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Ronnie LeBlanc

Liberal Candidate for Clare

Ronnie is a fisherman from Meteghan and a proud son of Baie Sainte-Marie. Ronnie was first elected to the Municipal Council of Clare in 2000. He was elected Deputy Warden in 2008 and later Warden in 2012; a position he continues to hold to this day.

During his 21 years in municipal government, Warden LeBlanc has demonstrated strong leadership, vision, and commitment to good governance. He has also demonstrated the ability to work with citizens, colleagues, and other stakeholders openly, fairly and above all with integrity. He has skillfully led several very important projects on behalf of the Municipality. Ronnie’s leadership was instrumental to the establishment of the highly touted Clare Health Centre (Centre Médical Dr. Lionel d’Entremont) and the implementation of an innovative doctor recruitment and retention strategy. He continues de preside over the Municipality’s Doctor Recruiting and Retention Committee and as a member of council he is working on a municipal project that will make high speed internet available throughout the community.

Warden LeBlanc is currently Vice-president of the Board of Governors of Université Sainte-Anne. Deeply commited to rural economic development, he also serves on the Board of Conseil de Développement Économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse as a vice-chair.

Ronnie LeBlanc lives in Meteghan with his wife, Tina, who works in healthcare and his daughter, Mattea, who is studying to become a schoolteacher. He is deeply committed to public service and looks forward to an opportunity to represent the District of Clare at the provincial level.

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Ronnie LeBlanc est un pêcheur originaire de Meteghan à la Baie Sainte-Marie. Il a été élu sans interruption au Conseil Municipal de Clare depuis 2000. Il est le Préfet de la municipalité depuis 2012. La prospérité économique et la vitalité ont été au cœur de son action.

Durant ses 21 années au Conseil municipal, M. LeBlanc a fait preuve de leadership, d’audace et de vision en menant à terme plusieurs dossiers importants. Ronnie a joué un rôle central dans la planification du concept, et la construction du Centre Médical Dr Lionel d’Entremont dont le modèle d’affaires est unique et innovateur. Il est un des artisans de la politique de recrutement et de rétention qui a permis de résorber la pénurie de médecins. Il travaille actuellement avec le Conseil sur un projet qui permettra l’accès à l’internet haute vitesse à travers la communauté.

M. LeBlanc est vice-président du Conseil des Gouverneurs de l’Université Sainte-Anne, la seule université francophone de la province. Passionné par les questions de développement économique, il est vice-président du Conseil d’administration du Conseil de Développement Économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse (CDÉNÉ). Il siège aussi sur plusieurs comités au niveau local, régional et provincial.

Ronnie réside à Meteghan avec son épouse, Tina, qui travaille dans le domaine de la santé et sa fille, Mattea, qui poursuit ces études postsecondaires dans le domaine des sciences de l’éducation. Ronnie LeBlanc croit profondément dans le service public. C’est avec humilité et une foi inébranlable dans le potentiel de sa communauté, qu’il sollicite le vote des citoyens de Clare pour les représenter à l’Assemblée législative.

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