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Year In Review: West Nova MP Chris d’Entremont

By Kevin Northup Dec 28, 2022 | 8:00 AM

Chris D'entremont Official Portrait / Portrait Officiel Ottawa, ONTARIO, Canada on 22 November, 2019. © HOC-CDC Credit: Bernard Thibodeau, House of Commons Photo Services

It’s been over a year since West Nova MP Chris d’Entremont became Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons.

He became the first Acadian to hold the position in November, 2021.

d’Entremont says he’s learned a lot this year, and the role has opened up more conversations.

“Trying to work with other ministers, and trying to get projects done for our area. It was certainly a learning curve the last number of months, but I think we’ve achieved a lot of things that I’m certainly very happy with,” says d’Entremont.

He says Pierre Poilievre becoming leader of the Conservatives was an exciting moment for the party.

d’Entremont says he will continue to advocate for the people of his riding, and Canadians.

“I’ll advocate for their pocketbooks and their bank accounts. Affordability and inflation are major issues for Canadians right now.”

Click play below to hear Kevin Northup’s full interview with West Nova MP Chris d’Entremont.

From left: Argyle MLA Colton LeBlanc, executive director of the village historique acadien Roland D’Eon, minister of ACOA Ginette Petitpas Taylor and West Nova MP Chris d'Entremont, at an announcement in August in West Pubnico (Acadia News Photo)
(from left to right) Argyle MLA Colton LeBlanc, Mariners Centre Expansion Committee Chair Nicole Albright, Central Nova MP Sean Fraser and West Nova MP Chris d'Entremont cut the cake at the Mariners Centre expansion funding announcement on October 21, 2022 at Mariners Centre in Yarmouth (Acadia News Photo)


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