Cornwall Ontario – Stormont-Dundas South Glengarry Federal Liberal Association President Del Jones announced today that Bernadette Clement scored a political hat-trick when she was selected to moderate the third and final Liberal leadership debate to be held in Montreal Saturday, March 23 at 1:00 p.m..
Ms. Clement moderated the Federal Liberal Leadership debate in Mississauga on February 16 and the Halifax debate on March 3, 2013.
Ms. Clement recently co-chaired the Provincial Liberal Leadership Convention with Steven Del Duca, MPP for Vaughn area and co-moderated all provincial leadership debates. She is currently on Premier Wynne’s transition team which is a voluntary position that involves a weekly two hour teleconference meeting.
“We could not be more pleased or proud of Bernadette as she participates in these high profile Liberal events. She is a talented and capable politician that cares deeply about her community, her province and the country,” said Mr. Jones. “It is great to see her talents recognized by party leadership.”
Ms. Clement has been a lawyer with the SDG Legal Clinic since April 2, 1991 and is currently Deputy-Director. She has been a Cornwall City Councillor since 2006.
The deadline for Liberal Party members and supporters to register to vote has been extended to March 21. Anyone not registered should call the Liberal Party of Canada at 613-237-0740 to register.
Party members, supporters and the general public are invited to join the SDSG Liberal “Pints and Politics” gathering to watch the Montreal debate at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 205 Amelia St. in Cornwall on Saturday March 23rd from 1-3 p.m..
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