Kerri Irvin-Ross

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Kerri Irvin-Ross
MLA
Manitoba Minister of Family Services
In office
October 18, 2013 – May 3, 2016
Premier Greg Selinger
Preceded by Jennifer Howard
Manitoba Minister of Housing and Community Development
In office
November 3, 2009 – October 18, 2013
Premier Greg Selinger
Preceded by Gord Mackintosh
Succeeded by Peter Bjornson
Manitoba Minister of Healthy Living
In office
September 21, 2006 – November 3, 2009
Premier Gary Doer
Preceded by Theresa Oswald
Succeeded by Jim Rondeau
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
In office
October 4, 2011 – April 19, 2016
Preceded by new constituency
Succeeded by Sarah Guillemard
Constituency Fort Richmond
In office
June 3, 2003 – October 4, 2011
Preceded by Joy Smith
Succeeded by constituency abolished
Constituency Fort Garry
Personal details
Political party New Democratic Party
Profession Social worker
Website kerriirvinross.ca

Kerri Irvin-Ross, MLA is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. She served as Manitoba's Minister of Healthy Living in the previous NDP government and represented the constituency of Fort Richmond in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, prior to her defeat in the 2016 election.[1]

Irvin-Ross defeated Progressive Conservative incumbent Joy Smith by 87 votes in the riding of Fort Garry in the 2003 general election.[2] She defeated Progressive Conservative Shaun McCaffrey in Fort Garry by 4,291 to 2,101 in the 2007 general election.[3] In the 2011 general election, Irvin-Ross chose to run in the newly created constituency of Fort Richmond and was re-elected over McCaffrey by 4,026 votes to 2,908.[4]

Irvin-Ross was defeated in the 2016 election, losing her seat to PC candidate Sarah Guillemard.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MLA Biographies - Living". Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. Retrieved May 3, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Fort Garry". Manitoba Votes 2007. CBC News. 
  3. ^ "Fort Garry". Manitoba. CBC News. 
  4. ^ "Fort Richmod". Elections Manitoba. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2014-04-06. 
  5. ^ "Nine NDP Cabinet Ministers Losing Seats". Winnipeg Sun. Retrieved 2016-05-19. 

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