Unit 5 140 Meadowood
Janice Morley-Lecomte is a small business owner with a long history of involvement in the social services sector. Janice is ready to use her skills and compassion to be a strong voice for the community as the new MLA for Seine River.
As a small business owner in Seine River, Janice understands the value of fiscal responsibility and growth. The Selinger Government’s tax hikes and burdensome regulations have discouraged business investment affecting small businesses in Seine River and throughout the province. Janice recognizes small businesses are the foundation of a strong economy and critical to keeping young families in Manitoba.
Janice began her advocacy career as a volunteer supporting the Manitoba Child and Family Services with outreach, support and providing a voice for families within the community. Janice furthered her advocacy by becoming a counsellor at a domestic violence shelter for women and children leaving abusive homes. She assists and provides comfort to victims of diverse backgrounds including Indigenous women and recent immigrants.
Janice has been an active member of the community volunteering with various parent and family organizations over the past 25 years. She has served on the St. Emile Parent Association for over 10 years and as a board member of Osborne House. Janice was also a longtime Winnipeg Child and Family Services volunteer and a past Area Councilwoman with the organization.
Janice and her husband Henry have lived and raised their family in Seine River for the past 30 years. Janice is eager to serve in the Legislature as an advocate for improved education outcomes for students and better healthcare for Manitobans. She is proud to be running with Brian Pallister and the PC team—a team with a better plan to support families in need and strengthen our communities.