This is a release from votenathalie2016:
Nathalie is a well-known constitutional law expert with a long history of volunteering. She has worked with different levels of government to defend civil liberties and constitutional rights, including pay equity and freedom from sexual harassment.
Currently a Dean of Law at the University of Ottawa, Nathalie has a deep understanding of the social and economic issues affecting the people of Ottawa-Vanier, and has been a strong voice for la francophonie ontarienne. In her various professional and volunteer roles, she has worked on issues ranging from environmental protection to Aboriginal issues to workers health and childcare.
To announce her nomination, Nathalie made the following statement:
“It gives me great pleasure to formally announce that I am running to be the next Liberal MPP for Ottawa-Vanier and part of Kathleen Wynne’s team. I live and work in this diverse riding, whose families and students all deserve an opportunity to succeed. That’s why I believe in the Ontario Liberal Party’s positive, progressive and realistic plan – including free tuition for low income families, investments in childcare, recognition of our francophone community’s identity and support for our economic growth and innovation.
“The Ontario Liberal plan is the right one for our province and I want to join the team that is building Ontario up. I am committed to fighting for the residents of this riding – on the ground in Ottawa, and in the Legislature in Toronto. The Ontario Liberal government has always had a strong presence in our community with and I want to continue my life’s work by building on Madeleine Meilleur’s legacy.”
Nathalie looks forward to taking part in the nomination process and earning the support of the residents of Ottawa-Vanier.
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