Claude Landry


Last updated : August 23, 2018

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Claude Landry is a native of Tracadie and it is also where he has always lived.

He is one of eight children of Bernadette and Émile Landry. He graduated from the Polyvalente W.-Arthur-Losier in 1973. He later obtained a degree in health sciences from the University of Moncton in 1976 and a doctorate in dental surgery from the University of Montreal in 1982. He practiced dentistry in Tracadie from 1982 to 1991 and in Neguac from 1991 to 2001.

Claude Landry began his political career in 1992 when he became City Councillor of the City of Tracadie-Sheila. He later became Minister Elvy Robichaud’s Chief of Staff from 2001 to 2006, before being elected MLA in the riding of Tracadie-Sheila in 2006 and again in 2010.

Claude has served on the Standing Committee on Estimates and Fiscal Policy and the Standing Committee on Law Amendments. He has also been a spokesperson for the Official Opposition in areas related to education. During his career, he served on the Tracadie Historical Museum Board of Directors and the Tracadie Hospital Safeguard Committee, as well as being Chef de Mission for the Jeux de l’Acadie in Grand Falls. He was also a member of La Colombe Funeral Cooperative.

Today, Claude Landry mainly looks after his mother doing the work of a caregiver. He understands the concerns of families and seniors who need home care. He enjoys walking during the summer and snowshoeing during the winter. It is in Claude’s nature to help the people of his community and he wishes today to continue to invest more for the advancement of his region.

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