Early life and career
Toews' parents, Victor and Anna Toews, moved from Canada with their two eldest children to Paraguay in 1952, where Toews was born in Filadelfia, Paraguay. Victor's father served on a missions assignment as a teacher and minister. The family returned to Canada in 1956. He speaks German (his mother tongue), Spanish and English. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from theUniversity of Winnipeg (1973), and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Manitoba (1976). He joined the provincial Ministry of Justice in 1976 and became a Crown attorney the following year. He was promoted to Director of Constitutional Law for Manitoba in 1987, and advised the Manitoba government on the Meech Lake Accord. He was appointed a Queen's Counsel in 1991.
Toews became a lecturer at the University of Manitoba in 1987, and taught classes in labour law and employment law. He left the civil service in 1991 to become an associate counsel for Great-West Life Assurance, and was given a leave of absence in 1995 to enter politics.
To access previous revisions, one must be a registered user, fill out the form for the dates and year for the search. All edits are traced either user name or IP address. My reason for looking was that I knew there might be an issue of dual citizenship and whether that might have been the reason for the delete. The current version is here. The greatest difference is regarding political history and less emphasis on early private history. I believe the edits were made by an active wiki writer who goes by the name of Bearcat.
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Sorry, this is not a more interesting spy novel plot with my uncovering the RCMP playing games through my stellar sleuthing. There is no plot to hide a secret cabal of intrigue. Just a followup of a question.