Second Opposition Group critic for justice, Canadian intergovernmental affairs, reform of our democratic Institutions and access to information
Before being elected to the National Assembly on April 7, 2014 for the riding of Borduas, Simon Jolin-Barrette practised as a public law attorney. He has a graduate diploma in common law and transnational law (Juris Doctor), a master’s in law, and a master’s in public administration.
He also did doctoral studies in constitutional law. He is one of the 40 young professionals who supported the CAQ from the very beginning. A politician with an active presence who works with many causes, he took part in the 2015 LEGDPL (A challenge for promoting healthy lifestyles) with his colleagues François Bonnardel and Sébastien Schneeberger.
As the second opposition group critic for immigration, he tabled a new pact in March 2015 to modernize Quebec’s immigration model. The goal of this constructive immigration reform was to ensure that immigrants are better integrated, that they gain a better knowledge of French, and that Quebec has more selection power.
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