|Minister of Middle Class Prosperity|
Associate Minister of Finance
|Assumed office |
November 20, 2019
|Prime Minister||Justin Trudeau|
|Preceded by||Position created|
|Member of Parliament|
|Assumed office |
April 3, 2017
|Preceded by||Mauril Bélanger|
|Born||1972 or 1973 (age 48–49)|
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Residence||Beacon Hill South, Ottawa|
Mona N. Fortier is a Canadian politician who presently serves as Associate Minister of Finance and Minister of Middle Class Prosperity. First elected to the House of Commons in a by-election on April 3, 2017, Fortier represents the electoral district of Ottawa—Vanier as a member of the Liberal Party. She was re-elected in the 2019 Canadian federal election with 51.2% of the vote.
Prior to her election, Fortier worked as director of communications for La Cité Collégiale in Ottawa. On November 20, 2019 she was sworn in as Minister of Middle Class Prosperity and Associate Minister of Finance.
|2019 Canadian federal election: Ottawa—Vanier|
|New Democratic||Stéphanie Mercier||13,516||21.2||-7.5||none listed|
|Independent||Daniel James McHugh||94||0.1||$0.00|
|Total valid votes/Expense limit||63,881||100.0|
|Total rejected ballots||699|
|Source: Elections Canada|
|Ottawa—VanierCanadian federal by-election, April 3, 2017: |
Death of Mauril Bélanger
|New Democratic||Emilie Taman||8,523||28.73||+9.48|
|Conservative||Adrian Paul Papara||4,578||15.43||−3.68|
|Total valid votes/Expense limit||29,667||100.0||–|
|Total rejected ballots||-|
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- Official Website
- Bio & mandate from the Prime Minister
- Mona Fortier – Parliament of Canada biography