On October 23, I joined my fellow members of the Progressive Conservative Party as we were officially sworn in as members of the Legislative Assembly. I am proud to have been given the opportunity to represent the Dawson Trail constituency once again. It is an honour and a pleasure to be re-elected for this important job, and I want to thank everyone who put their confidence in me on election day. I am incredibly humbled by all of your support. I’d also like to thank everyone who voted for any candidate in the provincial election in general. Thank you for taking the time to participate in democracy by exercising your right to vote.
I am excited to announce that I will be serving as the Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Francophone Affairs. I am dedicated to addressing the critical issues in these areas and advocating for the well-being of our constituents.
I would like to congratulate Premier Wab Kinew and the rest of the NDP for being elected as our provincial government for this term. I look forward to working collaboratively to explore ways in which we can continue to improve the lives of Manitobans.
On November 15, I joined my fellow MLAs in the House, and marked the beginning of a new legislative session with a Speech from the Throne.