Bryn Jones-Vaillancourt

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< Formely have held positions with St. John's Pride as Co-Chair for 2002, and 2003.

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> Previously have held positions with St. John's Pride as Co-Chair for 2002, and 2003.

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< Presently Bryn holds membership in:
< * Liberal Party of Nova Scotia
< * Liberal Party of Canada
< * Halifax Pride Society
< * Dartmouth Public Good Society,
< * Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project,
< * Director, Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society
< * Director, Farrell Benevolent Society

< * Unit Rep, Health Promotion, CFB Halifax
< * Member, Health & Safety Committee NPF, CFB Halifax

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> Presently Bryn is active in the community in the following means:
> Director,Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society
> Director, Dartmouth Community Health Board​
> Regional Director, Nova Scotia, Proud Politics​
> Director, Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project (NSRAP)​
> Chair, Board of Directors,Farrell Benevolent Society
> Director, North Woodside Community Association
> Canvass Chair, Joanne Bernard, Liberal Candidate for Dartmouth North
> Book Review Coordinator, Wayves Magazine​
> Vice-President of Dartmouth North Liberal Association
> Member of
Liberal Party of Nova Scotia/ Liberal Party of Canada
> Member of Tenants Advocate for Liveable Conditions (T.A.L.C)
> Tutor,Dartmouth Learning Network
> ​Member,
Halifax Pride Society
> * Dartmouth Public Good Society,
> * Unit Rep, Health Promotion, CFB Halifax
> * Member, Health & Safety Committee NPF, CFB Halifax


Local Chef, Queer Rights and Environmental Activist.

Previously have held positions with St. John's Pride as Co-Chair for 2002, and 2003.

Marketing Chair for Halifax PrideWeek for 2005.

Sponsorship and Marketing Chair for Halifax PrideWeek for the first half of the 2006 season.

Other community service includes work with Canadian Cancer Society, Kids Help Foundation, Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, CFB Halifax volunteer projects and various grass roots publications across the country.

Bryn ran for councillor of Dartmouth Centre, District 5 in the 2012 Halifax Municipal Elections. Though unsuccessfully he remains active in the community and the political arena. Bryn is a member of the Liberal Party of Nova Scotia and the Liberal Party of Canada. In the upcoming NS provincial election, he will work as Canvass Chair on the campaign of Liberal Joanne Bernard.

Presently Bryn is active in the community in the following means:

    Director,Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society
    Director, Dartmouth Community Health Board​
    Regional Director, Nova Scotia, Proud Politics​
    Director, Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project (NSRAP)​
    Chair, Board of Directors,Farrell Benevolent Society
    Director, North Woodside Community Association
    Canvass Chair, Joanne Bernard, Liberal Candidate for Dartmouth North
    Book Review Coordinator, Wayves Magazine​
    Vice-President of Dartmouth North Liberal Association
    Member of Liberal Party of Nova Scotia/ Liberal Party of Canada
    Member of Tenants Advocate for Liveable Conditions (T.A.L.C)  
    Tutor,Dartmouth Learning Network
    ​Member,Halifax Pride Society