Our Team

Dougald Lamont

Manitoba Liberal Party Leader and MLA for St. Boniface

Dougald Lamont was elected MLA for Saint-Boniface in July 2018.

Born at St. Boniface Hospital in 1969, the third of four children, Dougald was raised in Winnipeg. He has two degrees in English Literature (B.A. and M.A) from the University of Manitoba and is bilingual, having learned to speak English and French at a young age.

Working as a writer, editor and policy analyst for over 25 years in both the private and public sector, Dougald's experience includes journalism & advertising, funding initiatives for start-ups, not-for-profits & charities, as well as advising elected officials and public servants on matters of the day.

He has taught Canadian Literature at the University of Manitoba, and most recently was a lecturer in government-business relations at the University of Winnipeg.

Some of his priorities as an MLA include making St. Boniface a "creative hub", boosting local health care and promoting French language education.

Dougald's website.


Cindy Lamoureux

Cindy Lamoureux is your elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for the riding of Burrows (elected in 2016).

Cindy was born, raised and currently lives in the community of Burrows. She has work experience with the Senate of Canada, The Long-Term Care Association of Manitoba(LTCAM) and for a Federal Minister.

Throughout her working career, she supported herself through five years of post-secondary education obtaining a Certificate in Christian Studies from Horizon College and a diploma for a double major in Political Science and Religion & Culture from the University of Winnipeg.

She is a reliable and dedicated volunteer around the community. She also enjoys traveling, learning about new cultures and community development.

Some of her priorities as an MLA include Senior Care, Justice and Immigration.

Cindy's Website


Jon Gerrard

Dr Jon Gerrard is your elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for the riding of River Heights. He has held the seat for River Heights since being elected initially in 1999.

Between 1985 and 1992, Dr Gerrard was director of paediatric oncology and hematology at the Children's Hospital. He has also taught medicine at the University of Manitoba between 1980 and 1993.

From 1993 to 1997, Dr Gerrard was secretary of state for the Chrétien government. He was the leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party from 1998 until 2013.

Jon's Website

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