McKenna gets a salary bump - appointed a Parliamentary Assistant

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November 29th, 2018




Jane McKenna

Jane McKenna, MPP for Burlington has been appointed the Parliamentary Assistant to Laurie Scott, Minister of Labour.

Premier Doug Ford said: “I am confident that Ms. McKenna will do a fantastic job as a member of our all-star team.”

McKenna threw her hat in the ring for the job of Speaker of the Legislature.

She has been a Parliamentary assistant when she was the member for Burlington in the 40th Parliament (November 21, 2011 – May 2, 2014 )

Member, Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills

Critic, Economic Development, Trade & Employment

Member, Standing Committee on Social Policy

Critic, Government Services

Member, Standing Committee on Social Policy

Critic, Children and Youth Services

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4 comments to McKenna gets a salary bump – appointed a Parliamentary Assistant

  • Mike Ettlewood

    Did anyone see McKenna’s float in the Santa Claus parade on Sunday. It was enormous with huge photos of her and everyone dressed in festive Tory blue. I would really like to know both what the point of the float was and who paid for it.

  • May L

    Amazed she has time to be a PA, she’s so busy cutting workers’ rights and killing the environment. She certainly deserves a raise, all those standing ovations and patting herself on the back is really hard work.

  • Evelyn Young

    So Ms. McKenna, my MPP, gets a raise.
    This is the same woman who joined fellow Tory MPPs in cheering when Her Government cut Minimum Wage and Guaranteed Income Programs.
    Thereby ensuring that working poor people remain below the poverty line.
    These cuts were based on the Provinces supposed inability to pay and the sacrifices we all have to make.
    May I ask her…..Will you give up your raise in the same spirit of “Whats Best for the Province?”
    This is your chance to step up to the plate Ms. McKenna.

  • D.Duck

    Albert Einstein: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results