Andrea Anderson-Mason, K.C.
- Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Andrea Anderson-Mason, K.C. was elected to the 59th Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in the September 24, 2018 provincial election to represent Fundy the Isles Saint John West. On November 9, 2018 she was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General and Minister responsible for Regional Development Corporation.
Ms. Anderson-Mason was re-elected to the 60th Legislative Assembly following the September 14, 2020 election. She was appointed Deputy Speaker on November 17, 2020.
Ms. Anderson-Mason was raised in Andersonville, New Brunswick, the youngest daughter to Clifton and Annie Anderson. Following her graduation from St. Stephen High School she attended the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton where she completed her Bachelor of Arts with a double Honours in Political Science and History in 1998 and Bachelor of Law in 2001.
She began her legal career with the firm of Clark Drummie in Saint John, New Brunswick and received her call to the New Brunswick Bar in 2002. In the fall of 2006, she returned to Charlotte County where she has practiced as a sole practitioner. She has represented a variety of clients in civil matters both at the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal.
Ms. Anderson-Mason is past Chair of the CPP Appeals Tribunal, former counsel to the Canadian Cancer Society (New Brunswick Branch), past president of the St. George BIA, Recorder for Speed Skate New Brunswick, PSSC Member for the Fundy Middle High School and member of Christ Church Pennfield.
Ms. Anderson-Mason’s first active involvement with politics was when she became President of the Fundy–The Isles–Saint John West Progressive Conservative Party Riding Association in January 2017.
Ms. Anderson-Mason is married to Richard Mason and together they are the parents to Grant and Andie Mason, residing in St. George.
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