SPOTLIGHT, WITH J.D. BOOTH

MP is looking forward to a busy year (and looking back on her second year in office)

Some $60 million in funding for the area and a Private Member's Bill on Palliative Care are among highlights for Marilyn Gladu

It’s been two years since Marilyn Gladu, a chemical engineer by training and experience, first successfully ran as Sarnia-Lambton’s Member of Parliament.

She’s been busy during that time and the area has benefitted to the tune of $60 million in funding for various projects, somewhat unusual for a riding that isn’t represented in government.

But Gladu is heading back to Ottawa with big plans, which she outlined for Lambton Shield editor J.D. Booth in a conversation in her Sarnia constituency office.

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