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 »  Home  »  Political News  »  McGuinty Assigns New Parliamentary Duties
McGuinty Assigns New Parliamentary Duties
By Linda Jeffrey, MPP Brampton Centre | Published  02/11/2009 | Political News | Rating:
Linda Jeffrey, MPP Brampton Centre
Linda Jeffrey Jeffrey was first elected municipally in 1991 and served four successful terms on Brampton City Council. In 2003, Jeffrey was elected MPP for the riding of Brampton Centre. She was re-elected in 2007 in the riding of Brampton-Springdale.In the last parliament, Jeffrey served as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Children and Youth Services, the Minister Responsible for Democratic Renewal and the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs. Currently Mrs. Jeffrey serves as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. 

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Brampton - On Thursday, February 4th Premier Dalton McGuinty announced that a number of parliamentary assistants will be given new portfolios.

"Parliamentary Assistants work on some of the toughest challenges facing our province – I want to thank all of them for stepping forward and accepting their responsibilities," said Premier McGuinty.

Working with members of the Provincial Cabinet, Parliamentary Assistants advance key priorities within their portfolios and contribute to special projects.

Linda Jeffrey, the MPP for Brampton Springdale, upon re-election in the fall of 2007, has served as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Citizenship & Immigration.As a result of the Premier's announcement she has been moved to the Ministry of Transportation.

"I am looking forward to my new responsibilities." said Ms. Jeffrey."I'm eager to help ensure Ontario has the infrastructure it needs to get people and goods to where they need to go.I'm grateful that the Premier has the confidence in me to give me this additional opportunity."


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