Réjeanne Caron recently won the nomination and has become the Saint Boniface - Saint Vital candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada. Caron looks forward to representing her community in the upcoming Federal Election in 2019.
Réjeanne is a proud English and French speaking Métis woman, and mother. Réjeanne was raised by parents who owned a small business. Today, the family business continues to be located in the heart of the French Quarter.
Réjeanne has a strong connection to the Saint Boniface – Saint Vital riding. It is where she grew up as a child, attended school and church, graduated high school, and continued to live for the majority of her adult life. “I have many fond memories of my community growing up. It is where my family roots are. I am proud of its history, its vibrant culture and French language,” said Réjeanne.
Réjeanne is an active police officer and has been for the past 23-years with the Winnipeg Police Service. She is committed to serving and protecting her community. Réjeanne has observed on a daily basis the needs of victims and the gaps within the justice system.
She has enjoyed a well-rounded career in law enforcement, and worked in uniform patrol and a variety of specialty units including: Divisional Detectives, Major Sex Crimes Unit, Intelligence Unit, Criminal Intelligence Services Manitoba, and most recently the business side of policing.
This invaluable experience has given Réjeanne a unique perspective, knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the need to advocate and fight for not only her constituents but also for all Canadians to enhance public safety.
“People ask me why I am running for public office. I tell them, as a mother of a...