Jean Domingue, 59, has a degree in leisure and recreation from Cégep Saint-Laurent and has lived in Quebec City for 35 years. In 2003, he was working as a manager for three community organizations on the South Shore of Quebec City when he attended a general council of the ADQ. Thus began his journey into the world of politics.
Mr. Domingue has an impressive track record. He ran as a candidate in Bellechasse in the 2007 election and upon his election was appointed ADQ critic for matters of family, social services, and natural resources in addition to being named vice-president of the Committee on transportation and the environment. Defeated in the next election, he reoriented his career toward major event productions, where he held jobs as a steelworker, stagehand, and stage technician.
In 2013, he returned to politics as Bureau Chief and political advisor for the MNA for Drummond-Bois-Francs until the 2014 election was called. He was then appointed Deputy Director of the Quebec City office for the CAQ’s election campaign. From 2014 to 2018, he served first as political advisor to the National Assembly for the MNAs of Chambly and Johnson and was then given responsibility for primary and secondary school infrastructure as an advisor to the Office of the Minister of Education.
In 2019, he decided to leave the Cabinet and submitted his resignation. For the past 2 years, Mr.Domingue has been doing valuable work in COVID screening centers.
“My motivation to contribute my political expertise to the party led by Éric Duhaime can be summed up as follows: In my opinion the CPQ embodies real change, an ability to act with authenticity and to deliver the goods with transparency. It’s about time we did politics differently in Quebec.”
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