Brant/Brantford/Six Nations MPP Will Bouma takes on new role

TORONTO- MPP Will Bouma is taking on a new role as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development “By supporting ministers with legislative and committee responsibilities or taking on important projects with dedicated leadership, parliamentary assistants play a critical role in delivering on our plan to rebuild Ontario’s economy,” said Premier Ford in a statement. “With today’s announcement, I’m thrilled to recognize and showcase our team’s in-depth experience, which will help us continue to get it done for the people of Ontario.” As the MPP for Brantford-Brant, Dr. Will Bouma represents the Six Nations of the Grand River – the most populous First Nations reserve in Canada as well as Missisauga of the Credit First Nation. Parliamentary…

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