Your MP for 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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Your Candidate for Winnipeg North
Kevin Lamoureux is the Liberal candidate and current Member of Parliament for the riding of Winnipeg North. Kevin has a long history of service to his country, which began when he joined the Canadian Forces in 1982. Shortly after the conclusion of his service to the military, he was elected to Manitoba’s Legislative Assembly, where he won a total of five elections between 1988 and 2007. As an MLA, Kevin championed many programs and issues, including the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, as well as a number of issues related to healthcare. Kevin was elected as the Member of Parliament for Winnipeg North in 2010. His extensive work in the Manitoba Legislature, including the various critic roles he held, has proven to be a crucial asset in his current role as Liberal Deputy House Leader. Kevin is also known for his outreach efforts within his community. On any given Saturday he can be found at the local McDonald’s Restaurant on Keewatin Street between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., meeting with his constituents.
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