Evans Henry has lived in Boucherville for 16 years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in French language and professional writing, and certificates in both business administration and consumer science.
He is currently pursuing a certificate in labour relations and a Master’s degree in alternative dispute resolution. Retiring after more than 20 years of service in the Canadian Armed Forces, including coordinating transport of casualties as a health services manager in Afghanistan, the young veteran wishes to continue serving his fellow citizens by joining the Conservative Party of Quebec. This will be his first foray onto the political scene.
Of particular concern to Mr. Henry are the defence of rights and freedoms, as well as the problems observed in the health system, most notably the fates of thousands of seniors in CHSLDs during the first wave of the pandemic.
“Last summer, I saw my military colleagues join the front lines to care for people and to help out in CHSLDs to make up for the serious shortcomings that arose largely from logistical failures due to poor government decisions. One of the main values of the CPQ is ‘government in the service of Quebecers’.I am committed to serving my fellow citizens, and it is time for a political party to put the citizens first, ahead of the machine of the state.”
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