I was first elected to the House of Commons in 2010 and re-elected in the general elections of 2011, 2015 and most recently the general election of October 2019. In addition to my current roles, I previously held the positions of Liberal Party Deputy House Leader and Liberal Party Critic of Immigration and Citizenship.

I was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature for the riding of Inkster back in 1988, I also won in the following Manitoba election years 1990, 1995, 2003 and 2007. I served inside the Legislature for just under 20 years and held critic roles that included Health, Education, Labour, Housing and Immigration.

I served for just over three years as a regular member of the Canadian Forces. My primary posting outside of my training was at the Edmonton Airforce base known as Lancaster Park were I worked as a Air Traffic Controller Assistant.

- Born in Winnipeg back in January 1962.
- Attended elementary and high school in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
- Studied at the University of Winnipeg.

- Married and had two children thiat are now young adults and a daughter in law.
- I also have two young grandchildren.

Kevin Lamoureux
In October 2019 I was re-elected as "MP for Winnipeg North "

In December 2015 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed me
" Parliamentry Secretary to the Government House Leader "

In December 2019 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
gave me the additional responsibility of
" Parliamentary Secretary to the Queen's Council for Canada "
MP for Winnipeg North
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- Since leaving the Canadian Forces I have lived in Weston, Tyndall Park, Garden Grove, Shaughnessy Park and I currently reside in The Maples close to McPhillips Street.

- I have always lived in the area in which I have represented.

- During my downtime I enjoy playing cards, driving my Mustang and watching a good movie / tv show.