About

Since her election in 2011, Rosane has worked hard to defend the interests of Alfred-Pellan. She has earned the respect of colleagues and constituents alike by getting results with passion and enthusiasm.

As Official Opposition deputy critic for Public Safety, she holds the government to account on issues of border security, prisons, police services and national security. She strongly criticized the Conservatives’ decision to close the Leclerc Institution in Laval.

Rosane is dedicated to being the strongest possible voice for local priorities. She organizes several town hall meetings every year and holds mobile offices in smaller communities to ensure she is accessible to all constituents.

Rosane’s constituency work drew national attention in 2013 when she fought the deportation of the Reyes-Mendes and Alvarez-Rivera families, who lived in Laval. Refusing to give up, Rosane continued to work behind the scenes and earlier this year the Alvarez-Rivera returned to Canadian soil.

With support from various midwifery groups, Rosane introduced legislation to create a National Day of the Midwife. Her bill was adopted unanimously in the House of Commons on February 6, 2015.

Rosane lives in Saint-François and grew up in Auteuil in eastern Laval. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Geography from the University of Montreal. In 2013 she gave birth to her daughter Madeleine.