The secret to Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay’s 30 years in the House? ‘Lawrence is a really good constituency MP,’ says caucus colleague Wayne Easter. ‘It doesn't matter if you're the pope or a lobster fisherman or farmer, he'll treat you the same way.’
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is pictured left in the 1990s and right in 2016. He celebrates 30 consecutive years in the House on Nov. 21. The Hill Times file photographs
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is celebrating a rare parliamentary milestone this month—one that only 26 other known MPs in Canada’s 151-year history have reached.
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