Kendra Coombes was elected as MLA for Cape Breton Centre in March 2020 and re-elected in August 2021. She served as CBRM Councillor for District 11 from 2016 to 2020.
Spokesperson for:Municipal Affairs, Labour, Labour Relations, Gaelic Affairs, Community Services, Public Service Commission, Youth, Public Works and serves as Deputy House Leader.
Kendra is a passionate advocate for affordable housing, public transit and health care, and she has championed initiatives that empower women and youth, and fight for seniors. Kendra has a Masters in Canadian Politics, a BA in Political Science and a certificate in Public Administration from Cape Breton University.
Kendra is a lifelong resident of Scotchtown, where she lives with her partner Matthew Brown, and their daughters Rory and Isla.