Minister of Employment and Social Development,
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
Love it or hate it, wrangling through the Canada Jobs Grant deal and getting provincial support was a big win for Kenney this year.
As Canada’s longest-serving minister of Citizenship and Immigration, from 2008 to 2013, Kenney was described by the National Post as “perhaps Canada’s best immigration minister ever.” Last year, he was appointed minister of Employment and Social Development, with a mandate to ensure that Canadians are well prepared to participate fully in the labour market of the future.
Kenney has been voted the “best overall” and “hardest working” MP by his colleagues in Maclean’s annual survey of parliamentarians.
See who else made it on our Hot List.
- Canada's Minister of Employment and Social Development (2013)
- Minister for Multiculturalism (2008)
- Secretary of State for Multiculturalism and Canadian Identity (2007)
- Parliamentary Secretary for the Prime Minister of Canada (2006)
- Plected to the House of Commons (1997)
- President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation
- Executive assistant to Ralph Goodale (1988)
|Years of Experience:
- Alberta Taxpayers Association
- Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Philosophy, University of San Francisco
||May 30, 1968
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