08 Jun Damian MacInnis acclaimed as Liberal candidate for Inverness
(Halifax, NS) – Damian MacInnis has been acclaimed as the candidate for Inverness and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. Due to COVID-19, the nomination process was conducted virtually.
Damian is a resident of Inverness with a vast understanding of the issues in the community. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. F.X., a Recreation Leadership Diploma from NSCC, and an Economic Development Designation from the University of Waterloo. With over 10 years of experience in working in Nunavut and Nova Scotia in housing, economic development, and entrepreneurship, Damian has a deep connection to the issues that matter most to the residents of Inverness.
“I’m extremely happy to have the opportunity to represent the people from Port Hawkesbury up to Pleasant Bay and everywhere in between. I’m passionate about our region and will do whatever it takes to ensure we have representation that is readily available to speak on your behalf,” says MacInnis. “I’m here to work and will do my best for you. A vote for me is a vote for change.”
Damian has served as both the Executive Director of the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Development Officer for Inverness County. His company, Colindale Business Solutions is focused on helping businesses with startup, operations and expansion. He is also the founder of Rural Cape Breton Living Society, a non-profit social enterprise focused on the development of affordable, sustainable, and accessible housing. Damian is a dedicated community volunteer, lending his time to the Port Hood Minor Baseball Association, Next Gen Cape Breton, Mawita’mq Society, Port Hood Development, Inverness Raceway, Port Hood Triathlon, and the Port Hood and Area Recreation Commission.
“Damian has proven himself to be an effective leader in his community,” says Premier Iain Rankin. “The people of Inverness will be well served by Damian in the next Liberal government.”
Director of Communications, Nova Scotia Liberal Party