Kevin Lamoureux was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Winnipeg North in 2010.
Mr. Lamoureux was born in Manitoba in 1962 and got his first job when he was 11 years old, pumping gas for his father for $1 per hour. He attended high school in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Following graduation, he signed up for the Air Command of the Canadian Armed Forces, where he served for three years.
In 1988, he was elected to the Legislative Assembly in Manitoba, and served nearly two decades before being elected to the House of Commons.
Whether serving provincially or federally, Mr. Lamoureux’s first commitment is to his community. Through his longstanding Saturday morning open house at McDonald’s, he has spoken with thousands of community members about their concerns. He has championed important issues such as justice reform, immigration, labour, education, and housing.
He married his wife Cathy in 1983, and they have two adult children.