July 30, 2021

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Lynn Bessett will not run in the next federal election

In a Facebook post, the former Olympian cyclist said he was proud of what was accomplished during this first period.

Political life, like the life of a great athlete, is exhilarating. Everything goes fast, and we must always aim to surpass ourselves, for the good of the people we represent, He posted.

Now is the time for me to take care of myself. I leave politics for personal reasons.

An excerpt from:Lynn Besset, MNA for Prom – Mississauga, in a Facebook post

In an interview with Radio-Canada, Ms. Bezet said she has retained people she has worked with since her time in politics. Whether it’s my team or the mayors, the people in the MRCs, the organizations, the people from Brom – Mississauga, this is what I remember from the year and a half I spent.

Thanks to his team for teaching him Go to the big parliamentary machine.

Mrs. elected in 2019. Bessett says he is proud of his support for seniors, the high-speed Internet connection of all municipalities on the ride in 2022, and the task of protecting water bodies, including Lake Membrane.

He wants to continue working on this file during his tenure as Member of Parliament.

We are still working on Membrane Lake. This week we had a meeting. We still expect to have it next week or the next 10 to 14 days. This is very important, it is an issue close to my heart and I would like to make as much progress as possible before the election is called, if any in the coming weeks or months.

MP He is yet to confirm what he plans to do after the end of his political career.

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I didn’t even get there. […] This is for personal reasons and should take some time for me. I’m going to take a break and we say “take a.” To retreat“Go back and think about what’s coming up. I’m not going to make a quick decision.

However, he points out that he supports the next person wearing the Liberal colors in riding the Prom – Mississippi.