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Tim Sale was born February 5, 1942 in Goderich, Ontario. He attended the University of Toronto where he received Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Theology degrees. He is an ordained Anglican Minister. Following graduation he moved to Winnipeg, where he joined the ministry at St. Paul's Anglican Church. Sale also served as a school trustee for Fort Garry from 1971-1977. He was CEO of Winnipeg's Social Planning Council from 1976-1985. He taught in the Department of Economics and in the Faculty of Continuing Education at the University of Manitoba in the early 1990s.
Sale also had a long political career. He was assistant deputy minister of Education from 1987-1989. He ran for the NDP in 1992 but did not gain a seat until 1995. He became Minister of Family Services and Housing when re-elected in 1999. He retired from politics in 2007 after holding a number of ministerial positions throughout his career.