The Hon. Tony Ince
Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage and the Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs. - Cole Harbour-Portland Valley
1081 Cole Harbour Rd.
Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia
Canada B2V 1E8
Born in Halifax, NS; attended Alexander McKay Elementary, St. Pats High and Halifax West High School. He has knowledge of issues facing seniors, youth, students, and the impoverished as well as issues related to business owners.
Tony is a resident and active member of the Cole Harbour – Portland Valley community. He is involved in several volunteer organizations and has a strong commitment to issues affecting youth, seniors, and persons with all types of challenges, business, culture, and sports. He is an energetic professional who juggles a full-time job working with families and at-risk youth, as well as providing services to those who are and were incarcerated. He is a person who believes in lifelong learning and is constantly seeking professional development and educational opportunities. He is married to a wonderfully supportive wife and has two children ages 18 and 16.
Tony’s passion for social justice and fairness comes from the many experiences and interactions with people from many walks of life. Tony brings many diverse life experiences. Below are some of his experiences.
Department of Community Services Counsellor
Black Educators Association, Project Coordinator, Regional Educator
Xerox Canada, Major Accounts Sales Representative.
Capital Health District V.G. hospital, worked as patient attendant in the O.R.
Halifax water front labourer /Stevedore
Halifax Regional School Board Educational Program Assistant
Youth worker Halifax and Toronto
Small business owner, Mentor and community counsellor
Actra Maritimes Actor and stunt person