Member of Parliament for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe
Ginette Petitpas Taylor has always been one to support and advocate for a fair and just society for all. She was born and raised fluently bilingual in Dieppe as the youngest in a family of 9 children. Later obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work at Université de Moncton, Ginette carried her wealth of knowledge and dedication to helping others into her career with the Codiac RCMP where for 23 years she served as Victim Service Coordinator, providing services such as; crisis counselling, domestic violence intervention, and domestic violence risk assessment to victims of crime.
Always willing to lend a hand, Ginette made time to volunteer for the causes that she holds very near to her heart. She served on the City of Moncton’s Public Safety Advisory Committee, was Chair of the New Brunswick Advisory Council on the Status of Women and was a member of the Coalition for Pay Equity. Both provincially and locally, Ginette has worked closely with several community organizations including the Coalition Against Abuse in Relationships and the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Suicide Prevention Program in Moncton.
Through all of these experiences, she has gained exceptional knowledge on how to work with all levels of government as well as how to stay informed on the issues that concern her constituents. In Ottawa, Ginette represents her constituency as the Member of Parliament for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe and also serves as Minister of Health. She and her Moncton husband Brock make their home in Moncton.
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