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Jake Stewart was born and raised in Blackville, New Brunswick.

Showing an appreciation for the political process at an early age, Jake served as Blackville School Student Council Vice President while a member of the 1996 graduating class. He served on the Blackville Municipal Council from 2008 to 2010, when he was sworn in as the first ever Blackville resident to represent Southwest Miramichi in the September 27, 2010 provincial election.

At the Legislative Assembly, he is a member of the Standing Committee on Private Bills and the Standing Committee on Procedure. He has also been appointed by the Minister of Education to sit on the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Positive Learning and Working Environment (Anti Bullying).

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1 day ago
Jake Stewart
My 1st Ever Announcement as an MLA in Upper Miramichi, along with Miramichi Airport and Arbec Forest Products Official AnnouncementsImage attachmentImage attachment

My 1st Ever Announcement as an MLA in Upper Miramichi, along with Miramichi Airport and Arbec Forest Products Official Announcements ... See MoreSee Less

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Great photos Jake !

Way to go

Congratulations

You were just a Baby lol

Hey, you did ok with the aging bud šŸ˜€

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2 days ago
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Such a classic

Dandy tune- thanks for sharing Jake

3 days ago
Jake Stewart
Way to go HEIDI!!

Way to go HEIDI!!Image my surprise when I found out that I've been nominated for the 29th annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards! Thank you to the kind person who took the time to do this. I am feeling very honoured and grateful. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful! Congratulations to Heidi.

Congratulations, Heidi. So terrific for you.

Congratulations

Congrats Heidi!!!

Congratulations

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