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Kevin Lamoureux

Winnipeg North

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Kevin Lamoureux attended high school in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan and in 1982 signed up for service with the Canadian Forces, where he served for three years. The following year, 1983, he married Cathy, with whom he began his family. Their two children are now 21 and 18 years old.

After leaving the military, Kevin attended the University of Winnipeg part time while working at the Bay and Caprice Distributors.

In 1988, he was elected for the first time to serve as Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. Since then, he has won more election victories than any other Liberal in Manitoba (re-election in 1990, 1995, 2003, and 2007).

During his time as MLA, Kevin has championed such important issues as immigration, justice , labour, finance, education and housing. He has held more critic roles than any other MLA in recent history, and has presented several petitions in the Legislature.

In his constituency office, he and his volunteers welcome hundreds and hundreds of people each month, in particular for assistance in navigating the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.  In fact, Kevin was the first MLA to speak in the Legislature about establishing the PNP, which has to date welcomed  so many new Canadians to Manitoba.

In 2010, Kevin was elected Member of Parliament for Winnipeg North.  In
Ottawa, he is fighting for public safety, health care, education, immigration
and a better Winnipeg North.

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Kevin Lamoureux in the news

  1. Harper Conservatives leave new immigrants in citizenship limbo

    January 18, 2013

    The truth of the matter is that Jason Kenney consistently manipulates and distorts immigration issues to give false impressions, however absurd his excuses may appear. I would challenge the Minister to face me in a public forum anywhere in Canada and at his preferred time. I will wait for him to accept my offer and prove he is accountable to all Canadians.  More »

  2. Conservatives Leave New Canadians in Citizenship Limbo

    January 15, 2013

    OTTAWA– The Harper Conservatives must immediately address the dismal processing times for citizenship applications that have become endemic on Minister Jason Kenney’s watch, said Liberals today. […]  More »

  3. Conservative Changes to Immigration Reckless and Discriminatory

    December 14, 2012

    WINNIPEG– Liberal Citizenship and Immigration critic Kevin Lamoureux made the following statement today on the Conservative government’s changes to Canada’s asylum system: “Today’s announcement of safe […]  More »

  4. Liberals Hold Government to Account on Cuts to Immigration Services and Family Reunification

    December 11, 2012

    OTTAWA– The Conservative government must answer to Canadians about their cuts to immigration services and how long it takes for families to be reunified, said Liberals […]  More »

  5. Jason Kenney Must Stop Abusing Taxpayer Dollars

    November 14, 2012

    WINNIPEG– Liberal Citizenship and Immigration critic Kevin Lamoureux made the following statement today on Conservative Minister Jason Kenney’s use of public funds for ethno-cultural media monitoring: […]  More »

Contact information

In Ottawa:
House of Commons
Ottawa (ON) K1A 0A6
Phone: (613) 996-6417
Fax: (613) 996-7391

In Winnipeg North:
998 Keewatin Street
Winnipeg (MB) R2R 1S3
Phone: (204) 984-1767

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