Dominic A. LeBlanc, PC, MP (born December 14, 1967), is a Canadian lawyer and politician from New Brunswick, Canada. He is the Member of Parliament for the riding of Beauséjour and sits in the Canadian House of Commons as the Liberal Party's Foreign Affairs Critic. He was first elected in the 2000 federal election and has been re-elected in the last four elections. LeBlanc is the son of former Member of Parliament, Senator and Governor General of Canada, Roméo LeBlanc.
LeBlanc ran for leadership of Liberal Party in 2008 but dropped out of the race to endorse Michael Ignatieff, who was later acclaimed leader. With the resignation of Ignatieff after the 2011 federal election LeBlanc was considered a likely candidate in the race to succeed him as party leader, but ...
Dans le sud-est de la province, deux députés sortants tenteront de défendre leurs châteaux forts libéraux.
La circonscription de Beauséjour appartient aux rouges depuis 1968, sauf lors d'une courte période entre 1997 à 2000, alors que le siège a été occupé par la néo-démocrate (et plus tard progressiste-conservateur) Angela Vautour.
Toutefois, Dominic LeBlanc ne tient pas ce fait pour acquis et dit se préparer pour cette élection depuis plusieurs semaines.
«La plupart ...
Dominic LeBlanc, left, speaks at the official opening of his campaign headquarters in Shediac last night. LeBlanc is the incumbent Liberal MP in the riding of Beauséjour.
Photo: VIKTOR PIVOVAROV/TIMES & TRANSCR
Source: timestranscript.com (April 7th, 2011)
It is fitting in many ways that l'Université de Moncton has renamed its scholarships for academic excellence after the late Roméo LeBlanc.
Before LeBlanc died in June 2009, his last act as a servant of the public was as chancellor of the university. He also graduated from the university's forerunner, College Saint-Joseph, launching the fiercely proud Acadian's careers as an educator, journalist, federal cabinet minister and the nation's first and only Acadian governor general.
"And yet he was always one of us," UdeM president Yvon Fontaine said yesterday as the new name for ...
The Hon. Dominic LeBlanc Asks Fisheries Minister Ashfield to Intervene and Assist Fishers, Helpers and Plant Workers
SHEDIAC, July 30th, 2012 – With the lobster fishing season opening in zone 25 next week, the Hon. Dominic LeBlanc, M.P. for Beauséjour, is asking the [...]
Conservatives Intent on Cutting Links between Canada and the World
For Immediate Release May 17, 2012 OTTAWA– The Conservatives’ decision to dump the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade’s (DFAIT) Understanding Canada program is a [...]
The Hon. Dominic LeBlanc and Bertrand LeBlanc Condemn the Conservatives’ Cuts to Kouchibouguac National Park and Fort Beauséjour
SHEDIAC, May 3, 2012 – The Hon. Dominic LeBlanc, M.P. for Beauséjour, and Bertrand LeBlanc, M.L.A. for Rogersville-Kouchibouguac, strongly criticize the cuts announced this week by [...]
The Hon. Dominic LeBlanc Defends Workers in Seasonal Industries Against Conservative Attacks on Employment Insurance
SHEDIAC, May 24th, 2012 – The Hon. Dominic LeBlanc, M.P. for Beauséjour, is outraged at the changes to employment insurance (EI) the Conservatives announced earlier today, [...]