Joyce Treen acclaimed as Liberal candidate for Eastern Passage

Joyce Treen has been acclaimed as the candidate for Eastern Passage and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election.

Joyce was first elected in 2013 as the MLA for Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage and served her riding until 2017. Prior to entering politics, Joyce owned and operated her own small business, Impressions Salon, in Eastern Passage for more than 30 years. 

“I am humbled to have the opportunity to represent my community as the Liberal candidate,” says Treen. “As the candidate, I will remain committed to community and dedicated to progress.”

She is known for her selfless character and dedication for helping anyone who needs it. Joyce is an active member on the board of the Fisherman’s Cove Development Association. As an MLA, she championed the construction of the new Eastern Passage High School. Joyce proudly lives in the community with her husband Joe and son Ryder.

“I’ve known Joyce since we were elected together in 2013 and I’ve always admired her strong dedication to her community,” says Premier Rankin. “I’m thrilled to have Joyce on our team again and I can’t wait to continue working with her in our new Liberal government.”


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