Spokesperson for:Municipal Affairs, Labour, Labour Relations, Gaelic Affairs, Community Services, Public Service Commission, Youth and serves as Deputy House Leader. Kendra Coombes was elected as MLA for Cape Breton Centre on March 10, 2020. She served as CBRM Councilor for District 11 from 2016 to 2020.
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 B.A. (Hon) in Political Science and a certificate in Public Administration from Cape Breton University. She has also worked as a policy analyst.
Kendra is a lifelong resident of Scotchtown, where she lives with her partner Matthew Brown and daughter Rory.
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