First Nations woman appointed Quebec lieutenant-governor


Last updated 1/22/2024 at 11:03am

Manon Jeannotte

Manon Jeannotte, of the Mi'kmaq First Nation of Gespeg, has been appointed as new lietenant-governor of Quebec.

OTTAWA, Ont.-Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Manon Jeannotte, as the new lieutenant-governor of Quebec. Jeannotte is from the Mi'kmaq First Nation of Gespeg.

"Manon Jeannotte has dedicated her career to advancing Indigenous peoples' well-being and making a real difference in the life of our communities," said Prime Minister Trudeau. "I am confident she will continue to make significant contributions and inspire people in Quebec and across Canada in her new role."

Jeannotte has over 20 years of experience in management positions and in setting strategic directions as an intrapreneur...

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