Lupus Awareness with Minister Hajdu

Lupus Canada would like to thank Minister Patty Hajdu for taking time to speak with us on May 20, 2021 at our Lupus Awareness Month Self-Advocacy Webinar.

Minister of Health
Location: Thunder Bay—Superior North

The Honourable Patty Hajdu was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay—Superior North in 2015.

Minister Hajdu is a strong advocate for women’s rights, youth employment, and affordable housing.

Before entering politics, Minister Hajdu was the Executive Director of Shelter House Thunder Bay and a co-author of the Thunder Bay Drug Strategy. She also previously worked in public health and focused on drug policy, youth development, and homelessness.

She is a compassionate advocate for Thunder Bay—Superior North and all of Canada, believing that a more inclusive country benefits everyone. As Member of Parliament, she remains firmly focused on ensuring every Canadian has a fair shot at success.

Minister Hajdu is a graduate of Lakehead University and earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Victoria.


Honourable Minister Patty Hadju

Patty Hajdu Official Portrait/ Portrait officiel Ottawa, ONTARIO, Canada on 03 December, 2019. © HOC-CDC Credit: Mélanie Provencher, House of Commons Photo Services

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