Liberal Candidate for Inverness
Damian MacInnis, entrepreneur and long-time community volunteer, has a passion for helping others.
That passion led MacInnis to a great deal of volunteer work. He’s served with Port Hood and Area Development, the Mawita’mk Society, the Strait Pirates hockey club, the StFX Women’s Basketball team, and several other groups.
His first venture into business came after an education that saw him graduate from the NSCC (Recreation Leadership diploma) and StFX University (Bachelor of Arts degree).
He served as recreation director, economic development officer and VP of Business Development in Nunavut, but eventually returned home, taking the position of executive director of the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce and an economic development officer. He is now the president of Colindale Business Solutions.
First and foremost, Damian is a family man who can often be found in his home community of Port Hood with his wife Brenna and two children, Lennox and Mae.
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Damian intends to work with Housing Nova Scotia and bring in real estate investors to the region to add more rental units.
Our government is committed to finding permanent housing for Nova Scotians experiencing homelessness.
Attracting businesses focused on IT and agriculture will produce a boon, both in terms of jobs and attracting families to the area. Damian is committed to work with NSBI and local consultants to bring businesses to the Inverness riding. He wants to work with the various stakeholders in the Strait of Canso to find ways to market the Port properly and attract international businesses.
Finding ways to help both seniors and children through increased healthcare accessibility and mental health supports; Damian will encourage such developments by collaborating with public health, addiction services, and local school boards like the Strait Regional Centre for Education and the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial.
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