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Kim Masland acclaimed as P.C. candidate

Liverpool resident Kim Masland has been acclaimed as the PC candidate for Queens-Shelburne
Liverpool resident Kim Masland has been acclaimed as the PC candidate for Queens-Shelburne

LIVERPOOL– Liverpool resident Kim Masland has been acclaimed the PC candidate for Queens-Shelburne.

Masland currently holds the position of Coordinator for the Queens County Senior Safety program, providing assistance in the areas of accessible affordable housing, transportation, social isolation, health and well-being, and safety issues.

Masland has served the public by working in government for 18 years. For many of those years, Masland was the Chief of Staff to former MP Gerald Keddy. During her time in government, she assisted constituents in key areas such as Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, and the Guaranteed Income Supplement. She also assisted community organizations and municipal governments to navigate and apply for federal funding. Her proudest accomplishment was assisting Mr. Keddy to secure federal funding for the North Queens Business Centre & Innovation Hub. 

Masland says in a news release she decided to re-enter public life when she saw how poorly the McNeil Liberals were treating Nova Scotian seniors, trying to force through expensive changes to Seniors Pharmacare. 

“Cost of living is out of control under the Liberal government, and it’s having a devastating effect on families, especially seniors,” Masland said. “Jamie Baillie also understands that the success of rural areas is critical for Nova Scotia’s turnaround. He is devoted to helping the average Nova Scotian. I am eager to assist him in this very worthwhile endeavour.”  

Masland is a life-long resident of Queens County, an active member in her community, often seen at local sports functions supporting local teams and athletes. She is a member of the V.O.N. Queens Branch, Queens County Senior Safety Association, Queens Care Society, a participating member of an ad hoc committee advocating for accessible transportation in Queens, a driving force to launch Helping Hands in South Queens, a former director of Queens County Rink Association, former assistant coach/manager of High School Basketball, former Crime Prevention director and host parent to seven international students.   

Kim resides in Liverpool with her husband Adam and two dogs. She is the proud mother of two girls and a very handsome grandson. 

 

Masland currently holds the position of Coordinator for the Queens County Senior Safety program, providing assistance in the areas of accessible affordable housing, transportation, social isolation, health and well-being, and safety issues.

Masland has served the public by working in government for 18 years. For many of those years, Masland was the Chief of Staff to former MP Gerald Keddy. During her time in government, she assisted constituents in key areas such as Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, and the Guaranteed Income Supplement. She also assisted community organizations and municipal governments to navigate and apply for federal funding. Her proudest accomplishment was assisting Mr. Keddy to secure federal funding for the North Queens Business Centre & Innovation Hub. 

Masland says in a news release she decided to re-enter public life when she saw how poorly the McNeil Liberals were treating Nova Scotian seniors, trying to force through expensive changes to Seniors Pharmacare. 

“Cost of living is out of control under the Liberal government, and it’s having a devastating effect on families, especially seniors,” Masland said. “Jamie Baillie also understands that the success of rural areas is critical for Nova Scotia’s turnaround. He is devoted to helping the average Nova Scotian. I am eager to assist him in this very worthwhile endeavour.”  

Masland is a life-long resident of Queens County, an active member in her community, often seen at local sports functions supporting local teams and athletes. She is a member of the V.O.N. Queens Branch, Queens County Senior Safety Association, Queens Care Society, a participating member of an ad hoc committee advocating for accessible transportation in Queens, a driving force to launch Helping Hands in South Queens, a former director of Queens County Rink Association, former assistant coach/manager of High School Basketball, former Crime Prevention director and host parent to seven international students.   

Kim resides in Liverpool with her husband Adam and two dogs. She is the proud mother of two girls and a very handsome grandson. 

 

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