Canadian conservative who became the first quadriplegic to serve in the Cabinet and House of Commons in 2004. He was left out of cabinet in 2013 in an effort to include more female members but he continued to sit on the treasury board cabinet committee.
He got an MBA from the University of Manitoba, where he was also president of the students' union.
He hit a moose with his vehicle in 1996, which led to him becoming a full quadriplegic.
His father was a Canadian engineer. He has a sister named Bree.
He served in the Canadian House of Commons like John Fitzwilliam Stairs.