Month: September 2010

d’Entremont honoured to serve as Leader in the House of Assembly

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d’Entremont honoured to serve as Leader in the House of Assembly
For immediate release:
September 9, 2010
Tusket – Argyle MLA Chris d’Entremont has been appointed by Interim PC Leader Jamie Baillie to serve as Leader in the House of Assembly.
Baillie today announced new critic assignments within the PC Caucus.
A former cabinet minister who has served the community of Argyle since 2003, d’Entremont considers the appointment an honour and privilege.
“There are many pinnacles I believe in any career,” said d’Entremont. “This is certainly a highlight and a position I value and respect. I appreciate Mr. Baillie’s confidence in me to represent our caucus in the House of Assembly.”
d’Entremont will keep his other critic assignments, which include Health, Health Promotion and Protection, Acadian Affairs, Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, Liquor Control Act, Community Services and the Disabilities Persons Commission.
d’Entremont will work closely on legislative matters with House Leaders in the two other party’s.
“In addition to being a dedicated representative for Argyle, Chris is a talented legislator who I look forward to working with in this new way as we build a true alternative to the NDP,” said Baillie.