PC MLA Matthew MacKay seeking re-election in Kensington-Malpeque
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KENSINGTON, P.E.I. — Progressive Conservative MLA Matthew MacKay has introduced his bid for re-election in Kensington-Malpeque.
MacKay, who was first elected in 2015 and reelected in 2019, presently serves as minister of social improvement and housing and sits as a member of the treasury board and on the standing committee on guidelines, rules, non-public payments and privileges.
He has beforehand served as minister of financial progress, tourism and tradition, opposition home chief and a member of a number of legislative committees.
In an announcement, MacKay stated that during the last 4 years, he has had the privilege of creating life higher for Islanders within the roles he has held.
“Individuals who know me know that I’m an easy individual and that I work exhausting for the individuals of Kensington-Malpeque,” stated MacKay.
He touted achievements throughout his tenure in authorities, together with creating and delivering pandemic assist applications for employees and companies, rising the minimal wage, overhauling the Residential Tenancy Act for the primary time in 30 years and standing up for emergency, transitional and reasonably priced housing models.
Earlier than getting into public life MacKay labored as a realtor.