Dave Graudreau MLA – St. Norbert

God we pray that
Dave Graudreau is able to see and be sensitive to his St. Norbert constituents
and meet them according to your word and truth. In spite of himself, we pray that he
will abide in the truth because of your power in how he applies himself to all
facets of his work in the community. We pray that you will protect him, his family,
and co-workers from the evil one. We pray this in your son’s name, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Dave was first elected MLA in October 2011 and is building on the progress made in St. Norbert under former NDP MLA Marilyn Brick. With his energy and community connections, Gaudreau is  providing strong representation for the families of St. Norbert as your newly elected NDP MLA in Premier Greg Selinger’s government.

A journeyman welder by trade, Dave completed his apprenticeship program at Keewatin Community College in The Pas (now University College of the North) where he graduated as apprentice of the year. He most recently worked for the City of Winnipeg and completed a program in industrial supervision at Red River College.

Dave and has been active in the labour movement and has been an active volunteer who has organized fundraising events for Osborne House and W.I.S.H., an organization in St. Norbert that provides housing and supports to women and children affected by domestic violence.

As a parent, Dave knows how important a high-quality education is to children and their families in St. Norbert.  Dave is a passionate defender of our health care system and believes we must keep recruiting and training doctors and nurses and continue to invest in our health facilities for the future.  He also recently started working on a campaign to improve Canada’s pension system to ensure seniors can retire with dignity rather than live in poverty.