Jones has new job at Queen’s Park

Chatham-Kent–Leamington MPP Trevor Jones, right, shown here with Premier Doug Ford, has a new role at Queen’s Park.

Chatham-Kent–Leamington MPP Trevor Jones has a new role in the Ontario government.

Following recent changes in Premier Doug Ford’s cabinet, Jones has been appointed as Deputy House Leader in the Ontario Legislature.

In this capacity, Jones will assist in managing legislative proceedings, co-ordinating government initiatives, and facilitating communication between members of the legislature.

“I am deeply honoured to take on the rule of Deputy Government House Leader,” Jones said in a news release. “In this capacity, I am committed to ensuring the smooth operation of our legislature and effectively communicating the government’s initiatives. Together we will continue to serve all constituents and advance the well-being of Ontario.”

Another change sees Essex MPP Anthony Leardi named as Deputy House Whip, to assist the Government Whip is his duties.

MPP Jones and MPP Leardi, who were both elected in 2022, will continue in their roles as parliamentary assistants to the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; and Mines respectively.


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