Arthur Joseph LeBlanc sworn in as Nova Scotia’s 33rd lieutenant-governor
“Whether you go to community college or university, I think it makes Nova Scotia better.”
– The Honourable Arthur Joseph LeBlanc (quoted in CBC.ca)
Arthur Joseph LeBlanc (LLB’68) graduated from Dal nearly fifty years ago. In that time he practised law for more than thirty years, was appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court in 1998, and was also a recipient of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.
Through these roles and achievements, LeBlanc has been of tremendous service and value to the Nova Scotian community, and this legacy continues today through his recent appointment as Nova Scotia’s 33rd lieutenant-governor.
Read more in “‘Humbling, for sure’: Nova Scotia’s new lieutenant-governor sworn in” on cbc.ca.
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