Braedon grew up in Bedford and attended Dalhousie University and Carleton University before working in politics and journalism across the country. He returned to Nova Scotia in 2014 to work as a political assistant to both Minister Lloyd Hines and Minister Mark Furey. Braedon once again calls Bedford home, this time with his wife Caitie, and their two young children, Beau and Heidi.
Braedon is a tireless advocate for his community. He served as the assistant coach of the CPA boys’ basketball team for three seasons. Braedon has also served as a dedicated volunteer with the SPCA, the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS), and has served on the board of the Halifax West Liberal Association. Previously, Braedon worked for NATIONAL Public Relations, helping his clients better tell their stories and make positive impacts on Nova Scotia.
He serves Deputy Caucus Whip; Shadow Minister for Affordability; Housing; Public Works; Communications Nova Scotia; Service Nova Scotia; and Internal Services. Braedon sits on the Law Amendments Committee.