Geoffrey Kelley

Geoffrey Kelley has an informed and true view of situations and issues thanks to his impressive political track record. He spent nearly 25 years as the Member of Parliament for Jacques-Cartier and he has developed a unique and in-depth understanding of several components of Quebec society in the course of his parliamentary and ministerial duties, particularly in the areas of aboriginal affairs, health and social services, and education.

Geoffrey Kelley served as Minister of Aboriginal Affairs for nearly 8 years overall, including from 2014 to 2018. He also chaired the Special Commission on the Question of Dying with Dignity (2010-11), the Education Commission (2003-2005) and the Public Administration Commission (1999-2003). He currently is a lecturer at McGill University’s Max Bell School of Public Policy.

Geoffrey Kelley holds a Master’s degree in History from McGill University. He is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate from the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue. He sits on various boards of directors including Projets autochtones du Québec, the Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence and the St. Patrick’s Society

Geoffrey Kelley

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