|Preceded by||Floyd Laughren|
|Succeeded by||Shelley Martel|
|Born||September 30, 1960|
|Political party||New Democrat|
Blain Kevin Morin (born September 30, 1960) is a former politician in Ontario, Canada. He was a New Democratic member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1998 to 1999 who was elected in a by-election. He represented the riding of Nickel Belt in the Sudbury, Ontario area.
Morin ran in a by-election to replace Floyd Laughren who had retired in 1998. He was elected to the legislature in a by-election on October 1, 1998 defeating Progressive Conservative candidate Gerry Courtemanche by 1,364 votes.
In 1999, the provincial ridings of Nickel Belt and Sudbury East were merged for the 1999 provincial election; even during the by-election campaign, Morin was already indicating that he did not intend to compete against Sudbury East's popular incumbent Shelley Martel for the merged riding's nomination. There was some consideration that he might run for the NDP nomination in the neighbouring riding of Sudbury instead, but he did not do so.
|Nickel Belt by-election: October 1, 1998|
|New Democrat||Blain Morin||5,537||40.88||-5.66|
|Progressive Conservative||Gerry Courtemanche||4,173||30.81||+11.60|
After leaving the legislature in 1999, Morin went back to work for CUPE as a health and safety representative.
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