to head the Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation. He was termination without cause from the NL Housing Corp. in 2016 following the Liberals forming government. In 2018, he returned to law joining the Morrow, Morrow & Crosbie firm in Bay Roberts.


On March 30, 2011, Ottenheimer announced that he would be the Conservative Party of Canada candidate in the district of Random—Burin—St. George's in the 2011 federal election. He was defeated by Liberal incumbent Judy Foote, receiving 8,322 votes.


On June 15, 2007, Ottenheimer announced he would not be seeking re-election in that year's provincial election.


On March 16, 2006, Ottenheimer was appointed Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs. The move to the less demanding portfolio was a result of the health issues he faced the previous year. Ottenheimer said he needed a lifestyle change and had spoken to Williams the week prior to the shuffle about his health.


In October 2005, it was reported that Eastern Health, the province's largest health authority, was reviewing breast cancer tests dating back to 1997. The health authority later announced that between 1997 and 2005 over 400 women received inaccurate test results. The incident led the provincial government to call a judicial commission of inquiry into the conduct of Eastern Health. The Cameron Inquiry began in May 2007 and finished hearing testimony in October 2008. Ottenheimer was questioned at the inquiry in March 2008, about his role in the matter. Prior to Ottenheimer's testimony, it was reported that he had found out about the error in the testings on July 19, 2005, several months before it was reported in the media. Ottenheimer stated that he had wanted to go public with the information when he found out but was advised by officials at Eastern Health not to.

In March 2005, Ottenheimer blacked out on an airplane en route to Gander and had a pacemaker installed later in the day. The incident led to Ottenheimer taking a two-month leave of absence from cabinet.


On October 1, 2004, Ottenheimer was named minister of Health and Community Services, succeeding Elizabeth Marshall who quit the post after a public dispute with Williams over his management style.


Between 2003 and 2007, Ottenheimer served as the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Minister of Health and Community Services, and as the Minister of Education. He also briefly served as acting Minister of Municipal Affairs and acting Minister of Natural Resources. He left provincial politics in 2007 and was later appointed chairman of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.

Ottenheimer was re-elected in the 2003 provincial election and the Progressive Conservatives won a majority government under Danny Williams. Weeks after the election Williams appointed Ottenheimer as the province's Minister of Education. In February 2004, Ottenheimer confirmed that the provincial government would maintain the post-secondary education tuition freeze. The PC Party had committed to maintaining the freeze in their 2003 election platform but following a review of the province's finances the new government began to make sweeping budgetary cuts.


In the 1996 provincial election Ottenheimer defeated Liberal incumbent Hubert Kitchen in the district of St. John's East, winning the seat for the Progressive Conservatives. His win came despite the Liberals winning an overwhelming majority government and the PC Party losing seven seats from the previous election. Ottenheimer was easily re-elected in the district in the 1999 general election. From 1996 to 2003 Ottenheimer served in opposition and was a critic for a number of ministries. Ottenheimer had considered running for the party's leadership following the 1996 and 1999 general elections, but did not enter either race.


John Ottenheimer (born 1953) is a Canadian lawyer and politician in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Ottenheimer is a former Cabinet minister in the government of Danny Williams and represented the district of St. John's East for the Progressive Conservative Party from 1996 to 2007. He unsuccessfully ran for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives in 2014 losing to Paul Davis.

Ottenheimer was born in St. John's, Newfoundland in 1953. He is the younger half-brother of former Progressive Conservative leader and Canadian Senator Gerry Ottenheimer. In 1974 he graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Education Degree. He would later receive a graduate diploma and his Masters of Education. After working as a high school teacher in St. John's and as a principal throughout the province he decided to go back to school and become a lawyer. in 1982, Ottenheimer received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor. Ottenheimer practised law in St. John's and was also a lecturer in property law at Cabot College and a lecturer in Law and Education at the Faculty of Education of Memorial University. His wife Helen Conway-Ottenheimer was elected in the 2019 provincial election in the district of Harbour Main.