Scott Brison

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Scott Brison

Country

Canada

Birth - Death

1967 -

Occupation

Politics

Notable Achievements

Government Minister

Description

Vice Chair of Investing and Corporate Banking, Bank of Montreal, since 2019. Liberal Party Member of Parliament until 2019 and President of the Treasury Board (2015-2019). Openly gay provincial Member of Parliament for Nova Scotia's Kings-Hants district since 1997. First elected as Progressive Conservative and ran for the leadership of the party, then switched to Liberals when the PCs merged with the Alliance Party (2003). Ran for the leadership of the Liberal Party (2006). Former Minister of Public Works and Government Services (2004-2006). Named by the World Economic Forum (WEF) of Davos, Switzerland, as one of its "Young Global Leaders." Chancellor, Dalhousie University.

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