The NDP Member of Parliament for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford returned to work in Ottawa on Monday after a five-week leave of absence due to family issues.
Alistair MacGregor posted a photo on social media of himself standing on Parliament Hill with the message “Happy to be back in Ottawa to serve my constituents.”
Happy to be back in Ottawa to serve my constituents after an absence due to family reasons. #CDNpoli pic.twitter.com/KlbEf9SUSn
— Alistair MacGregor (@AMacGregor4CML) October 30, 2017
On September 22nd, the first-term MP explained in a message to his constituents that he was staying home to care for his wife and twin five-year-old daughters.
At the time, he thanked his MP colleagues who “have been fantastic in supporting my Ottawa workload during this difficult time.”
McGregor, first elected in 2015, is now the NDP’s justice critic.