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ENG: Peter Gordon MacKay, PC, QC, MP (born September 27, 1965) is a lawyer and politician from Nova Scotia, Canada. He is the Member of Parliament for Central Nova and currently serves as Minister of National Defence in the Cabinet of Canada. He is married to Nazanin Afshin-Jam an Iranian-Canadian model, singer, and human rights activist, and a former Miss World Canada. MacKay was the final leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada (PC Party). On October 15, 2003, he and Canadian Alliance leader Stephen Harper agreed to merge the two parties, forming the Conservative Party of Canada. In December 2003, members of both parties ratified the merger. MacKay was born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.MacKay grew up in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with his three siblings. He graduated ...
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Robocalls inappropriate, says Peter MacKay


The Conservative Party does not need to look into "robocalls" made during the last federal election any further, Defence Minister Peter MacKay says. "It's certainly not something our party condones," MacKay said Sunday of the fraudulent calls to voters. "It's inappropriate behaviour to say the least." Such calls, known as a voter-suppression tactic, are illegal under the Elections Act. Both the NDP and the Liberals say at least 34 federal ridings were targeted during the last election, including two in Nova Scotia. Voters in the Ontario riding of Guelph complained they were deliberately ...


MacKay vows to keep Canadian trainers in Afghanistan


Defence Minister Peter MacKay said Tuesday he’s concerned about the upheaval afflicting Afghanistan, but reiterated Canada’s commitment to keeping military trainers in the war-torn country through 2014. “Is it having an effect? Absolutely,” MacKay said of the Canadian training mission on Tuesday. “This will be one of, if not the landmark accomplishments of Canada’s contribution in Afghanistan.” Many of Canada’s allies are struggling with how to respond after one of the worst months in recent Afghan history. Anger erupted a few weeks ago after ...


MacKay runs from questions over ‘stupid’ dirt digging...


... on Liberalfoe Defence Minister Peter MacKay practically ran from a military conference Friday morning as he dodged questions about emails that suggest military personnel were enlisted to dig dirt on the opposition following revelations MacKay used a search-and-rescue helicopter during a fishing trip in 2010. The emails show that on Sept. 22, one day after a TV report that MacKay had used a Cormorant helicopter to be taken from a private fishing lodge near Gander, N.L., military officials began searching for instances of opposition members using military aircraft. The officials were ...


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Former MP not ruling out run for leader of federal Conservative Party - CBC.ca
CBC.caFormer MP not ruling out run for leader of federal Conservative PartyCBC.caFormer Conservative MP Peter MacKay says he has not closed the door on running for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. "My focus right now is not only on my family, but the next phase of my life so I'm not fixating in any way on ...
Peter MacKay joins law firm Baker & McKenzie as a partner - CBC.ca
CBC.caPeter MacKay joins law firm Baker & McKenzie as a partnerCBC.caPeter MacKay may have a new job at a prominent multinational legal firm in Toronto, but he says he's not ruling out politics in the future. The former Central Nova MP and justice minister is rebooting his legal career as a partner at Baker & McKenzie ...Peter MacKay won't rule out Conservative leadership runThe Globe and MailPeter MacKay Joining Law Firm Baker & MacKenzie As PartnerHuffington Post CanadaPeter MacKay joins Toronto law firm, won't rule out future political bidCTV NewsMacleans.caall 61 news articles »
Kevin O'Leary and Peter MacKay top Tory leadership poll - CBC.ca
CBC.caKevin O'Leary and Peter MacKay top Tory leadership pollCBC.caAfter one week of publicly flirting with the idea, Kevin O'Leary got a boost for his potential bid for the Conservative leadership today with a new poll showing him neck and neck for the top spot with former cabinet minister Peter MacKay. But what to ...New poll: Kevin O'Leary tied with Peter MacKay in Conservative leadership race660 NewsKevin O'Leary ties Peter MacKay in hypothetical Conservative leadership race680 NewsKevin O'Leary's leadership ambitions supported by almost a quarter of Conservative voters in a new poll of possible ...National PostToronto Sun -Huffington Post Canadaall 40 news articles »
Peter MacKay says Tory leadership 'never far' from mind, but he's in no rush - Toronto Star
Toronto StarPeter MacKay says Tory leadership 'never far' from mind, but he's in no rushToronto Star“Having been through a leadership contest in the past that was nine months, I know that 16 months from this date is a very long time to be involved in any kind of contest, so it is not something I have been factoring into my future at this point ...Peter MacKay says lots of time to consider Conservative leadership bidCTV NewsPeter MacKay says there's plenty of time to consider a possible leadership bidCityNewsall 23 news articles »



 
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