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Geoffrey Kelley MNA for Jacques-Cartier Incumbent Assumed office  September 12, 1994 Preceded by Neil Cameron Born February 17, 1955 (1955-02-17) (age 55) Montreal, Quebec Political party Quebec Liberal Party Spouse(s) Judy Harper Profession Politician, Teacher Geoffrey Kelley (born February 17, 1955 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Quebec politician, coach and teacher. He is the current Member of National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Jacques-Cartier in Montreal's West Island region. He represents the Quebec Liberal Party. Kelley went to the Université de Montréal to study French courses and then obtained a diploma at John Abbott College. He would later obtain a Bachelor's degree in history and a Master's degree in modern history of Canada at McGill University. He was then a teacher at Commission scolaire du Lakeshore and a lecturer at various institutions including John Abbott College, Collège Marie-Victorin and McGill University. He was also the political aide for several Ministers including the Minister of Education (1990), the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Public Security (1990-1994) and was a chief of staff of the Deputy Premier and the President of the Treasury Board (1994). Kelley was also a coach of a Lakeshore soccer club and was an outfielder for a Beaconsfield baseball club. Kelley jumped into politics when he was elected in 1994 in Jacques-Cartier and re-elected in 1998. He served as the Liberal's critics in family policy and native affairs. After being re-elected in 2003, he was a backbencher until he was named Minister for Native Affairs in 2005. Despite being re-elected to a fourth term in the 2007 elections, he was not re-appointed to Jean Charest's cabinet. He is currently Chair of the Social Affairs Commission. External links Biography of Geoffrey Kelley Political offices Preceded by Benoit Pelletier Delegate Minister for Indian Affairs 2005–2007 Succeeded by Benoit Pelletier v • d • e Current members of the National Assembly of Quebec Liberal Charest · Arcand · Auclair · C. Bachand · R. Bachand · Beauchamp · Bergman · Bernard · Bernier · Billette · Blais · Bolduc · Boulet · Carrière · Chagnon · Charbonneau · Charlebois · Chevarie · Corbeil · Courchesne · D'Amour · Diamond · Drolet · Dubourg · Dutil · Fournier · Gagnon-Tremblay · M. Gaudreault · Gautrin · Gignac · Gonthier · Hamad · Houda-Pepin · Huot · James · Kelley · L'Écuyer · Lehouillier · Lessard · MacMillan · Mamelonet · Marcoux · Marsan · Matte · Ménard · Moreau · Morin · Normandeau · Ouellette · Ouimet · Paquet · Paradis · Pigeon · Reid · Rotiroti · Saint-Amand · Simard · Sklavounos · St-Pierre · Thériault · Vallée · Vallières · Vien · Weil · Whissell Parti Québécois Marois · Aussant · D. Beaudoin · L. Beaudoin · Bédard · Bergeron · Bérubé · Blanchet · Boucher · Bouillé · Champagne · Charette · Cloutier · Cousineau · Curzi · Doyer · Drainville · Dufour · Ferland · S. Gaudreault · Gauvreau · Gendron · Girard · Hivon · Kotto · Lapointe · Leclair · Léger · Lemay · Malavoy · Maltais · Marceau · McKay · Ouellet · Pagé · E. Pelletier · I. Pelletier · Pinard · Poirier · Ratthé · Rebello · L. Richard · M. Richard · Robert · St-Arnaud · Simard · Traversy · Tremblay · Trottier · Turcotte · Villeneuve Action démocratique du Québec Deltell · Bonnardel · Grondin · Roy Québec solidaire Khadir Independents Caire · Picard · Tomassi Vacancies: 1 Persondata Name Kelley, Geoffrey Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 17, 1955 Place of birth Montreal, Quebec Date of death Place of death